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“The first question you must ask about any scientific study is who funded it.” —Kary Mullis

Went on a research trip:

I followed the $cience and found the money

I followed the money and found the DARPA

I followed DARPA and found the devil

I followed the devil and found the $cience

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The end of the matter, all that has been heard: fear God and keep His commandments, because this is the end of the matter for all mankind. For God will bring every work to judgment, everything which is hidden, whether it is good or evil.

— Ecclesiastes 12:13-14 LSB

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Oct 27, 2023Liked by Jeff Childers

Love that last pic! In case anyone is wondering, the sign-up site translates as "@gotohe11"

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That Madonna quote sounds like a good ad for the new shots.

"I can’t complain because I’m alive."

*Individual results may vary.

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Oct 27, 2023·edited Oct 27, 2023Liked by Jeff Childers

"We need fair, due-process-providing involuntary commitment processes". Here's the problem I've always had with involuntary commitment: it's into a medical/psychiatric system that is way past broken. It pretty much guarantees the person will be drugged into submission. I'm willing to bet most would have no say-so in their own treatment because they are "crazy", which means they become a medical pincushion. No way those people can reject jabs of any kind. I think it's way to easy for so-called mentally ill people to be taken advantage of because if they fight back, say they are not crazy, say they don't want drugs, don't want jabs, etc., they will be ignored because they are "crazy". (I am not referring to them that way, I'm using the word that is most often assigned to them by society.) I have never felt mental wards have any desire to actually heal people. With chemical-laden crap for food and heavy doses of drugs, no one is going to heal unless they can break out.

Maybe I should not be saying this publicly, but what the heck: I had a nervous breakdown in late 2020 due to the loss of family because of the scamdemic, the scamdemic itself, and my dad agreeing to be jabbed. I knew it would kill him. I was wrong (so far), thank God. He is not dead, but has a number of problems that I believe are jab related and he keeps declining.

I thought I knew what a nervous breakdown was until I had one. It was terrifying. I was completely out of control. I destroyed the 50s kitchen I'd worked so hard to create, barricaded everything from my family (furniture, old gifts, photos) into a back bedroom, covered all the windows with black paint (water based, but it was still a nightmare to get off) and newspaper and tape, and would not speak to him for weeks. I could not sleep, eat, or function and I cut my hair off. I was absolutely out of control of myself. I did not, however, harm anyone else nor did I want to. It never even crossed my mind.

If anyone in a place of authority had seen what I did to my home and to myself, no doubt they would have locked me up, drugged me into oblivion, and I'd likely still be there if I was not dead from being jabbed. As it was, after some time, I calmed down and came to my senses. It took months to repair the damage to my home. But for me, the whole thing was a blessing. I came out of it calmer than I had ever been in my life. I was clear-headed. I knew then and there that I was not crazy, that everything I felt about the scamdemic being orchestrated was correct, that the jabs were deadly, and that no way was this situation going away any time soon. It didn't matter so much that I turned out to be right, but rather that I knew what my gut told me and I was going to stand by it, right or wrong. In short, I trusted myself for the first time in my life and I was at absolute peace with myself. No drugs, no alcohol, no doctors, and absolutely no outside help. I didn't do anything special to heal. I came out of that state when my mind was ready.

So no on involuntary commitments. I never would have stood a chance. If nothing else, I believe I would have died from psychogenic death because death would have been preferable to being a prisoner.

But, I certainly agree we don't need more red flag laws.

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Oct 27, 2023Liked by Jeff Childers

Hey Jeff I congratulate you for holding anyone accountable to their own behavior (Biblical behavior ) before you put them on the guilty side of the spectrum, which is very typical from major news cable when they try to destroy someone’s reputation.

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Oct 27, 2023·edited Oct 27, 2023Liked by Jeff Childers

I remember the first State Agriculture Committee hearing I sat in on with several bull semen bills up for public testimony. It's kind of a big deal in the livestock industry, breeding for the heartiest, best stock. For dairy v. beef, types of feed, climate appropriate for region of country they'll be raised in. The terminology for how the semen is collected and stored, marketed and sold. It's fascinating, Jim. Fascinating.

