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On January 5th, baseball legend “Hammerin’ Hank” Aaron received the first of what would have been two doses of Moderna’s DNA-altering COVID-19 vaccine, hoping to send a message to black Americans that the vaccines are safe.
After receiving the COVID jab, Aaron told the AP: “[This] makes me feel wonderful. I don’t have any qualms about it at all, you know. I feel quite proud of myself for doing something like this, you know. It’s just a small thing that can help zillions of people in this country.”
He died on January 21st, just 16 days later.
The MLB “Hall of Famer” will be remembered for one swing above all others, the one that made him baseball’s home-run king on April 8, 1974.
It was a title he would hold for more than 33 years, and Aaron finished his career with 755 home runs, a total surpassed by Barry Bonds in 2007 (though many still believe Aaron is the true “dinger king” due to allegations that Bonds used PEDs).
Bonds finished his tarnished career with 762 homers, though Hammerin’ Hank, being the class act that he was, never begrudged someone eclipsing his mark.
While “going yard” became his signature accomplishment, Aaron was a multi-dimensional star. He still has more extra-base hits (1,477), RBIs (2,297), and total bases (6,856) than anyone in baseball history. He was National League MVP in 1957, when the Milwaukee Braves beat the New York Yankees in seven games to give Aaron the only World Series title of his career. Aaron also was selected for the All-Star Game 21 consecutive years — every season but his first and his last.
Yet, when talking about the true measure of the man, there was far more to “Hammerin’ Hank” than his brilliance between the lines. By his example on and off the field, Aaron taught us to embrace our dreams, stay true to yourself, overcome adversity, demonstrate character, and encourage others.
Sadly, the last lesson we learned from this amazing man is that the COVID-19 vaccine is NOT safe, reminding us of the fact that the CDC and US Public Health Service (USPHS) are known liars.
Remember the Tuskegee Experiment
According to Ethan Huff and NaturalNews: “Many black people across the nation are choosing to forego Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination because they keenly recall the Tuskegee experiment of the 1930s and other eugenics programs that have been utilized throughout history to try to exterminate ‘people of color’.”
What happened in Tuskegee? Starting in 1932, over 600 black men from Macon County, Alabama (just a few hours north of Mobile, where Hammerin’ Hank Aaron was born) were enlisted to partake in a scientific “experiment” on syphilis. The “Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male” was conducted by the USPHS and is a sickening stain on America’s history.
The researchers lied to the men, telling them they were conducting research on treatments for “bad blood” when, in reality, they allowed them to die of untreated syphilis. That’s right. They allowed them to die, even though penicillin had been discovered as a cure for syphilis, so that scientists could perform autopsies in order to learn more about how syphilis kills. In total, over 200 of these human “guinea pigs” were not treated and allowed to die. These “Nazi-esque” experiments were slated to go on for 6 months, but they lasted 40 years, according to the CDC.
Rightly so, most black Americans don’t trust the government when it comes to “health experiments” like the COVID vaccine. In fact, a Pew study published in December showed that only 42% of black Americans are willing to take the poisonous Wuhan needle. Hopefully after seeing Aaron die and connecting the dots, many more will say “NO” to this toxic cocktail.
Say “NO” to Mandatory COVID Jabs!
Hopefully, Aaron’s death will provide more “ammo” for Americans to reject any attempt at making COVID-19 vaccines mandatory in order to buy, sell and travel. Because we already have insane vaccine zealots like Ohio GOP Representative Steve Stivers who says he is on board with Biden’s $1,400 stimulus check, but only if the recipient gets a COVID vaccine.
As of January 15th, according to the federal “Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System” (VAERS) database, 181 people in the USA had died after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.
Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, said on January 6th that severe allergic reactions to COVID-19 vaccines were happening at a rate of 11.1 per million vaccinations, compared to the rate of 1.3 per 1 million flu shots. In other words, there are 900% (nine times) more several reactions than the flu vaccine. Despite this statement, Messonier stated that “these are safe and effective vaccines. We have good data to show that.”
What are you talking about Nancy? Seriously! You just said that the COVID jab is producing NINE TIMES more severe reactions than the flu vaccine, but we’re supposed to believe it’s “safe”? Sorry, Nancy. We ain’t buying that load of horse dung!
Despite the fact that COVID vaccine manufacturers have skipped normal animal testing (thus transforming people into the “guinea pigs”) according to VP Mike Pence in December, “We’re cutting no corners. The American people can be very confident… that we’ll drive toward a safe and effective vaccine.” That is a flat out LIE. And similar to Tuskegee, where black men were the “syphilis guinea pigs,” we are now the “COVID vaccine guinea pigs.”
And get this! Dr Fauci was “knocked out for 24 hours” with chills, aches and fatigue after getting his second dose of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine! His side effects – aches, chills and fatigue – are common, affecting more than half of the participants in Moderna’s “human guinea pig” trial. About 55% of people who got Moderna’s shot in its trial reported side effects after the first dose, while 80% of participants had side effects after the second dose.
Sadly, Hammerin’ Hank did not live long enough to get his second dose. The first dose was all it took…
RIP Hank Aaron. You were a class act on the field, an awesome human being, and you will be missed.