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Jan 9Liked by Jennifer Brown

🤪🤯😱 However, it really doesn't surprise me that much.

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Jan 9Liked by Jennifer Brown

Are we at that tipping point when we are about to see a mass exodus and whistleblowing from these employers and public health departments?

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Jan 9Liked by Jennifer Brown

Coercion seems to be a common thread throughout this entire sordid episode. That the first impulse of those pushing this was to go hard says something. There is no way to rationalize that somehow intentions were good. Even for a little bit. I remember when the local Mayor made the first lock down announcement. I was at a crowded local breakfast eatery (now infamous for other reasons). As a natural reader of micro expressions, I was alarmed at the pleasure and delight the Mayor exhibited when announcing the solemn dictate that everyone's lives were to be put on hold until further notice. Like he relished that he could declare marshal law. Even worse was the sheep like acceptance of all my fellow diners of the tyrannical situation. I made a project out of defying the lock down "order". I doubt they did. This was all about the exercise and consolidation of power. Not even a scrap of public health involved.

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Jan 9Liked by Jennifer Brown

It's like reading a murder investigation.

Some of us find it interesting.

Others, just want to "move on" and pretend it's over.

The most grinding part of this entire murder coverup is they can watch a who-dunnit and nod in agreement, yet they can't see anything connecting the dots with the numbers 99.6 and "safe and effective".

And they call us delusional and conspiratorial.

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Jan 9Liked by Jennifer Brown

I have a crush on Melissa (:. My kind of girl.

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Jan 12Liked by Jennifer Brown

Just as many of these big employers in small towns, the company takes advantage of the workers as they recognize that opportunities are limited for those who want to stay in the area. She mentions that in the thread, "I loved all my colleagues. McPherson is a small town surrounded by small towns. Not many high paying/high benefit options outside Pfizer. I think that’s why they had that location. You created desperate loyal employees who don’t have any other options."

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This has the makings of a nightmare type movie where all the Governments, Companies, Cities, Schools, and police went on a search and destroy mission to kill and dispose of all the "unvaccinated" (or at least, not invite them to the Christmas reunion). The heroes (that would be me) would be chased throughout the movie until the predators finally realized they were the villains. Then they all apologized to the unvaccinated- The End.

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Jan 9Liked by Jennifer Brown

What happened to all of them after James was fired? Anyone know?

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