The vaccine might kill Grandma, but she’s old, anyways

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Dr. Kelly Moore, Associate Director of the Immunization Action Coalition, told the Gwinnett Daily Post that elderly people might die after receiving the vaccine. Kelly stressed to the public not to worry if Grandma dies; it’s because she’s old, not because of the vaccine.

“‘One of the things we want to make sure people understand is that they should not be unnecessarily alarmed if there are reports, once we start vaccinating, of someone or multiple people dying within a day or two of their vaccination who are residents of a long-term care facility. That would be something we would expect, as a normal occurrence, because people die frequently in nursing homes,’” Kelly lauds.

But wait? Old people die often? That’s just a thing that happens? So people who are in their seventies to nineties could die, and we could attribute that to old age? Got it.

Kelly also states, “We would not at all be surprised to see, coincidentally, vaccination happening and then having someone pass away a short time after they receive a vaccine, not because it has anything to do with the vaccination but just because that’s the place where people at the end of their lives reside.’”

Now, what if we extrapolate that thought out to COVID-19 deaths?

Imagine telling COVID fans “old people die, that’s life. We should protect our younger generations from communism and nefarious liberal propaganda that has caused alarming suicide rates across the world.”

NOPE. You can’t say that; that’s right wing Nazism, according to the liberal media, which controls the county now. You have to mask up for Grandma, stay home for Grandma, and never see family members at the holidays again…for Grandma. But feel free to give her the vaccine, which may or may not kill her. She was old, anyways; don’t worry about it.

The Colorado Herald