As most of you know by now, Haiti’s President Jovenel Moise was assassinated in his home in the early hours of July 7th.
What most people don’t know about the late President Jovenel Moise is that he was very skeptical of COVID-19 vaccines.
At the start of the pandemic the WHO offered the nation of Haiti free AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines in which the Haiti government led by President Moise refused the free vaccines.
In hindsight the move by Haiti was a good idea considering other countries halted the Astra Zeneca vaccine after severe side effects occurred in those who took the vaccine.
Why do you think he was assassinated??? Haiti Is Only Country in Western Hemisphere Without Covid-19 Vaccines – https://t.co/b1RqbCzllU
— Emma (@emmaohara1969) July 9, 2021
Connection to what just happened in Haiti? https://t.co/6C8DRdrNcF
— Wave Wranglers (@WaveWranglers) July 8, 2021
Hmm and their leader was shot down overnight by mercinaries🤨Not a coincidence. https://t.co/aPj2Yex0lv
— Its a DOGE life (@Trumpelstilski3) July 8, 2021
Bloomberg reported Haiti’s government refusal of COVID-19 vaccines:
Haiti, the poorest nation in the Western hemisphere, has earned another grim distinction: it’s the only one that hasn’t vaccinated a single resident against Covid-19.
One of a handful of nations worldwide still awaiting vaccines, Haiti was among the 92 poor and middle-income countries offered doses under the Covax Facility. But the government initially declined AstraZeneca PLC shots, citing side effects and widespread fears in the population.
“Haiti did not reject the offer of vaccines from Covax,” Haiti Ministry of Health General Director Laure Adrien said in a telephone interview. “All we asked was that they change the vaccine they were providing us.
According to the New York Times the country has yet to receive even a single dose of the COVID-19 vaccine:
With Haiti in political crisis in the wake of the assassination of the nation’s president, looming in the backdrop is the pandemic. The country has yet to receive its first doses from the Covax vaccine-sharing program. https://t.co/PRSraatgGm
— New York Times World (@nytimesworld) July 9, 2021
— The New Humanitarian (@newhumanitarian) July 6, 2021
But now read this piece from the New Humanitarian:
The Haitian government refused that initial shipment, citing concerns over adverse side effects like blood clotting associated with the AstraZeneca brand. The government’s infrastructure to properly store the vaccine was also inadequate, although UNICEF told The New Humanitarian that 80 percent of Haiti’s temperature-controlled supply chain storage had been upgraded in the last few years.
According to the World Health Organization, Haiti is one of a handful of countries that have not begun vaccination programmes.
Haiti is among the low- and lower middle-income countries targeted by a donation of 55 million Pfizer doses from US President Joe Biden’s administration, but it’s unclear when Haiti will receive its first delivery.
“We’re hoping for sometime in July,” Health Ministry Director General Lauré Adrien told The New Humanitarian. “When we decided to delay the 756,000 doses from the COVAX programme, we weren’t in the same situation as we find ourselves today.”
Did you notice that the new shipment of Pfizer vaccines are coming from the Biden administration?
But that’s not the strangest part, Health Ministry Director General Laure Adrien said their hoping for the shipment in “July” the same month their President would end up being assassinated
The Health Ministry Director General made his statement just two days before Haiti’s President was assassinated.
Now with the country under a police/military state expect Haiti’s vaccination numbers to sky rocket.
The FBI is going to Haiti.
Translation: we’ll never know what really happened, let the coverup begin, and everything you hear from now on will be a lie.
— Catturd ™ (@catturd2) July 9, 2021