Calling The Shots

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Above from left:  Anne O’Connor, COO, HSE; Paul Reid, CEO HSE; Dr Colm, Henry, CCO, HSE; and Damien McCallion, HSE National Lead, Vaccination Programme at Dr Steevens’ Hospital for the weekly HSE operational update on the response to Covid-19

This afternoon.

Dr Steevens’ Hospital, Dublin.

Via RTÉ News:

Over 2.2 million vaccines have been administered in this country up to yesterday, according to HSE chief Paul Reid.

Over 1.6 million people have now received their first dose, 43% of the adult population, with Thursday of last week seeing the highest number of vaccines administered to date, 56,000…

…In the 60-69 age group, over 320,000 people have received their first dose of vaccine, and 186,000 in the 50-59 age group have been given their first jab.

HSE chief says cyber attack a ‘stomach-churning criminal act’ (RTÉ)

Earlier: Race of Ages

Meanwhile…

This morning.

Labelled a lunatic by US chat show host Jimmy Kimmell for sharing a video showing a magnet adhering to his vaccine injection site, a bewildered Robert Carroll takes to the roof of his Chicago home.

Previously: Stuck on You

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15 thoughts on “Calling The Shots

  1. Birdie

    I just can’t understand the amount of cheerleaders Paul Reid has under his tweets. Am I missing something here? All he does is sound bites yet he still holds on to his ridiculously paid role despite his poor decision making? I must be missing something or else it’s all his friends and family patting him on the back.

  2. Joe

    Obviously he is magnetic due to the 5G chip vaccine injections! There are numerous true reports of similar victims of the fraud Covid therapy (vaccinations) getting stuck shoulder to shoulder together on Subway’s and Public transport.
    I have set up a charitable GoFundMe website to campaign against this assault on shoulders at http://www.JustGiveMeYourMoneyYouIdiots.com

    1. M

      Dumb you say?

      Tell that to science.

      Magnetically enhanced nucleic acid delivery. Ten years of magnetofection—Progress and prospects
      Adv Drug Deliv Rev. 2011 Nov; 63(14): 1300–1331.

      Superparamagnetic nanoparticle delivery of DNA vaccine
      Methods Mol Biol, 2014;1143:181-94

      Superparamagnetic nanoparticles for biomedical applications: Possibilities and limitations of a new drug delivery system
      Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Volume 293, Issue 1, May 2005, Pages 483-496

      ‘Magnetofection’ delivers DNA in experimental malaria vaccine
      2011

      Genetically engineered ‘Magneto’ protein remotely controls brain and behaviour
      The Guardian, 2016
      https://www.theguardian.com/science/neurophilosophy/2016/mar/24/magneto-remotely-controls-brain-and-behaviour

      1. dav

        Oh sweetie..
        https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-coronavirus-vaccine-idUSL2N2N41KA
        “Fact Check-‘Magnet test’ does not prove COVID-19 jabs contain metal or a microchip
        Firstly, Reuters has debunked baseless conspiracies about microchips in coronavirus vaccines throughout the pandemic, which often targeted the Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates (here , here , here , here and here).

        Secondly, none of the COVID-19 jabs approved in the United Kingdom or the United States contain metallic ingredients (here , here , here and here). Many other shots do have small amounts of aluminium (here), but Oxford University researchers say this is no more harmful than the minimal quantities found naturally in almost all foods and drinking water (here).

        Thirdly, even if COVID-19 vaccines did contain metals, they would not cause a magnetic reaction. Medical professionals at the Meedan Health Desk said: “The amount of metal that would need to be in a vaccine for it to attract a magnet is much more substantial than the amounts that could be present in a vaccine’s small dose”

  3. Jibjob

    A couple of the vaccines contain SM 102, yes. Do you have proof of its alleged toxicity, specifically in the nature and amount within a dose of vaccine?

      1. Steph Pinker

        I don’t know what I meant, but g’wan spill the details!

        Anyway my Heh is better than a Hah, so you have to share now!

        The Beacon, you say? There are no Sleeveens involved in that institution I’d like to imagine…

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