I find it so interesting that we are to believe …

Comment on Scott Ritsema, Dr. Lela Lewis, Pastor Wyatt Allen an Dr. Peter McCullough on COVID-19 Vaccines by LINDA F TAYLOR.

I find it so interesting that we are to believe that there is nothing wrong with the vaccine, and that possibly 5,000 people have not died from taking the vaccine, yet, we are to believe that over 500,000 people have died from Covid19!!! (Which I believe is an absolute lie). You can’t have it both ways!

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