What About The Children? by Eric Peters

You can get away with just about anything if you claim you’re doing it for the children . . . except oppose vaccinating them. From Eric Peters at ericpetersautos.com:

A child just died – but not because of the ‘Rona. Essentially no children have died because of the ‘Rona.

But a 15-year-old Colorado boy just died from the “cure.” Which apparently triggered a heart attack – a thing that rarely-to-almost-never kills healthy 15-year-olds. His heart was fine on April 18, when he received the Pfizer “cure” for the ‘Rona that stood a next-to-nil chance of killing him or any other healthy child. He was dead on April 20, two days after receiving his Holy Needling.

If this is a coincidence, then so is the tide.

It’s also not the only such “coincidence.”

Another child – this time a 16-year-old girl who lived in Wisconsin – is no longer living, anywhere. She also died within 48 hours of receiving the “cure” for a sickness she didn’t have, that she wasn’t likely to get and which – if she did get it – was as likely to kill her as a cheerleading accident.

This isn’t “conspiracy theory.” It is admitted to fact, by the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) which keeps track of such things. Two dead kids constitutes quite an “adverse event” – given that kids are as close to being immortal as it gets. Accidents being the greatest risk of death they face.

But this was deliberate.

Perhaps not intentionally so – but does that matter? If some fool doesn’t intend to run a red light but does anyway – and kills you – does the intent matter to your now-dead self?

And this “cure” is intentional.

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One response to “What About The Children? by Eric Peters

  1. Reblogged this on Citizens.

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