Believe women … unless they tell the truth about vaccines, then label them “conspiracy theorists”

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(Natural News) Conservative pundit Candace Owens is making waves over some comments she made questioning the safety and effectiveness of vaccines, including the new Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) jabs.

Owens had a “terrifying” experience of her own after receiving Merck’s controversial Gardasil vaccine for human papillomavirus (HPV). The jab “forever altered” Owens’ thinking about vaccines in general, though she is encouraged by the fact that “we are more awake as a society to the evils of the pharmaceutical industry.”

In a video she posted to her Instagram account last week, Owens clarified her position on vaccines, emphasizing that it is now more important than ever to discuss the pros and cons of vaccination, especially now that the government is pushing President Donald Trump’s “Operation Warp Speed” injections.

“How many of you guys are going to be among the first to inject this experimental vaccine, that’s been rushed, into your arms?” Owens asked. “I’ve been amazed really in just seeing the power of propaganda, and if people say things enough times, people completely suspend critical thinking.”

Owens’ comments came just days after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued Emergency Use Authorization for the two-dose Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 jab, which contains novel messenger RNA (mRNA) technology that permanently alters human DNA.

You can learn more about mRNA technology at this link.

Like other vaccines, Gardasil is a scam

While Owens was once supportive of vaccines, calling her former self a “super ignorant pro-vaxxer,” the adverse reaction she personally experienced from taking the HPV jab ultimately changed her mind.


Today, Owens considers herself neither “explicitly pro-vaccine” nor “explicitly anti-vaccine.” Instead, she is “pro with people using their brain and assessing the risks and evaluating whether or not it is a good idea to take a vaccine.”

Though society as a whole considers not vaccinating your children as the “highest crime against humanity,” with no room for any discussion on the matter, Owens would seem to believe that holding to this narrow perspective is the real threat.

“We have been such a vicious and disgusting society against moms who speak out about their children getting injured by vaccines,” Owens maintains. “We treat them like they’re all crazy conspiracy theorists.”

“Now that I have a platform,” she added, “I want to use it to support those moms and to say that I believe you. You know, I believe you because … I’ve had a vaccine. I was vaccine injured.”

Owens was injected with Gardasil at the age of 20 based on her doctor’s recommendation. At the time, the Merck drug was promoted “really aggressively” for all women to supposedly protect against cervical cancer when the reality is that Gardasil actually causes more cancer.

“The first time I got the first part of the series, as soon as he gave me a shot, I passed out,” Owens recalls, harkening back to a horrific experience that is similar to the one that recently occurred with the nurse in Chattanooga, Tenn., who fell to the floor after receiving a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.

During her second dose of Gardasil, Owens not only passed out again, “but when I woke up, I instantly started vomiting and seizuring all over my nurse.” Two male doctors had to come to the rescue, preventing Owens from receiving the third and final dose of the jab.

“It was just a really terrifying, awful experience,” she warns. “I am not a person who has ever had seizures. I’m not a person who passes out. I was crying hysterically and when I left, I was really shaken up.”

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