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Army General In Charge Of COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Fears The Public Won’t Take It

 

Army General Gus Perna was two months from retirement in May when Donald Trump asked him to head up Operation Warp Speed, which aims to get 300 million Americans vaccinated for COVID-19.  But now, the general fears Americans won’t be willing to take the vaccine.

A recent video from CBS’ 60 Minutes shows hundreds of vials of a vaccine being stockpiled ahead of its approval by the FDA.  Far too many delusionally believe that the military won’t be involved and that somehow this nefarious plan to innoculate the globe wasn’t drummed up under Donald Trump. Nothing can be further from the truth:

Make preparations as necessary if you intend to refuse this vaccine when the military comes around. It’s coming and it’ll be soon.

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A Pew Research poll conducted in September found about half of US adults (51 percent) wouldn’t get a COVID-19 vaccine should one be available today. In May the figure was 72 percent, according to the DailyMail. 

Those who say they would not be happy to get the injection also runs roughly along party political lines with less than half of Republicans (47%) saying they would take the jab but with 81% of Democrats ready to line up to be inoculated, according to the poll by Gallup. –DailyMail

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He said the two scenarios believed to be likely were the approval by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of a vaccine developed by Pfizer, followed by approval of another from Moderna. Once the FDA gives the green light, the vials of the vaccine will start rolling out – with most states planning on giving the first doses to healthcare workers and frontline service employees.

The Pfizer vaccine requires two doses and could be available as soon as this month. Along with it will come a huge propaganda push to try to get everyone to take the shot.

Pfizer Begins Mass Production of COVID-19 Vaccines Anticipating EUA Approval

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Moderna Says COVID-19 Vaccine Will NOT Be Ready Before The Election

Here’s a bit of good news: Moderna says its coronavirus vaccine being developed under Operation Warp Speed will not be available by the election. Moderna’s vaccine won’t be available until 2021.

Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel told the Financial Times in an interview that Moderna, a Bi Pharma front-runner in the COVID-19 vaccine race, will not seek emergency-use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration until November 25 at the earliest and does not expect to have secured approval for distribution of the vaccine to the general public until spring 2021. “I think a late [first quarter], early [second quarter] approval is a reasonable timeline, based on what we know from our vaccine,” Bancel

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FDA Commissioner Is Willing To Skip Phase 3 Trials On COVID-19 Vaccine

Despite Trump’s assertions that a vaccine could be ready in weeks, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Robert Redfield told Congress earlier this month that widespread vaccinations are not expected until well into next year. And once vaccination efforts start, they will not stop until all are vaccinated or forced out of work, and unable to purchase or sell anything without the vaccine.

In August, Moderna said the United States government had agreed to buy 100 million doses of its vaccine candidate, with an option to buy 400 million more doses, for $2.48 billion in total.

The end game is an agenda in which all people are tracked, traced, and surveilled under the complete control of a totalitarian elite. This vaccine is a piece of that agenda.

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Whether the vaccine is ready or not by the election, is of little consequence, the delay simply buys the people more time to figure out what’s going on and prepare for it. So please prepare.  Do what you can with the information you have to make sure you are braced for this.

This vaccine and its rollout will be nothing like we’ve seen before.

 

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Ivanka Trump Says She’ll “Take The Vaccine” on The View

President Donald Trump’s daughter claims she will be vaccinated with the coronavirus concoction on the TV show The View after Joy Behar announced she has no intention of taking a Covid-19 vaccine before Ivanka Trump. Not only will Ms. Trump attempt to convince us to take the vaccine, but she also says we should “trust” the FDA.

Trust the FDA? Yes, she wrote that on Twitter. Everyone, including politicians on the right (who want to use the military to roll out this vaccine in a “powerful way”), wants you to get vaccinated. This should be a major red flag.

According to RT, most of the reactions to Trump’s offer have been slams against her and her father, she was offered some support by her brother, Donald Trump Jr, among others.

Trump declared this week that a Covid-19 vaccine could be ready by October and will be “very safe and effective.” Critics have pushed back against his claim, citing a rushed process as a reason to be distrustful of the efficacy of any such vaccine.

