Mix ‘n’ match Covid-19 booster shots!?
What?! Are you kidding me? Are they insane?
No, not kidding; and “they” are only insane from the perspective of sane people.
It almost makes me think they are being as boldly nefarious as possible in order to see how thoroughly brainwashed, indoctrinated, and stupid the people are who will willingly submit not only to the original “vax,” but now are told they can get the original from one Big Pharma manufacturer and get the booster from another.
Are they testing the limits of the ignorance of the sheep?!
Here are the lead paragraphs from an article by Associated Press.
“WASHINGTON — U.S. regulators expect to rule Wednesday on authorizing booster doses of the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines, a Food and Drug Administration official said at a government meeting.
“The FDA's Doran Fink previewed “some announcements later today,” which were expected to include allowing the mixing and matching of COVID-19 booster doses among the three U.S. manufacturers — Pfizer, Moderna and J&J.
“Fink appeared at a meeting of vaccine experts convened by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, who are expected to take up the FDA decisions and make their own recommendations on Thursday.” Story continues here.
But there is also good news from the heartland…
Groundbreaking: Nebraska AG Says Doctors Can Legally Prescribe Ivermectin, HCQ for COVID, Calls Out FDA, CDC, Fauci, Media for ‘Fueling Confusion and Misinformation’
“Few subjects have been more controversial than ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine — two long-established, inexpensive medications widely and successfully used in many parts of the world for the prevention and treatment of COVID.
“By contrast, the use of both medications against COVID has been largely suppressed in the U.S, where doctors have been threatened and punished for prescribing them.
“On Oct. 15, Nebraska Attorney General (AG) Doug Peterson issued a legal opinion that Nebraska healthcare providers can legally prescribe off-label medications like ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine for the treatment of COVID, so long as they obtain informed consent from the patient.”