Coverup: CDC Updates Guidelines On Recommendations On Individuals Receiving RNA Injections
The Center for Disease Control has updated its guidelines on individuals with pre-existing conditions, recommending individuals take the mRNA vaccine despite pre-existing medical conditions. Some of those pre-existing conditions are listed as possible adverse reactions to the mRNA vaccine.
In this episode of “Hamner It Out,” a look is taken at the new guidance and the list of adverse reactions an individual could have to the mRNA gene-altering injection, which includes some of the pre-existing conditions identified by the CDC that individuals experiencing or have had in the past are “recommended” to receive the injection.
To call this a vaccine is a misnomer since this is not to “immunize” an individual against any illness, which it has never been proven a vaccine does.
This is a human genome altering injection designed to produce an “auto-immune” condition whereby the body produces the proteins the immune system is to combat.
It is the classic definition of an auto-immune response.
Check you on the flip side!
Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media