Tucker Carlson is RIGHT to question the dogma surrounding Covid-19 vaccines

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(Natural News) Fake news outlet CNN has accused Fox News host Tucker Carlson of wanting people to die after the conservative pundit aired a segment about the dangers of Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).

John Berman and Erica Hill were discussing the matter when Berman started whining about Carlson’s apparent vaccine skepticism. Rather than admit that Carlson made some very good points based on current data, Berman instead launched into a hyperbolic, fear-mongering tirade.

“Does Tucker Carlson really want his viewers to live?” Berman asked. “Look, this guy bemoans so-called ‘cancel culture’ more than anyone on earth, but he should look in the mirror because you can’t get any more canceled than dead.”

Considering the fact that thousands of people are dying from the vaccines, Berman’s statements are both foolish and moot. Secondly, these so-called “vaccines” are actually experimental gene therapy injections that bear no resemblance to traditional vaccines, at least in the way that Big Pharma defines them.

Before going on his rant, Berman aired a short clip from Carlson’s segment, which had aired the night before. This very small portion of the segment depicted Carlson warning about Joe Biden’s statements urging Americans to get vaccinated, especially in light of the fact that there are still many unknowns about the jabs’ long-term impacts.

Berman conveniently cut off the segment and told viewers that Carlson simply went “on and on and on” about things that were unimportant. The truth is that Carlson explained himself, revealing why people might want to avoid getting injected.


“Tucker isn’t telling people not to take the vaccines,” reported The Right Scoop. “He’s simply saying that there are people who have legitimate concerns and the folks in charge should stop treating them like anti-vaxxers.”

“Instead they should rationally address these concerns instead of telling people that you won’t be able to grill in your backyard on the fourth of July unless you take the vaccine … That was his point.”

CNN is killing people by claiming WuFlu shots are “safe and effective”

Try as they might to denigrate all who question Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccines as “anti-vaxxers,” these mainstream media talking heads are actually doing a great disservice to the American people by pretending as though this is all just political.

Questioning the safety and effectiveness of chemical injections that have not undergone proper testing, and that have never been formally approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), is not an anti-vaxxer sentiment. It is called critical thinking, which is something journalists used to do before they became mouthpieces for the establishment.

Weighing the pros and cons of getting vaccinated is also just plain smart, especially since Chinese virus vaccines have the potential to completely destroy a person’s life. Worse than that is the fact that the jabs’ manufacturers are immune from all liability in the event of injury or death.

Is it really worth it, in light of all this, to take a shot for an alleged virus that most people would not even know they “have” were it not for faulty PCR tests that are known to generate loads of false positives?

Ironically, CNN and the other fake news outlets that are withholding this critical information from their viewers are the ones trying to kill people by tricking them into thinking that Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccines are “safe and effective.”

CNN is of their father Lucifer, the father of all lies,” wrote one commenter at The Right Scoop.

“It’s CNN, so why give them attention?” asked another.

More related news stories about injuries and deaths caused by Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccines can be found at Pandemic.news.

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