Before we get started, I’m going to provide my customary disclaimer.
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I simply report the news; it is up to you to decide how you feel about it.
But this is just too crazy not to share.
Is this correct?
The editors of USA Today have already established that it is unquestionably, categorically incorrect. But we’ll get to that in a minute.
First and foremost, I must show you this video.
It’s actually a mashup of two videos.
This is a man who claims he got the AstraZenica vaccine and that it went “fine” except now whenever he’s near a bluetooth device it tries to connect to him and it’s labeled “AstraZenica”.
This could very well be fake, or it could very well be satire….or if could be true!