“As far as the vaccine is concerned, I’d like to inform America, in case we don’t know this because I looked all this up for you, the mumps vaccine took four years, the polio vaccine took 20 years and the smallpox vaccine took a few centuries,” Behar said on Wednesday. –RT

This is all just more propaganda using the left/right paradigm illusion to convince you to suspend your critical thinking, roll up your sleeve, and take the shot.  Even with all of the politicians on all sides demanding we get vaccinated, around half of the country is still skeptical.

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President Trump himself has offered to take the vaccine “first or last,” depending on what is better for his political standing. “Well, you know the way it works. If I’m the first one they’ll say ‘He’s so selfish. He wanted to get the vaccine first. Then other people would say ‘Hey, that’s a very brave thing to do,’” he told Fox News in July. “I would absolutely if they wanted me to and thought it was right, I’d take it first or I’d take it last,” he added.

Sadly, this is just more evidence that they are all in  on it and they all want you to get vaccinated.

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FDA pulls emergency use authorization of hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 treatment

The Food and Drug Administration has ended the emergency use authorization that allowed physicians to prescribe chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19, citing its ineffectiveness as a treatment and potentially dangerous side effects.

The FDA issued the EUA for the anti-malarial drugs at the end of March after some physicians in other countries claimed patients improved with the treatments. However, further study has not proven them to be effective against COVID-19, and research has revealed potential dangers.

The FDA added the following update to its guidance on the emergency use authorization for chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine:

Based on FDA’s continued review of the scientific evidence available for hydroxychloroquine sulfate (HCQ) and chloroquine phosphate (CQ) to treat COVID-19, FDA has determined that the statutory criteria for EUA as outlined in Section 564(c)(2) of the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act are no longer met. Specifically, FDA has determined that CQ and HCQ are unlikely to be effective in treating COVID-19 for the authorized uses in the EUA. Additionally, in light of ongoing serious cardiac adverse events and other serious side effects, the known and potential benefits of CQ and HCQ no longer outweigh the known and potential risks for the authorized use. This warrants revocation of the EUA for HCQ and CQ for the treatment of COVID-19.

A study published in May in the prominent scientific journal The Lancet, which claimed to find that hydroxychloroquine is dangerous, was later retracted after the data upon which the study was based was found to be inconsistent and unverifiable.

The retracted study concluded that hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine showed no benefit on in-hospital COVID-19 patient outcomes, while it was associated with “decreased in-hospital survival and an increased frequency of ventricular arrhythmias when used for treatment of COVID-19.” The FDA’s statement did not specify what scientific evidence it reviewed to conclude that the EUA should be revoked.

The FDA previously announced safety concerns associated with the drugs in late April.

“Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine have not been shown to be safe and effective for treating or preventing COVID-19. … Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine can cause abnormal heart rhythms such as QT interval prolongation and a dangerously rapid heart rate called ventricular tachycardia,” a statement on the FDA website reads. “These risks may increase when these medicines are combined with other medicines known to prolong the QT interval, including the antibiotic azithromycin, which is also being used in some COVID-19 patients without FDA approval for this condition. Patients who also have other health issues such as heart and kidney disease are likely to be at increased risk of these heart problems when receiving these medicines.”

Last month, President Donald Trump announced that he was taking hydroxychloroquine as a preventive measure against COVID-19.

“I happen to be taking it,” Trump said on May 18. “A lot of good things have come out. You’d be surprised at how many people are taking it, especially the front-line workers. Before you catch it. The front-line workers, many, many are taking it.”

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Mom Survives COVID-19 After Being Given Experimental Drug, As Mandatory Vaccine Agenda Moves Forward

A California mother of three has survived COVID-19 after being given an experimental drug called “leronlimab.” Fifty-five-year-old Samantha Mottet tried to manage her symptoms at home, but her condition worsened and she was admitted to UCLA Medical Center.

Leronlimab is an HIV treatment that the Food and Drug Administration has approved as an emergency investigational new drug, which means doctors must get the FDA’s approval in advance for each individual patient before using the drug. It worked for Mottet, who is home and recovering with her family.

