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Health Department leases former Gordmans for vaccination site

Posted 10/7/21

The clinic opens Oct. 11, with the governmental agency having access to the building through year’s end.

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WHY would the county health dept need a “vaccination” site? We have clinics, hospitals and pharmacists pushing this poison all over the county? Something smells evil here? But it has for almost 2 years now. People being FORCED out of their jobs and economy over a 99.87% SURVIVAL rate and an avg age of death higher than our normal longevity? With an EXPERIMENTAL non vaccine? Of course is perfectly normal to censor doctors, pharmacists and scientists during a “pandemic”? Perhaps this is for all the illegals and Afghanistan refugees? Oh wait, they are NOT being forced out of the economy and their careers. They don’t even have to be TESTED! Here is what is coming. Flu season is upon us. Hospitals will be overran due to their own policy. They will say it is the “unvaccinated”. It is not. They have been lying. Enjoy! They are bringing in a new test as the PCR test that was used to dupe the American public and perpetuate this hoax of a pandemic has been withdrawn by the CDC and FDA. Why? It Doesn’t work!, At 40 cycles it would identify a cold you had 5 years ago as COVID! The CDC has reduced the overall death count by HALF! Why? Because they were counting darn near every death as a COVID death! $$. So again, WHY does the county health department need to spend MORE taxpayer dollars on a “vaccination” facility? Nobody is gonna get this shot and we will NEVER be forced to get it! By the way, the current “vaccine” has NOT been approved by the FDA. READ IT!

Wake up America Trust no one, question everything,, These people didn’t steal power because they care about us.

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