Can you imagine seeing someone collapse in a seizure in front of you and not batting an eye?
Can you imagine that person being rolled out on a stretcher and then going on about your day as though nothing happened?
Well, that’s exactly what happened at a vaccination site.
A video that’s going viral shows a man being rolled out on a stretcher.
He suffered a seizure after the shot…
But people remained in line to get their jab.
According to social media users, it appears that this incident happened in Russia.
Take a look below:
Va…xxination site. While some wait in line to get a shot, the one who has gotten 1, is being carried away pic.twitter.com/gEA5z5aO3c
— 404_Not_Found (@4_04_Not_Found) July 2, 2021
Many social media users noted the strange behavior of the crowd.
Don’t you think it’s odd that none of the onlookers appeared worried or scared?
Take a look at some of the comments below:
Amazing. The rest of the sheep didn’t bat an eye. Just eager to stay in line and get theirs.
— Digital Asset Now (@DigitalAssetNow) July 2, 2021
Even as the victim gets rolled away with uncontrollable tremors the rest of them watch and stay to play vaccine roulette.
— Gilet Jaunes and the Direct Democracy (@jclarekneebone) July 2, 2021
It appears that people most skeptical of the vaccine are younger.
Young people tend to vote for Democrats.
We only point this out because the leftists will attempt to blame Trump (as they always do) for vaccine hesitancy.
CNN confirms that it’s young people who are the most concerned:
Destiny Britt has given the Covid-19 vaccine a lot of thought and has no plans to get vaccinated anytime soon.
“Don’t take it as when people don’t want to take the vaccine as being rebellious,” she said.
The 21-year Atlanta native is skeptical of the vaccines thanks in large part due to the legacy of Tuskegee syphilis study, she says. Yet, some experts say this isn’t the only reason why some younger people may still be hesitant months after the vaccines became available.
Despite the research she’s done, Britt worries about the potential rare side effects of the vaccines, like myocarditis, a condition that causes inflammation of the heart.
“But how do I know that that small percentage won’t be me?” she asks.
Britt’s continued distrust comes as Covid-19 deaths have fallen dramatically across the United States. Average daily deaths are less than a tenth of what they were at the peak of the pandemic, according to data from Johns Hopkins University — but nearly 300 people are still dying of Covid-19 each day in the US.
Yet, people who died of Covid-19 in May were younger and more disproportionately Black than those who had died of Covid-19 throughout the pandemic, a CNN analysis of CDC data shows. And Americans who are still dying of Covid-19 are “overwhelmingly” unvaccinated, Dr. Anthony Fauci told CNN’s Jake Tapper last week.
Generally, vaccine coverage among young adults has been lower and increasing more slowly over time, compared to other age groups, according to a report published recently by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Their intent to get vaccinated is also lower. If the weekly pace of vaccinations continues at the rate from the week of May 22, only 57.5% of people under the age of 30 will have received at least one dose of Covid-19 vaccine by the end of August.
The CDC report shows the weekly rate of newly vaccinated adults drop 18-29 years old have slowed from 3.6% to 2%. The CDC director says of the 20 million young people who’ve been vaccinated there have only been about 300 reported cases, which is just .002%.
Britt, who works at an Atlanta record label, says she doesn’t trust the vaccine and instead trusts her own immune system.
“I would just rather go take vitamin C or make sure that I’m eating healthier just to make sure that on my end it’ll be better for my body to fight off rather than just taking the vaccination.”
Britt asserts that she knows Covid-19 is real and she continues to wear a mask at work and around friends and family.
But it’s the mindset among younger people like Britt that worries experts.
“Chances are you’re not going to get that sick. However, even individuals with mild illness could have long-lasting symptoms, said CNN medical analyst Dr. Leana Wen.
“There are people who have lost their hair, people who continue to have loss of the sense of taste or smell. Individuals who have difficulty concentrating memory, lapses, nerve and muscle pain,” she said.
There have been multiple videos similar to this one.
It hasn’t been unusual to hear of terrible side effects from the vaccine, including death.
If you still think that "normal" vaccines we typically receive as children ( MMR, TT etc. ) are totally harmless, 100% safe, and in general, enhance people's health and wellness …
— Jan Brodsky (@JanBrodsky) June 28, 2021
Australian politician Jacqui Lambie MP drops some massive covid truth bombs on Brendan Murphy who tells parliament to keep quiet over vaccine side effects and the fact you will not be compensated. 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/FzCAZsMFRn
— Pelham_3 (@Pelham_3) June 30, 2021
Biden had hoped to get 70% of Americans jabbed by July 4.
It appears that Biden has fallen far short of that goal.
Many people do not want the vaccine, especially since it has only been authorized for emergency use.
ABC News confirms that Biden has missed his vaccination goal:
Two months after President Joe Biden pleaded with the nation to “bring it home” and stomp out the virus, the U.S. has officially fallen short of his goal to fully immunize 160 million Americans and to ensure 70% of adults get at least one shot by the Fourth of July.
It was a benchmark the new president set to try to rally a country eager to move on from lockdowns and other restrictions by promising a celebration of the nation’s “independence” from the virus.
Instead, with the rise of the delta variant, cities like Los Angeles and St. Louis are now urging even vaccinated residents to resume mask-wearing. And health officials are warning of hospitals filling up again in states like Missouri and Utah where large swaths of the population remain unvaccinated.
“I am not concerned there’s going to be a major outbreak – in other words, that we’re going to have another epidemic nationwide,” Biden told reporters on Friday. “But I am concerned lives will be lost.”
The White House this weekend is planning to celebrate anyway, hosting a barbecue on its South Lawn on Sunday with 1,000 first responders and military personnel. Earlier during the holiday weekend, on Saturday, Biden will visit a cherry farm in Traverse City, Michigan, to tout the economic resurgence marked by a positive June jobs report. Vice President Kamala Harris, first lady Jill Biden and second gentleman Doug Emhoff also were hitting the road using the upbeat slogan “America’s Back Together.”
Advisers close to Biden have defended the decision to host the large White House Fourth of July party, pointing to other examples of progress with the pandemic — including a 90% drop in deaths and hospitalizations since January with more than three-fourths of seniors having become fully immunized.
“You can still celebrate at the same time as you get your message very, very clear …That is: If you are vaccinated, you have a high degree of protection. If you are not, you should wear a mask and you should think very seriously about getting vaccinated,” said Dr. Anthony Fauci, Biden’s chief medical adviser and the nation’s top infectious disease expert.
Still, the country is likely still several weeks away from the vision Biden laid out last May. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 66.7% of adults have received at least one shot, and just over 149 million adults are fully immunized.
At the current rate of immunizations – about 357,000 adults a day are getting their first shots — the U.S. will likely fall about 7.4 million doses short of Biden’s 70% goal.
We expect tensions around the vaccine to rise right before school starts.
Will Democrats attempt to vaccinate children against their parents’ wills?
We hope that they wouldn’t go that far…
But based on the actions of the Democrat party this year, nothing would surprise us.