The controversies about covid-19 vaccines continue at the end of 2022, following a few years of terror that the novel coronavirus has dropped upon the world. Check out the latest reports involving the covid shots, which are also in the sphere of controversy as well.
National Guard service members get covid shots instead of influenza ones
The controversial online publications The Gateway Pundit and The Epoch Times note that it was revealed that the US National Guard wrongly administered the Covid vaccine to a group of service members who were expecting to receive an influenza vaccine.
This was according to The Epoch Times. The incident occurred during a mobile vaccination clinic for the Maine National Guard, and “at least one member who refused the mRNA vaccine on religious grounds received the experimental injection without his knowledge,” as per The Gateway Pundit.
That service member, Mathew Bouchard, is no longer a member of the National Guard. After the incident, he felt that the trust was completely broken, according to the same online publication mentioned above.
Statements are revealed
The Epoch Times notes the following:
“Bouchard said he was ordered to receive an annual flu vaccine and went to the clinic to get that vaccine. He verified his name, date of birth, and part of his social security number, and told officials at the clinic he was there for the flu vaccine. But he was injected with a dose of a messenger RNA COVID-19 vaccine, officials told him.”
He told the online publication the following:
‘You know how you went in for the flu shot? Well, that wasn’t a flu shot. That was a COVID-19 vaccine.”
He continued and said:
“I think, in my mind, at that point, it was like, I completely didn’t know if I trusted any people in the military,” he added.”
A lot of voices are saying that this was no accident, but until proven so, we have to remain objective.
In other recent news, during a recent meeting on the European Union’s COVID-19 response, Pfizer’s president of international developed markets, Janine Small, admitted that its vaccine had never been tested before its release to the general public on its ability to prevent the transmission of COVID when asked by Dutch politician and a current Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Robert “Rob” Roos.