There she blows – after claiming that Jacinda was, quote, “violating Gaia” with our vaccine deployment, Liz doubled down again by falsely claiming that 5 children passed out from vaccines…
Former TV host Liz Gunn went on a furious rant after she was asked for evidence of children collapsing at a North Shore vaccination center on Monday.
The claims, which have gone viral despite being unsupported by any evidence, allege five children collapsed at the drive-thru vaccination center at North Shore Stadium and instead of calling ambulances, staff asked parents to take the children to the hospital so as not to frighten the other parents.
None of the rumours, which have been shared on social media, are backed up by evidence and the The Department of Health told Newshub on Tuesday that they were incorrect.
…it’s the kind of sick thinking that justifies protest against child vaccination centers and hit cars!
This is a type of collective madness of antivaxxers who have overstepped their right to say no and are extending it to bully others into not taking the vaccine.
This far-right antivaxx movement is attracting American black money and it’s only getting more delusional.
Liz is a Crystal Karen, the new age middle class conspiracy clique who have been culturally ostracized by vaccine passports. They are the fatherless daughters of the first wave of feminist divorce in the 1970s, brought together in a far-right conspiracy by Facebook’s hateful algorithms.
Like all Crystal Karens, Liz just needs a big hug from daddy.
The next few months are going to be scary and a lot of people will get sick. Quit Facebook and spend time with your friends and family.
Being vaccinated protects you from Covid but it must also inoculate you from hatred and stupidity.
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