5 Times Donald Trump encouraged his supporters to receive mRNA or viral vector DNA injections since leaving the White House
Everyone denies idolatry in their own lives. Their “guys” and “gals” are good people, while the other guys and gals are evil and wrong. Idolatry is the driving force behind obedience and adherence to The Great Reset/New World Order.
(Article republished from TheCOVIDBlog.com
President Barack Obama was known as “deporter-in-chief
” to prominent Latino organizations throughout his Presidency (not to mention his administration built the cages for kids
on the border). But the liberal masses said nothing about the cages until President Donald Trump took office. Problem is that he caged and deported far fewer illegal immigrants
Democrats still love Obama like he’s god, like an idol, more than four years after his Administration. And now, there’s Trump post White House.
It’s too easy attacking Biden and Fauci for this “vaccine” genocide. But it’s funny how liberals believe they are superior human beings because they are more likely to be “vaccinated”
than conservatives. In fact liberals have made the words “anti-vaxxer” and “Trump supporter” (and “conspiracy theorist” and “tin-foil hat,” etc.) synonymous. But just like all of 2020 forward, it makes no logical sense.
Trump is one of the biggest vaxx cheerleaders in the U.S. He’s always careful (and clever) to insert phrases like “we have our freedoms” and “it shouldn’t be mandated” in his pro-vaxx rants. But other than that, he’s making Pfizer, Moderna, et al. proud. The Republican masses and virtually all Democrats believe Trump is against these injections. That’s as fallacious as everything that comes out of Fauci’s mouth.
Here are five times in 2021 that Donald Trump played chief cheerleader for the experimental injections.
1. Trump to Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo: “It’s a great vaccine. It’s a safe vaccine.” March 2021
We posted this video in a previous article
. But here are the highlights and the video again (skips right to Trump’s vaxx zealotry). Bartiromo asked Trump if he would recommend “the vaccine” to the Fox News audience. Paraphrased:
“I would recommend it to a lot of people who don’t want to get it. And a lot of those people voted for me frankly. We have our freedoms. But it’s a great vaccine. It’s a safe vaccine.”
2. Trump encourages all Republicans to receive “vaccines” on Sean Hannity – April 2021
At the 28:25 mark: “A lot of our people don’t want to take vaccines. You know, I don’t know what this is exactly. Republicans? Don’t know what it is. I encourage them to take it. I do.” Hannity then asked Trump if he received the injections. “Yes I did. I had [COVID] and I took [the “vaccine”].”
At the 29:08 mark: “That’s the worst thing the FDA could have done” re: pausing the J&J viral vector DNA injection in April
after several cases of blood clots.
Not to mention Hannity, three months later, got on his soapbox encouraging viewers to receive the lethal injections.
3. Trump to New York Post: “I’m all in favor of the vaccine” – April 22, 2021
Here are the rest of his quotes
via New York Post columnist Michael Goodwin
“It’s pretty amazing stuff. If we didn’t have a vaccine, it would have been just like the 1918 Spanish flu. The vaccine is a great thing and people should take advantage of it. Nobody should be forced, we have our freedoms. But I strongly recommend it because it’s a real lifesaver.”
4. Trump tells crowd at Alabama rally: “I recommend [you] take the vaccines.” August 2021
It’s almost like the crowd didn’t know how to react. The “chosen one” is encouraging them all to receive injections of experimental mRNA and viral vector DNA when he’s supposed to be the antithesis of Fauci. You could hear a few jeers in the background. But ultimately Trump used his clever wit towards his fans and got everyone laughing again as he, again, straddled the line.
5. Trump tells conservative radio host John Fredericks: “I’m very proud of [the vaccines].” September 2021
“I am a strong believer. You wouldn’t have vaccines if it wasn’t for me. And please I love our people. So I want our people to take the vaccines.”
It starts at the 43:58 mark. Fredericks said he got the Moderna injection in mid-August.
Trump is no ally of humanity. And all the Christians out there worshiping this guy need to divest of idolatry. The Bible is pretty clear to me.
- “Do not turn to idols or make for yourselves any gods of cast metal: I am the Lord your God.” Leviticus 19:4
- Put to death, therefore, whatever belongs to your earthly nature: sexual immorality, impurity, lust, evil desires and greed, which is idolatry. Colossians 3:5
- “Those who cling to worthless idols turn away from God’s love for them.” Jonah 2:8
You’re either on the side of pure humanity or GMO/Great Reset humanity. Plain and simple. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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