Shocking live blood analysis after vax

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  1. Scott

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    I couldn't prove it but it still might be true. It hasn't been proven or disproven.

    You know that I'm not in a position to be able to know that.

    https://www.clubconspiracy.com/counter-intellegience-tricks-and-techniques-t4702.html
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    I don't know. The doctor tells you this when he prescribes it. Why are you asking a question that only a doctor could answer?
     
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    Theories do not have to be disproven. The onus is on the person coming up with the theory to produce evidence. Then your peers can review that evidence to evaluate your process. I can not simply say the pyramids were built by martians and say you have to prove me wrong.
     
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    I didn't come up with the theory. I just came across it while googling around. I figured it was worth posting as it sounds plausible. I'm not in a position to be able to prove anything. Maybe another poster will see it and add something. It might turn out to be untrue.

    That's all I had in mind when I posted it.
     
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    What proof did the original group post with this theory before going public? It seems quite simple for them to get a reasonable sample size to test.
     
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    No idea, I came across the article. It looked like a plausible scenario so I figured it was worth posting so it could be discussed and analyzed. Most of the stuff I posted is from the comment section.

    It may turn out to be untrue. It's a plausible theory so it's better to discuss it instead of ignoring it. If a theory is wrong, it will fall by its own lack of merit. It may never be proven one way or the other.

    Do you think there's a chance that it's true? I wouldn't rule it out.
     
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    You should have stopped typing right there!

    You don't have any qualification to determine any plausibility. Your understanding as to the meaning of the word plausible has previously been shown to be non-existent.

    Bullshit. You aren't the least bit interested in discussion or analysis. You ignore every single response if it contradicts your stupid conspiracy beliefs.

    You will never admit this and lack the scientific education to determine it.

    It's a bullshit theory with not one single iota of proof to support it. You and your ridiculous lack of scientific methodology.

    Bullshit. It already fails because it has no merit. No amount of proof to the contrary will sway you. You already believe it because it is batshit.

    Offer something to rule it in! You are like a kitten crapping in every corner of the apartment.

    Aliens infected the world because they want to take it over. There - prove it wrong. It may turn out to be false, but let's discuss and analyze it! It's plausible according to your inept internet blundering. Discuss.
     
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    The complete cosmored moronic cut and pasta spam post:

    There is nothing to dismiss! You have provided no evidence. You would never get invited into a debate hall in the first place, you know actually far less than a layman because you automatically believe batshit.

    Bullshit. It is considered dismissed because you offered no evidence.

    The claim uses no scientific method which you keep muttering about as though you know what you are talking about. Science says, offer a tgheory then back it up with evidence. - just for starters! Then attempt to disprove the evidence. You have done jack!

    You aren't "thinking people".

    I dare you to answer this: Aliens altered the virus and vaccine to kill all the intelligent people.

    IS THIS "UP IN THE AIR"?
     
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    Cut and pasta spam. When the blundering spammer hits a brick wall, out come the auto responses and evasion.

    Regarding the latest idiotic claim from cosmored/scott: There is nothing to dismiss! You have provided no evidence. You would never get invited into a debate hall in the first place, you know actually far less than a layman because you automatically believe batshit. It is considered dismissed because you offered no evidence.

    The claim uses no scientific method which you keep muttering about as though you know what you are talking about. Science says, offer a theory then back it up with evidence. - just for starters! Then attempt to disprove the evidence. You have done jack! You aren't "thinking people".

    I dare you to answer this: Aliens altered the virus and vaccine to kill all the intelligent people.

    IS THIS "UP IN THE AIR"?
     
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    Regurgitation without any thought, verification or understanding - conspiracy theorists, screwing up the world.

    I really do not agree with censorship. I welcome free speech. But somewhere along the line both of these become considerably screwed up by moronic parroting of uneducated garbage!

    Go READ the damn article from the Red Cross. It is quite specific and clearly accept blood donations.

    Wayback Machine (archive.org)

    • No need to wait to give blood if you received a non-replicating, inactivated, or RNA based COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by AstraZeneca, Janssen/J&J, Moderna, Novavax, or Pfizer.
    • If you have received a live attenuated COVID-19 vaccine or do not know what type of COVID-19 vaccine you received, you must wait two weeks before giving blood.
    • If you receive any type of COVID-19 vaccine, you are not eligible to donate convalescent plasma with the Red Cross.
    • However, you may be eligible to donate other blood products with the Red Cross including whole blood and platelets if you meet other donation eligibility criteria.
    The whole way this gross fake-news article is written (by an imbecile) suggests that no blood should be taken. Then it gets down to the actual detail of CONVALESCENT plasma. Two options, either the article writer is a liar or a fool. This type of plasma is used as a passive transfer, exclusively as a means to prop up the receptive body's immune system. The guidelines were originally given since this was not a proven thing with this type of virus. However it is still being considered as one more piece of the total shield against the virus.

