Mmhmm...Seems to me like "they" (The Shadow Government Coup Cabal) were doing everything within their Power to Prolong and exacerbate the Plandemic...Purposefully. People get upset with President Trump for touting Vaccines...I say he had to jump on that bandwagon as they were going to make vaccines with our without him, and he was in an election year and needed to appeal to all voters, even the Vaccine Crowd...He did not Make the Vaccines...plus He tried to tell us of Hydroxychloroquin and Regeneron, he told us of UV Light, He told us about Sunshine, Bleach, Rubbing Alcohol and Hydrogen Peroxide all KILLING the Virus nearly on contact... He can't help how the brainwashed TDS masses would interpret the facts. He told the Truth...The Media Covered it Up for the Corrupted Government that has now been taken over by ILLIGITIMATE Lyin' ChYna Joe Biden with Permission... When will something be DONE about all of this... "Remember Donald Trump-touted hydroxychloroquine? Study in India backs it as Covid-19 cure Hydroxychloroquine, the malaria drug touted as a magical Covid-19 cure by former US President Donald Trump last year, has been found effective in a prophylactic study published in the Journal of The Association of Physicians of India." https://www.indiatoday.in/coronavirus-outbreak/story/remember-donald-trump-touted-hydroxychloroquine-study-india-backs-as-covid-19-cure-1811892-2021-06-07

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