CytoDyn’s drug, leronlimab, has a unique mechanism of action that quiets the cytokine storm in patients. This was demonstrated in the compassionate use patients’ blood tests. Dr Lalezari revealed in a Superstock Live presentation that its compassionate use results showed that “a great majority of patients are starting to show improvement within two to three days of the first dose.”  There was a consistent change in biomarkers by day three whereby the IL-6 levels returned to normal, the CD4/CD8 ratio improved, and there was a notable decrease in serum viral load.  In addition to these biomarkers, CytoDyn was measuring the levels of Rantes (CCR5) and discovered a trend that in mild to moderate COVID-19 patients it was elevated about 5 fold and in severe to critical patients the number was elevated 100 fold over normal levels.  The discovery of the pathogenesis of the disease was spelled out in the preprint article calledDisruption of the CCL5/RANTES-CCR5 Pathway Restores Immune Homeostasis and Reduces Plasma Viral Load in Critical COVID-19.  Dr. Patterson labeled COVID-19 a “Rantes disease.”  This journal article is currently under peer review.  –Big Pharma Journal

The fact that most patients are not allowed to choose whatever method of treatment they’d like in the “land of the free,” is causing harm to the medical community.  People are losing trust in those who are supposed to be there to help them. All of this is culminating in what will be a mandatory vaccine agenda.

According to a WHO Agenda 2030 update from April titled “Immunization Agenda 2030: A Global Strategy to Leave No One Behind:

IA 2030 envisions a world where everyone, everywhere, at every age, fully benefits from vaccines to improve health and well-being.

Immunization is playing a critical role in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Immunization reaches more people than any other health and social service, making it the foundation of primary health care systems and a key driver toward universal health coverage. This makes immunization critical to SDG3 – to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages. Because health is so fundamental to development, IA2030 will also contribute—either directly or indirectly—to 13 of the other SDGs.

The good news is that Americans are figuring out that natural treatments and remedies not approved by the FDA are being hidden from them and they are all but forced to use what Big Pharma has to offer. This is causing a majority of people to wake up to the damages being done to them by their own governments in the name of healthcare. They have been hiding cures and feeding us pills for “symptom management.”

People deserve the choice to use leronlimab, hydroxychloroquine, reiki healing, or any other method of treatment. The elimination of choice is destroying people’s ability to take their health into their own hands.

As we wake up more people to the damages the ruling class had done, not just to our freedom, but to our health as well,  for centuries, more people will begin to see the chains they’ve been put in. When that happens, we will end up with a world full of liberty and freedom. But we all need to open our eyes.

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FDA walks back restrictions on gay men, former sex workers donating blood amid coronavirus supply shortage. Let the debate begin.

The Food and Drug Administration said Thursday it’s relaxing some restrictions that prevent gay men from donating blood amid a supply shortage brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, ABC News reported.

The FDA’s recommended deferral period for men who’ve had sex with another man is changing from 12 months to three months, the network said.

Surgeon General Jerome Adams called the move “tremendous” and potentially life-saving as overall blood donations have fallen and hospitals face shortages as people stay home and blood drives are canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak, ABC News said.

The American Red Cross said last month nearly 2,700 blood drives — where the organization gets more than 80% of its blood donations — had been canceled due to the pandemic, The Hill reported.

“It is critically important we have rationally and scientifically based blood donation deferral periods,” Adams said on a call with reporters, the network reported. “In particular, we know that reducing the deferral period for men who have sex with men can significantly increase life-saving blood donations, prevent drug shortages, and help reduce harmful stigma experienced by the MSM community.”

“MSM” is an acronym for gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men. The Centers for Disease Control indicates this population is “disproportionately impacted by syphilis, HIV, and other sexually transmitted diseases.”

Former sex workers and injection drug users, too

The revised guidelines also allow former sex workers and injection drug users to donate blood after a three-month deferral, Bloomberg Law reported, adding that the latter groups hadn’t been allowed to donate blood at all in the past. The outlet also said people with recent tattoos or piercings can donate blood after three months instead of a year.

“Based on recently completed studies and epidemiologic data, we’ve concluded that the current policies regarding the eligibility of certain donors can be modified without compromising the safety of the blood supply,” Peter Marks, director of the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, said in a statement, according to ABC News.

