Reuters Pulls A Fast One – But Internet Remembers

Reuters Pulls A Fast One – But Internet Remembers

Reuters Pulls A Fast One – But Internet Remembers

Fast as the Biden Administration today approves of the Moderna Wuhan virus jab for 6 – 17 year olds, Reuters just subs an article announcing it in for its earlier article warning of heart-issue side effects.

Screenshot showing NEW title and article but look at the web address line:

Screenshot 2:40pm PDT

Here’s a screenshot of the original article that existed at that web address, now archived:

Screenshot archived headline

So what does Reuters new Biden-approved propaganda piece say?

June 14 (Reuters) – Advisers to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday unanimously recommended that the agency authorize Moderna Inc’s (MRNA.O) COVID-19 vaccine for children and teens aged 6 to 17 years of age. (snip)

“I’d like to give parents as many choices as possible, and let them make the decisions about this for their children,” committee member and UC Berkeley professor Dr. Arthur Reingold said at the meeting.

Oh. Choices. While this article makes a brief mention of the concerns about the Moderna jab, that’s down starting at paragraph EIGHT out of the ten-paragraph article. But don’t worry, Reuters is there to comfort you with the “experts” reassurances:

U.S. regulators presented data at the meeting on Tuesday suggesting that Moderna’s vaccine may have a higher risk of heart inflammation in young men, but said the findings were not consistent across various safety databases and were not statistically significant, meaning they might be due to chance.

The earlier article — the one actually mentioning the excess heart inflammation cases says this:

June 14 (Reuters) – Moderna’s (MRNA.O) COVID-19 vaccine may have a higher risk of heart inflammation in young men than the Pfizer (PFE.N)/BioNTech (22UAy.DE) shot, according to data presented on Tuesday to U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisers weighing its use for those aged 6 to 17. (snip)

The overall incidence is relatively rare and the vast majority who suffer the side effect fully recover, but a comparison showed the risk of myocarditis and pericarditis in young males aged 18-39 was 1.1 to 1.5 times higher after the Moderna shot, the FDA said in its presentation, citing data from three U.S. vaccine safety databases.

Data from a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention database showed 4.41 excess heart inflammation cases per 100,000 who received the Pfizer/BioNTech shot in those aged 18-39 versus 6.27 excess cases per 100,000 for Moderna.

But none of you worry your pretty little heads over the chance of your high school senior boy going to bed one night and never waking up. Sudden Adult Death Syndrome, while baffling The Experts, has nothing to do with the jab.

Nothing. Not.a.thing. Pay no heed to Reuter’s scrubbing their article. Media is your friend.

Now, just line your children up and …

“Trust us.”

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  • GWB says:

    “Trust us.”
    In God we trust.

  • Dan Patterson says:

    I cannot depend on anyone in government, at any level, to tell the truth about any thing any time.
    I don’t trust the federals any more than I would trust a wasp not to sting.

    “I loved the old government in 1861. I loved the old Constitution yet. I think it is the best government in the world, if administered as it was before the war. I do not hate it; I am opposing now only the radical revolutionists who are trying to destroy it. I believe that party to be composed, as I know it is in Tennessee, of the worst men on Gods earth – men who would not hesitate at no crime, and who have only one object in view – to enrich themselves.”

    Nathan Bedford Forrest, in an interview shortly after the war

  • Pillage Idiot says:

    Your comment works for us and for them.

    They think they are gods!

  • Sam L. says:

    Welllllllllllllllllllllllll, I got the Moderna jabs, 2 years ago in January and February, when I was 76. I’ve had no problems with it.

  • Pyrthroes says:

    Few are aware that “Wizard of the Saddle” Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forest, 1821 – 1877, enlisted as a private and rose to Cavalry Commander before founding Southerners’ terrorist Ku Klux Klan (KKK) as “Grand Wizard” over Christmas 1865.

    Klan influence peaked in racist Rats’ notorious Klanbake Election of 1924, pitting John W. Davis, a bigoted Woodrow Wilson lookalike, and notorious machine-boss Charles W. Bryan of Nebraska vs. Calvin Coolidge and globalist Charles G. Dawes.

    Anyone who thinks Gen. Forest’s relentless aversion to America’s most fundamental tenets was an aberration had best think again. Labels aside, Rats’ suborned official lynchings under “color-of-law” plus all manner of hyper-partisan Police State abuses and oppression have metastasized nationally since communo-fascist dregs’ Port Huron Statement in 1962.

    “Good men do nothing.” Unless and until halfway decent, self-respecting citizens “take arms against a sea of troubles, and by opposing end them,” Franklin’s American Experiment will fail– indeed, deserve its fate.

  • Sam L. says:

    Mrna: I got mine two years ago, as did my wife a couple of the shots one and two months after me, and we’re doing fine.

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