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catsfive [S] 111 points ago +112 / -1 stickied

Praying Medic:

Dave from X22 Report brought up a point tonight I had never considered.

Many people want to know why Trump pushes vaccines.

Why does he want them to be rushed? Why not allow the normal time for clinical trials? What's the hurry? It doesn't make sense.

Remember when Trump argued with Congress for 2 years to get a wall built on the southern border? All the while, he had secretly planned to build and fund the wall using the military.

By creating a public debate with Congress, he proved to the public the fact that they support drug trafficking, human trafficking and weapons trafficking.

What if Trump has an ulterior motive for rushing covid vaccines to market?

What risk do pharmaceutical companies bear if they market drugs that have not been adequately tested for safety?

How much money in damages do you think they might be liable for over the next 10 years? What risk toes the FDA assume? What about the CDC?

Is Trump allowing members of the medical technocracy to dig their own graves?

It has been my belief that one reason Trump backed the fast development and release of a covid vaccine was to end the lockdowns, which saved us from financial collapse. If it is also true that he did it to goad big pharma into assuming massive legal risk, leading to their financial ruin, it may be the most brilliant tactical move of his political career.

The flaw with the theory that Trump set up vaccine manufacturers to assume legal liability is that vaccine manufacturers have been given immunity against damages. If you take that at face value and look no further it throws cold water on the idea.

But there's more to the story. Immunity is not a cut and dry issue. There are limitations. As Newsweek pointed out in this article, immunity is granted unless there is "willful misconduct" by the company.

Given what we know about pharmaceutical companies, and given the fact that they're offered immunity, what do you suppose the odds are that they might engage in willful misconduct, such as falsifying research data?

Immunity often acts as an enticement to commit fraud. All a plaintiff needs is evidence of willful misconduct.


HunnyB 4 points ago +4 / -0

Remember that word press site Cat? Go read through the vaccine stuff.

I think there's a lot behind the scenes we aren't seeing they're trying to drive us all by fear.

But I leave it for you to decide for yourself.

Just remember Geotus has the bigger picture of everything.

catsfive [M] [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

If you bring together a solid, high-info post, I'd be happy to sticky it, pede. Best

HunnyB 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ok it probably won't be until Friday my schedule is really full but I will do that. There's a lot to unpack in what I've seen I spend hours and hours on the wordpress site.

It's why I try to get people to learn the coms because we need to so that once this operation is done, the ds won't be able to get away with it again, because we'll be on to those f ers.

I think there was a Q post saying the same thing for us to learn their coms so we know what they're doing.

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Qaniso 3 points ago +3 / -0

willful misconduct would include such things as:

1 causing /colluding with groups responsible for actually causing the disease in the first place

2 knowing full well that the vaccine actually helps promote the delta variant (or other strains)

3 promoting use of "boosters" every 3 months to reap in profits, and also possibly knowing of simple cheap cures, and colluding to spread disinformation about other cheap cures

If any 2 of these are provable (in a court) I would say they would certainly lose any immunity

MAG768720 3 points ago +3 / -0

< willful misconduct, such as falsifying research data

Interesting point.

Joys1Daughter 2 points ago +2 / -0


I agree with u/catsfive & Dave Hayes (Praying Medic)

Jabber1 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well, well, well.... love this board! Learn something, a lot of things, everyday here. Didn’t know provable willful misconduct can Trump immunity! Thank you for this. Adds another dimension to the story and what the ultimate strategy was.

catsfive [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Woo! We love our patriots.