The new guidelines will remain throughout the pandemic and will be updated to incorporate public comment within 60 days of the emergency being lifted, The Hill reported.

ABC News said Democratic senators and gay rights advocacy groups in the last week have called on the federal government to loosen the blood-donation restrictions.

How did GLAAD respond?

“LGBTQ Americans can hold their heads up today and know that our voices will always triumph over discrimination,” GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis said in a statement, according to the network. “This is a victory for all of us who raised our collective voices against the discriminatory ban on gay and bisexual men donating blood. The FDA’s decision to lower the deferral period on men who have sex with men from 12 months to 3 months is a step towards being more in line with science, but remains imperfect. We will keep fighting until the deferral period is lifted and gay and bi men, and all LGBTQ people, are treated equal to others.”

Let the debate begin

Twitter commenters reacting to the loosened restrictions traded barbs about discrimination and safety. A number of them defending the move indicated that donated blood is tested before transfusions. Indeed the CDC says “all blood for transfusion is tested for evidence of certain infectious disease pathogens, such as hepatitis B and C viruses and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).”

But others aren’t convinced, with one detractor saying “this isn’t a good idea”:


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FDA fast-tracks anti-malaria drugs for coronavirus treatment at Trump’s urging

The Food and Drug Administration issued an emergency authorization for the use of an anti-malaria drugs for the treatment of COVID-19, after the drug showed some potential as a treatment for the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, Politico reported.

The authorization will allow the drugs, chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, to be donated to the national stockpile and to be prescribed by doctors to COVID-19 patients without a need for the drug to go through clinical trials.

“Scientists in America and around the world have identified multiple potential therapeutics for #COVID19, including chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine,” Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar wrote on Twitter on Sunday. “President Trump is taking every possible step to protect Americans from the coronavirus and provide them with hope.”

Azar also announced that Sandoz donated 30 million doses of hydroxychloroquine sulfate and Bayer donated 1 million doses of chloroquine phosphate.

There is still no proven treatment or cure for COVID-19, but researchers and physicians in the U.S., South Korea, China, and France have seen the drugs effectively reduce COVID-19 symptoms in some cases:

Chloroquine is normally used as an anti-malarial drug, used for the prevention and/or treatment of malaria. It’s available in the United States by prescription, and can be safely taken by men and women of all ages, including pregnant women.

Doctors in China and South Korea have observed that the coronavirus patients treated with chloroquine show reduced fever and better lung CT images, and so far research has not found any negative effects of the treatment.

There is dispute within the medical community about the wisdom of the emergency authorization and about the effectiveness of the drugs. Additionally, there is concern that the repurposing of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 will create a shortage of the drug for malaria, lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis patients who rely on it.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said there is no scientific evidence at this time that the anti-malaria drugs can be used to treat COVID-19, calling indications of its success “anecdotal.”

“It was not done in a controlled clinical trial. So you really can’t make any definitive statement about it,” Fauci said, ABC News reported.

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CBP agents bust alleged smuggling attempt of phony coronavirus tests at US airport

U.S. Customs and Border Patrol announced over the weekend that agents had seized a package filled with what authorities believe to be phony coronavirus testing kits, and stopped them from entering the United States.

According to a Saturday CBP news release, agents at Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday inspected a package that had been manifested as containing “purified water vials” valued at just under $200. Inside that package, they actually found six plastic bags that contained numerous vials full of white liquid. The vials had been labeled “Corona Virus 2019nconv (COVID-19)” and “Virus1 Test Kit,” authorities said.

The agency says that the shipment came in on a flight from the United Kingdom and the suspected fraudulent tests were turned over to the Food and Drug Administration for testing after they were seized.

“CBP commits substantial resources to detect, intercept and seize illicit goods arriving in the air package environment,” LaFonda Sutton-Burke, CBP’s LAX Port Director, explained in a statement in the release. “Smugglers are constantly attempting to take advantage of consumers by disguising their illicit goods as legitimate shipments.”

