Considering the Flu Shot? Here Are Five Reasons to Think Twice | Wake Up World

Peer-reviewed studies show a recent influenza vaccination campaign increased narcolepsy in children by 7 to 13 times, but that isn’t the vaccine’s only risk.

Source: Considering the Flu Shot? Here Are Five Reasons to Think Twice | Wake Up World

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4 Responses to Considering the Flu Shot? Here Are Five Reasons to Think Twice | Wake Up World

  1. marblenecltr says:

    Globalist psychopaths are trying to stupify humanity into sleepwalking into destruction.

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  2. marblenecltr says:

    Reblogged this on necltr and commented:
    I want to see all leaders in government and of foundations get their flu shots, drink tap water, and press cell phones to their heads.

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  3. Even the CDC admits that the flu shot is only 9% in people over 65 (I’m 67). Yet this is the primary age group they target for flu shots.

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    • Kymber says:

      I know, it is deplorable. There were triple digit deaths of seniors as well. What kills me is without any studies, only to line pockets they recommend flu shots for babies and pregnant mothers.

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