I wish I was vaccinated

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Twins, 19, all the signs of a phony baloney story. Find a local version near you today. Vox link.

This never happened the most:

 

A fit and healthy 42-year-old father has died of Covid-19 after refusing the vaccine because he thought he would be OK if he contracted the virus, his twin sister said.

John Eyers had been climbing the Welsh mountains and wild camping one month before his death last week, which came exactly four weeks after he tested positive.

His twin sister Jenny McCann from London said he was the ‘fittest, healthiest person I know’ and had thought he would only have a ‘mild illness’ if he got coronavirus.

She added that he had a ‘belief in his own immortality’ but before going onto a ventilator in hospital he told his consultant that he wished he had been vaccinated.

Mr Eyers died in intensive care after suffering from an infection and organ failure, and leaves behind both parents, Ms McCann and his 19-year-old daughter.

Every newspaper appears to be some version of this regret sob story now. 0;You’ll be sorry” is the current Vaccine narrative, combined with the threat of a mandate.

Isn’t it amazing how their last wishes – right before going on the ventilator – are always the same?

Meanwhile, people who are having their limbs amputated and dropping dead of heart attacks after being vaccinated are still quoted as saying they’d do it again.

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2 thoughts on “I wish I was vaccinated

  1. xileffilex

    It didn’t make the BBC, buuuuut, it’s an obvious ‘witness protection program” death to promote the covidian narrative. [formerly known as crisis acting] No mention of any “partner” which is interesting, despite being described as a father.

    Interesting character, our Mr Eyers, who really does check out.
    His firm, Wonderleaf, wound up in June 2021, nature of the business – importing CBD from USA
    uk.linkedin.com/in/ryan-gilles…
    twitter.com/Ryanjgillespie
    find-and-update.company-inform…
    His business partner, who gives the same address as Eyers, and who hasn’t commented, is the son of a well known Liverpool professional footballer.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gary_Gil…

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    1. xileffilex

      To conclude….
      As often happens in psy-ops, a narrative set of tweets was sent out by twin sister Jenny.
      A sesries of 7 wordy tweets was sent out, including a photo of her twin brother, in the space of one minute between 4.33 and 4.34pm BST on August 2. Obviously a planted, prepared narrative…
      twitter.com/jennyeye/status/14…

      …picked up by the Telegraph [and Liverpool Echo] the next morning [tip off?] but someone immediately could see through it
      Lizzie Roberts @lizrob92 Aug 3
      Replying to @jennyeye
      Hi Jenny, I’m a reporter at The Telegraph. I’m so sorry about the loss of your brother. If you’re happy to, please drop me a DM or email so we could speak more about what happened? lizzie.roberts@telegraph.co.uk

      DaftFunk @DaftFunk10 Aug 3
      Good luck with that….Face with rolling eyes. The inclusion of the old “on his deathbed he said he wishes he’d had the jab etc” just stinks of yet another piece of well placed propoganda. Maybe u cud do ur job, find out, then get back to us. I’ll wait….

      Perfect photo uploaded April 29 2021 by twin sister, after a long silence since she pushed one of the many scaremongering propaganda videos which emerged immediately after the Ferguson modelling exercise. This one she promoted on her fb page was a condensed version of this one from Vox.com
      www.vox.com/videos/2020/3/16/2…

      Jenny Mccann· 20 March 2020
      For people who think social distancing isn’t for them, for people who are young and still sat in cafes in London, going to pubs. Stop being selfish dicks! Watch this and stay home.

      A true bed-wetter.

      And now, her go-to source for “the science” is advocating compulsory jabbing. Disgusting propaganda.
      www.vox.com/2021/7/28/22594637…
      July 28 2021
      Mandate the vaccine, not masks

      But unsurprising, because Vox’s ** banner below its March 21 social distancing video
      “probably an uncomfortable period of time”

      To fight coronavirus, we need to change how we live.

      Disgusting collaborators, disgusting propaganda.

      ** no relation to Voxday.blogspot!

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