The agency goes on to say that authorized testing for the coronavirus — formally known as COVID-19 — is currently being conducted “in verified state and local public health laboratories across the United States” and that consumers need to be on the lookout for “bogus home testing kits for sale either online or in informal direct to consumer settings.”

Carlos Martel, CBP’s director of field operations in Los Angeles, said the “significant interception, at a time when the U.S. is in the midst of a national emergency, demonstrates our CBP officers’ vigilance and commitment to ensure dangerous goods are intercepted and not a threat to our communities and our people.”

As U.S. officials pointed out last week, the ongoing worldwide outbreak of the novel coronavirus creates a prime opportunity for scammers and criminals to try to take advantage of other people’s fears and uncertainty.

The FDA and Federal Trade Commission sent multiple companies warning letters last week “for selling fraudulent COVID-19 products,” accusing the corporation of making phony health claims about products like teas, essential oils and colloidal silver. The FDA says that there are still no approved vaccines or treatments for the fast-spreading virus and that “investigational products are in the early stages of product development and have not yet been fully tested for safety or effectiveness.”

After the FDA and FTC announcement, the U.S. Secret Service also issued a warning for people to be on their guard against various online scamming and phishing attempts related to the coronavirus outbreak.

“Criminals are opportunists, and as seen in the past, any major news event can become an opportunity for groups or individuals with malicious intentions. The Coronavirus is no different,” the federal law enforcement agency warned in a statement. “In fact, the Coronavirus is a prime opportunity for enterprising criminals because it plays on one of the basic human conditions … fear.”

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‘A threat to the public health’: Feds issue warnings to companies hawking ‘fraudulent’ coronavirus products like essential oils

The global outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus has people around the world concerned for their safety and well-being, which creates a natural environment for some people to try to exploit those fears for their own financial gain. On Monday, two federal consumer protection bodies announced efforts to combat such fleecing by sending warnings to multiple companies about selling “fraudulent” cures and means of prevention for the virus.

According to a news release issued Monday by the Food and Drug Administration, the FDA and the Federal Trade Commission sent letters to seven different companies “for selling fraudulent COVID-19 products.” The release explained that the products in question are “unapproved drugs that pose significant risks to patient health and violate federal law” and that the agencies’ letters are the first such warnings to go out amid the recent virus outbreak.

According to the FTC, the warning is for companies that are selling products such as essential oils, teas, and colloidal silver with claims that the products can either prevent or treat the disease. The FDA said that there are still no approved drugs or vaccines to treat or prevent the virus, and while “there are investigational COVID-19 vaccines and treatments under development,” the agency added, “these investigational products are in the early stages of product development and have not yet been fully tested for safety or effectiveness.”

Furthermore, the FDA added that colloidal silver “is not safe or effective for treating any disease or condition,” as explained in a final rule on the substance issued in 1999.

“The FDA considers the sale and promotion of fraudulent COVID-19 products to be a threat to the public health,” FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn said in the release. “We have an aggressive surveillance program that routinely monitors online sources for health fraud products, especially during a significant public health issue such as this one.”

Hahn added that while people’s concerns about the ongoing global outbreak of the new coronavirus are understandable, he urged them to “talk to their health care providers, as well as follow advice from other federal agencies about how to prevent the spread of this illness.”

The agencies say the joint warning letters went out to companies Vital Silver, Quinessence Aromatherapy Ltd., Xephyr LLC doing business as N-Ergetics, GuruNanda LLC, Vivify Holistic Clinic, Herbal Amy LLC, as well as “The Jim Bakker Show” — a televangelism program also known for selling emergency food buckets to help viewers prepare for the end of days.

In a statement, FTC Chairman Joe Simons said that the letters “are just the first step” against companies accused of peddling faux coronavirus remedies. “We’re prepared to take enforcement actions against companies that continue to market this type of scam.”

“There already is a high level of anxiety over the potential spread of coronavirus,” Simons said. “What we don’t need in this situation are companies preying on consumers by promoting products with fraudulent prevention and treatment claims.”

The letters argue that the coronavirus cure claims could put the warned companies in violation of federal law and that if they continue, the FTC could seek a court injunction and order mandating that they refund money to consumers.

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