The moment our leaders announced they would get their jab “live” before cameras and audiences, suspicions arose.
Real syringes filled with water or saline? Movie prop syringes? The usual “fact checkers” braced themselves for debunkery. Did they succeed? Let’s do some checking of our own!
Here’s a typical recent article demonstrating a fake syringe:
Fake syringes for the elite posing for vaccine shots | Retractable needle and liquid storage
And here’s Reuter’s debunk:
False. The product shown in the video is a stunt syringe sold by special effects company Crimson Hands FX that cannot be used to inject people with any liquid.Reuters
All Reuters has really done here is debunk a specific prop demonstrated in a specific video. The video demonstrates that fake “movie prop” syringes are available that work convincingly. The fact that it cannot actually inject liquid is the whole point!
Movie prop and stunt needles are available in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. See images below:
The video does not prove that fake vaccinations were given to Elites, but nor do the debunks prove they weren’t. What we can demonstrate, however, is that simulated “live” vaccinations are possible and would be difficult or impossible detect.
WHAT ABOUT SALINE?
Again, this is next to impossible to confirm or deny, as even the debunker/fact checker sites admit. To quote Forbes:
How do you prove that saline is being used instead of the vaccine? Well, solution containing the vaccine can look like saline and vice versa. Similarly, any pill can look like a sugar pill. Any gin and tonic can look like water. Hamburgers can look like veggie burgers. Dachshunds could look like hot dogs. Jessica Chastain could look like Bryce Dallas Howard. The possibilities are endless. So at some point, you have to have some trust in the many people giving and getting the Covid-19 vaccines.Claims Of Fake Covid-19 Vaccinations, Disappearing Needles Spread On Social Media (forbes.com)
Trust, eh? I’m a Doubting Thomas. If I can’t poke the evidence with a stick, there’s always room for doubt!
Note that the Forbes article quoted goes on to show healthcare workers getting their jabs as “evidence”. Pure diversion I’m afraid, as the “conspiracy claim” is that Elites specifically are getting fake vaccinations, not anyone else!
The bottom line here is that we’ve provided evidence that a staged fake vaccination is possible either by prop syringe or by saline substitute, and the debunkers have proved nothing. Martin