Friday, March 12, 2021

Vox Popoli: Don't jump to logical conclusions

If, at this point, you're dumb enough to get the not-vaccine, you really don't have any excuse:

Utah’s chief medical examiner urged the public not to jump to conclusions about the death of a 39-year-old woman four days after she received the second dose of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine — insisting there is no evidence the jab was connected to her passing.

After receiving her second jab on Feb. 1, Kassidi Kurill became sick and was hospitalized. Four days later, the single mom died under mysterious circumstances.

But Dr. Erik Christensen, chief medical examiner for Utah’s Health Department, told Fox News that the tragic mom’s second dose and her death are only “temporally related.” “We don’t have any evidence that there are connections between the vaccines and deaths at this point,” he insisted. “We don’t have any indication of that.”

That's a fascinating excuse. Now we know JFK didn't wasn't assassinated. The rifle firing and his death were only "temporally related". Also, when did New York newspapers start using British slang? Americans don't get "jabs", they get "shots". Is "jab" supposed to be friendlier and less frightening, or more progressive, somehow?

Any time you see someone babbling about evidence, you can be certain they are lying. In this case, the dead body of the woman with the material that was injected would be the evidence, as well as the syringe that was used, the bottle from which the material was taken, and so forth. It's certainly possible that she died of West African Rat Disease or asymptomatic Ebola or even an excess of ennui, but Ockham's Razor strongly suggests that it was the not-vaccine that killed her due to the known exposure and temporal relationship.

I don't what the long-term effects of the genetic markers being applied to a statistically significant percentage of the population will be, but I can certainly think of a lot of different uses for them. And pretty much none of them are good. If you wouldn't have a glowing target tattooed on your forehead, you probably shouldn't submit to genetic therapy by people who openly talk about their desire to reduce the human population.