    What Is Convalescent Plasma? | Cedars-Sinai
    Convalescent plasma treatments don't improve severe COVID-19 patient outcomes: study | CTV News

    Convalescent plasma therapy - Mayo Clinic
    "The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given emergency authorization for convalescent plasma therapy with high antibody levels to treat COVID-19. It may be used for some hospitalized people ill with COVID-19 who are either early in their illness or who have weakened immune systems.

    Blood donated by people who've recovered from COVID-19 has antibodies to the virus that causes it. The donated blood is processed to remove blood cells, leaving behind liquid (plasma) and antibodies. These can be given to people with COVID-19 to boost their ability to fight the virus."
     
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    It's batshit. Once again, no analysis, cross checking or verification as to credibility and all from this same idiotic 153news website!
     
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    The matter of how the blood changes after receiving the clot shots will NEVER be discussed by MSM. It seriously threatens the official narrative.
     
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    Dr. Sherri Tenpenny:Ohio doctor's false testimony about magnetic COVID vaccine users goes viral

    An anti-vaccine activist since the 2000s, Tenpenny has called vaccines a “method of mass destruction” and “depopulation;” charges $623 for her “boot camp” to train people how to convince others to refrain from vaccination; and sells her book, “Saying No To Vaccines” for $578 on Amazon.

    State law allows the board, with the votes of at least six of its 12 members, to discipline any physician for “making a false, fraudulent, deceptive, or misleading statement” in relation to the practice of medicine.
    https://www.cincinnati.com/story/ne...claims-vaccines-make-you-magnetic/8418060002/

    ,,,
    It is always best to never believe nut cases and conspiracy theory believers. One will never get the truth.
    It is always best to find credible sources to believe.
     
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    But this OP is in the conspiracy theory basement.
     
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    Sounds plausible doesn't mean it's worth posting. It's worth investigating to see if it's worth posting. If you post it and it's not plausible, it makes your future posting less credit worthy.
     
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    https://www.cincinnati.com/story/ne...claims-vaccines-make-you-magnetic/8418060002/
    Dr. Sherri Tenpenny:Ohio doctor's false testimony about magnetic COVID vaccine users goes viral

    An anti-vaccine activist since the 2000s, Tenpenny has called vaccines a “method of mass destruction” and “depopulation;” charges $623 for her “boot camp” to train people how to convince others to refrain from vaccination; and sells her book, “Saying No To Vaccines” for $578 on Amazon.

    State law allows the board, with the votes of at least six of its 12 members, to discipline any physician for “making a false, fraudulent, deceptive, or misleading statement” in relation to the practice of medicine.

    ...
    Or the MSM doesn't want to be considered conspiracy theory believers. Are you?
     
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    The evidence shows her to be right.

    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/10/13/is-mercury-linked-to-autism.aspx

    Triplets All Became Autistic Just Hours After Receiving Pneumococcal Vaccine
    https://www.brighteon.com/ff5f1030-c258-4f16-9822-e0e73639bfa7

    https://vaccine-injury.info/about.cfm

    Review Of Critical Vaccine Studies: 400 Important Scientific Papers Summarized
     
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    Dang, that's going to be a lot of dead people. A **** ton!!!

    A perfect perspective.
     
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    Lol. That's why this is in conspiracy theory dungeon.
    Very few believe that crap. It destroys credibility.
     
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    Off topic spam. How would YOU know she is right. You lack any education in the matter, have shown yourself to be completely clueless, you have not once gone to verify any claim you make and you ignore every single piece of rebuttal. Just pathetic.

    Then you post some guy promoting his 250k book sales by "referencing" numerous non-peer reviewed papers. I like the way he starts off with his OWN paper using the already inaccurate VAERS data that has no correlation/causation control - a paper that has no peer reviews.

    THEN - 19.18 in that stupid video! He pulls up a study that says under-vaccinated children require less emergency hospital visits. Bullshit.

    A Population-Based Cohort Study of Undervaccination in 8 Managed Care Organizations Across the United States | Neonatology | JAMA Pediatrics | JAMA Network
    "In our matched cohort analysis, children who were undervaccinated for any reason had lower rates of outpatient visits and higher rates of ED encounters and inpatient admissions compared with children who were age-appropriately vaccinated."

    The report also suggests that in the small section devoted to parents who deliberately do not vaccinate their children there IS a small reduction in inpatient/emergency - THIS is what he cherry picked. There is a very real reason why things like this remain unchallenged. It is very time consuming to wade through this cherry picked deception. My personal view on this study is that it fails to account for one very significant thing. The vaccinated children act as a major herd immunity in the first place, the unvaccinated are indirectly protected from the major diseases that the vaccine would have protected them from!

    Last word - The report cited in the video says this as its conclusion:
    "Although most parents choose to have their children vaccinated according to the ACIP-recommended schedule, an increasing number of parents appear to be delaying or refusing vaccines. These parents express concerns about the safety of vaccines; however, they may be placing their children at increased risk for infectious diseases that are almost 100% preventable with vaccination."


    I guarantee you will not properly respond to this.
     
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