They have changed their minds!
COVID Shedding Has Now Become Something is Being Transmitted
It turns out that COVID vaccines don’t actually shed, just like we have all been saying!
That doesn’t mean that Sherri Tenpenny doesn’t still think that you might develop problems, like menstrual issues, if you are around someone who has been recently vaccinated.
She just isn’t going to call it shedding anymore…
“Again, you will never hear me call these things vaccines, because they are not vaccines. They are not meant to protect us against a viral infection. They are meant to alter our genetic material. That is the intention of the patents. Read them. The intention of these injections is to permanently alter our genetic codes.”Larry Palevsky
So instead of shedding, the COVID “injections” are somehow making you transmit something to other people after you are
“Because something is being transmitted between people that we haven’t clearly identified yet… What is it that’s possibly being transmitted between the vaccinated person to an unvaccinated person.”Sherri Tenpenny
Hopefully you become more skeptical as you see how these folks operate and you get your family vaccinated and protected!
More on COVID Shedding
- SARS Wars – Return of the Shedder
- Is a Doctor Refusing to See Vaccinated Patients?
- Did the Pfizer COVID Trials Warn Men to Stay Away from Pregnant Women?
- Fact Checking the Centner Academy Letter to Parents and Teachers
- The Truth About COVID-19 Vaccines
- The COVID-19 Vaccines As Gene Therapy
- Shedding: An antivax trope resurrected for COVID-19 vaccines
- The COVID-19 vaccine and menstrual irregularities.
- The COVID-19 vaccine is a vaccine, not a spell.
- “The vaccinated are a danger to the unvaccinated because of shedding!”: The latest COVID-19 antivaccine disinformation
- Moving the goalposts
- Fact check: Bloggers wrong about COVID-19 vaccines causing miscarriages
- Fact check: No, interacting with a vaccinated person won’t cause miscarriage or menstrual changes
- Fact Check-COVID vaccines do not ‘shed’ from one person to another and then cause reproductive problems
- Fact Check-COVID-19 vaccines are not infectious; you can’t transmit the vaccine to an unvaccinated individual
- Fact-check: Is fertility, menstrual cycles ‘affected by being around’ vaccinated people?
- No, there is no evidence that spending time around vaccinated people causes death or disease
- Covid-19 vaccine does not make people dangerous to others
- No, COVID-19 vaccines do not ‘shed’