Clif High calls these things, "Vaccidents." His video, along with comments about vaccidents from other people, is published on RumorMillNews.com.
Other comments from readers can be seen at this link from RMN:
I have a startup company and as such I work every day of the week. Every day I'm on the road heading back and forth from home to my office in the Raleigh-Durham area via I-40.
Recently, I have noticed a massive uptick in seemly bizarre accidents. Vehicles of all kinds, usually singular, running off the road and crashing. Not in bad weather. Not in the middle of the night. Just all of the a sudden.
I have also noticed folks driving kind of "dazed" looking, weaving about, stopping erratically and in particular not driving at speed -- usually like 10 mph below the speed limit on secondary roads, but very fast on primaries.
I've driven in the local market for a very long time and I have not seen this kind of behavior before. Wondering if its the beginning of Vaxxed brain damage of some kind???
I'm not sure who came up with the term "vaccidents," but it's brilliant. I have credited Clif High for coining the term (so far) because he's the first I've heard use it.
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