And then as the issues are discussed by legislators with zero understanding about Ag, typically legislators from urban city districts (why are they even on Ag to begin with?) is hilarity, as they stumble over words, eyebrows and facial expressions of befuddlement adds its own comedy value. And that's just in a committee hearing. Then when a bill is up for debate on the House or Senate floor with even less familiarity. It's gold, Jerry, I tell you! It's gold!

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VAERS is now 3 WEEKS behind. They usually update weekly with all reports processed by the previous Friday. They are still stuck at reports processed by September 29.

Are these new shots generating so many new reports of injuries and death that they can't keep up?

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Oct 27, 2023Liked by Jeff Childers

"Estrada explained he was ‘short-staffed.’

Jeff, you missed an opportunity for another weewee joke...

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“I simply evaluate influencers by their fruits. So long as they are helping the cause, and my personal contacts with them don’t raise any red flags, I’m happy to keep working with them on our mutual objectives. If they ever stab the movement in the back …”

This articulates my philosophy precisely, Jeff! As I wrote in the “Reflections on Finger-Pointing” section of “Rites of the Tear-Downers” (https://margaretannaalice.substack.com/p/rites-of-the-tear-downers):

“My general rule of thumb when assessing claims like this is to examine the net actions of the accused versus the accuser. Who is focused on doing good work and taking on genuine threats like tyrants, philanthropaths, and colluders, and who is spending their time attacking those within the movement, usually garnering clicks and attention in the process? Who is building up versus tearing down? Who is uniting versus dividing? Who is inspiring versus gossiping? It usually becomes pretty clear who is contributing to the overall cause as opposed to those who are sowing FUD; encouraging in-fighting; and distracting from the causes of resisting tyranny and ending democide.”

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"In other words, Mr. Estrada was just too busy [prosecuting White J6 protestors at the behest of (((Merrick Garfinkle)))]."

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Oct 27, 2023Liked by Jeff Childers

We need to make #vaccinatetheCDC trend on X. That was brilliant, Jeff.

Also, I am really glad for your explanation of your gauge for evaluating folks in the Not A Movement Medical Freedom Movement. It's so easy to see dark motives and moles planted EVERYWHERE. It becomes disillusioning and kills all hope. I know that's not what God exhorts us to embrace. So carefully assessing the "fruits" of these people's actions is a great equalizer in terms of judging character. Thank you for this simple, but powerful, reminder.

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But that Travis Kelce guy who plays for KC Chiefs and his singer girlfriend Taylor Ham Swift said shots are safe and effective. Perhaps they can do Halftime Show together at Super Bowl sponsored by Pfizer and have special surprise guest of Tom Selleck hawking his disingenuous Reverse Mortgage line of predatory loan crap. Package it altogether with a Blue Angels flyover message “World War Three Is Patriotic and Godly”.

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Oct 27, 2023Liked by Jeff Childers

Everything on the jab front feels like it is accelerating … in one week, I learned of a HS classmate who died suddenly, a friend brain aneurism, and a 16 y o XC kid to the ER from collapse.

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I can’t wait to see the CDC completely destroyed and vilified. It’s personal for me because someone in my husbands family has a daughter who’s been there all through pandemic and she made it very uncomfortable for anyone who wouldn’t get jabbed, especially during summer of 2021, when we were living temporarily in NJ. It was like living in a communist country. All I wanted was to catch the damn Covid so I could be naturally vaccinated but even if I did, the stupidity of jabbing was to say you STILL NEEDED A JAB AFTER INFECTION.

I can never be in the same room with that bitch because she “mandated” my sister in law and nephews to get jabbed so that my sister in law could spend holidays with them. I would’ve said GO FU@&YOURSELF.

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Steve Kirsch does not believe the jabs were done on purpose, to kill and maim, he thinks it was bad practice making them. He also refuses to call them bioweapon injections and continues to call them "vaccines" which we all know, they are not.

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