Covid Vaccine Questionnaire to show people to wake them up

May 7, 2021 in News by RBN Staff


Source: The Federal Observer

Posted by Jeff Bennett, RBN host of The Edge



Here are 12 important questions and answers before considering getting vaccinated:

  1. “If I get vaccinated can I stop wearing a mask(s)?”

Government: “NO”

  1. “If I get vaccinated will the restaurants, bars, schools, fitness clubs, hair salons, etc. reopen and will people be able to get back to work like normal?

Government: “NO”

  1. “If I get vaccinated will I be resistant to Covid?”

Government: “Maybe. We don’t know exactly, but probably not.”

  1. “If I get vaccinated, at least I won’t be contagious to others – right?”

Government: “NO. the vaccine doesn’t stop transmission.”

  1. “If I get vaccinated, how long will the vaccine last?”

Government: “No one knows. All Covid “vaccines” are still in the experimental stage.”

  1. “If I get vaccinated, can I stop social distancing?”

Government: “NO”

  1. “If my parents, grandparents and myself all get vaccinated can we hug each other again?”

Government: “NO”

  1. “So, what’s the benefit of getting vaccinated?”

Government: “Hoping that the virus won’t kill you.”

  1. “Are you sure the vaccine won’t injure or kill me?”

Government: “NO”

  1. “If statistically the virus won’t kill me (99.7% survival rate), why should I get vaccinated “

Government: “To protect others.”

  1. “So, if I get vaccinated, I can protect 100% of people I come in contact with”

Government: “NO”

  1. “If I experience a severe adverse reaction, long term effects (still unknown) or die from the vaccine will I (or my family) be compensated from the vaccine manufacturer or the Government”

Government: “NO – the government and vaccine manufacturers have 100% zero liability regarding this experimental drug”

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