WaPo sez businesses that warn about vaccine dangers should be excluded from scamdemic loans and government assistance

… The Washington Post says that businesses that warn about vaccine dangers should be excluded from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). These PPP loans were provided to businesses amid state-wide shutdowns to help these businesses retain their workforce and salvage their venture. The Washington Post would like to withhold government assistance from anyone who speaks out about vaccine injury and adverse events, and encourages the blacklisting of organizations and groups that seek to promote human health without coercing vaccine compliance.

WashPost has targeted five organizations specifically — shaming these groups for spreading “misleading information” about covid-19. WashPost wrote that the government should not be giving financial assistance to groups that oppose public health and the government’s own agenda.

WashPost is preparing the public to accept preconditions for all future government assistance programs. This is a scary precedent that will lead to further control over people’s speech and body autonomy. This is also one of the conditions for controlling the world population, outlined in the United Nation’s “Great Reset.”

Public health officials, including World Health Organization Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has already partnered with Facebook and other Big Tech companies to purge groups that question vaccines. Now the WHO is working tirelessly to cut off funding to any group that provides important context about the limitations and dangers of vaccination. In their diatribe of segregation, WashPost targeted Robert F. Kennedy and Children’s Health Defense, Dr. Mercola and the Mercola Health Resources, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny and the Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center, the National Vaccine Information Center, and the Informed Consent Action Network. Facebook has already demoted these groups in its News Feed, removed them from their recommendation algorithm, and blocked the ability of users to “like” their page.

When questioned about this issue, Robert F. Kennedy said: “I’ve never heard anybody say that a loan is only available to people who don’t question the government.” Exactly….


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