Living in the modern-day matrix has become a daily exercise in the absurd.
On the one hand, we’re told that at least some of the “emergency-use” vaccines rushed to market could cause blood clots and kill us. Even though these incidents are said to be “extremely rare,” the CDC intervened today and recommended a pause in the Johnson and Johnson injection. The AstraZeneca vaccine, you will recall, experienced the same fate for the exact same reason, blood clots, with 20 nations, mostly in Europe, hitting the pause button.
On the other hand, the media constantly quotes health officials bemoaning the fact that there is still a sizable population of people who suffer from “vaccine hesitancy.” According to this narrative, unless these holdouts are convinced to take the jab, and soon, the entire world is in grave danger.
You cannot make this stuff up.
But is there a method to their madness?
I think so.
Of the more than 4.8 million J&J shots administered in the U.S., the CDC reports six people have experienced blood clots.
Does anyone else see the irony here?
Six people with blood clots is enough to get one vaccine “paused.” But more than 2,000 reported deaths from other vaccines made by Moderna and Pfizer is no cause for concern?
Here’s what I think is going on.