N.Y. Magazine shared a narrative claiming that fully vaccinated people, covid-junkies, introduced themselves as unvaccinated only to get another booster shot.
‘’J & J Regret’’ story by Benjamin Heart shared that he is disappointed that he only got one dose of the J&J vaccine, not the double dose of the mRNA vaccine that comes in two doses, plus a booster shot.
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He shared that he desperately wanted a shot, but he couldn’t get one. Other people like him “have taken matters into our own hands and sought out bootleg boosters at pharmacies by pretending to be unvaccinated.”
Reminding us to street junkies, the Branch Covidians turned into zombies in hot pursuit of the upcoming booster shot. Regarding Hart’s case, he lied about his vaccination status, and it was enough for him to take the booster shot.
“Never mind that a growing body of evidence shows that we could use another dose more than the Pfizer Pfanatic or Moderna Mafia – that breakthrough infections are at least somewhat more common among one-doze recipients than our smugly double-dosed compatriots, even if hospitalizations remain exceedingly rare,” Hart stated.
C-19 vaccine-addicted individuals are zombies trying to get their next shot.
Hart convinced himself that getting one dose of the vaccine means getting the short end of the stick. According to him, more shots mean better protection.
“The small size of our cohort, plus the timeline of U.S. vaccine approvals (J&J was last on that score, natch), meant that data was scarce for large swathes of this spring and summer,” he complained about the one-dose injection.
“And despite being in real need of some direction, it has often felt as if we’ve been cast out of the pandemic narrative altogether – like we’re the Generation X of vaccine recipients.”
Moreover, the Jonson and Jonson shots aren’t appearing in N.Y.’s Excelsior vaccine passport system, so people who got the J&J vaccine aren’t regarded as fully vaccinated.
“A J&J-dosed co-worker reported that New York’s Excelsior app didn’t recognize his vaccination site as legitimate until he called a confused-but-ultimately-helpful human to complain,” Hart writes.
“Facing this continual snubbery, some of us have taken matters into our own hands and sought out bootleg boosters at pharmacies by pretending to be unvaccinated. (‘Uh, yes, I’ve been hearing more about this coronavirus thing, and it sure sounds concerning! One of your finest Moderna shots, please!’).”
Hart was obsessed with the second dose of the vaccines, so now he wants to get the mRNA shot because he could again live normally.
“This is what happens when globalist institutions inflict mass paranoia on the useful idiots in society and expect slavish servitude in return,” reported National File.
“The New York magazine article unintentionally provides a window into the darkest and most pathetic corners of the human psyche. In times like these, we must realize that some of our fellow humans are so obedient, so devoid of critical thinking, so tethered to a system taking advantage of them, that they might simply never see reality the way normal people do.”