Sadly, you know the type.
Spreading misinformation about vaccines, believing that the pandemic is a fraud:
[Sidenote: Really difficult for people to die in decreasing numbers.]
The type that generally tends to like a bit of hyperbole:
You know the ones.
And sure. You take those sort of tweets at face value and it could all seem a bit scary.
Balance things up by understanding that these tweets are from the same person that looks up into the sky, sees this:
…and thinks that the weather is being engineered by the same organisations that made up the pandemic.
And then – amazingly, but also obviously – connects the two…
6 viruses (lots of lab work to count them individually) and a case of Covid (which didn’t exist earlier, remember?) in 3 months all because of some beautiful pre-frontal skies. These people must get sick a lot.
Oh, and a seizure and a dash to the hospital (that bit clearly slipped their mind initially).
Weirdly, looking back, not a single mention of any of that on their Twitter feed at the time. A few photos of a night out, some talk of a motorcycle race, angry claims that the pandemic is a scam, the usual stuff.
But no seizure and rush to hospital thing. Odd. You’d think… ah, never mind.
In fact, glancing through this timeline, I think it’s best that if you know this person (who I am choosing not to identify right now), you get away quickly. It’s not just the sickness when there are clouds in the sky (oh, and the seizure). The number of people they know that have died from being vaccinated is through. the. roof.
It’s almost (almost) completely unbelievable.
I also know lots of people who have had the jab and they are absolutely fine, so I did some rudimentary calculations in order to try to tie this weird anomaly down to some common cause, and it seems that it’s ‘knowing this person’ which is the risk factor here (p <0.05).
So be warned.
Of course, people can think what they want and live their Walter Mitty fantasy lives if they so wish, although I’d rather that they didn’t share the details as if they were actually true. But what I am saying here is, when you see these horror stories of post-vaccination deaths and claims of fraudulent pandemics, just remember where they are coming from.
The person that is spreading this stuff also thinks that some cirrus clouds made their family sick for three months.
9/11 was an inside job, Moon landings fake, Earth flat, 5G ate my hamster: same Whatsapp group.
They – as has so often been mentioned – walk amongst us.