More Videos of Magnets Sticking to Vaccinated

UPDATE!!!: A very close friend has been able to verify this is legitimate. He has tested the magnets on a few people at his place of work. The magnets do indeed stick and he said the newer the vaccine the easier it is for the magnet to stick.

Make of it what you will. But this is Real Folks.

Wes

      
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Hadenoughalready
Hadenoughalready
1 month ago

As Paul Harvey would say: “And now we know the REST of the story”…

Juju Brown
Juju Brown
1 month ago

Paul Who?

Blackdog
Blackdog
1 month ago

Could there be enough “metal” kept in suspension to attract a magnet?
I would like to see a magnet placed near an unused vial or near the contents of a vial that had been poured out.
Idk. Things are weird these days.

Gen.Patton
Gen.Patton
1 month ago
Reply to  Blackdog

So you’ve taken the “Vaccine”?

Blackdog
Blackdog
1 month ago
Reply to  Gen.Patton

Hell no.
I have not and will not.
What made you ask that?

Gen.Patton
Gen.Patton
1 month ago
Reply to  Blackdog

I apologize…it seemed you were justifying a decision.
I just have zero tolerance anymore after what my kids and I have been going through :/

Blackdog
Blackdog
1 month ago
Reply to  Gen.Patton

No problem friend.
I was just trying to think through the mechanics of the video.
Ps. My uncle was a driver for Patton for a day or two.
Respected him highly

NC Rob
NC Rob
1 month ago
Reply to  Blackdog

If you watch one of Dr Carris Madej’s videos she explains the shots contains nano container robots that deliver the mRNA. Scary.

Blackdog
Blackdog
1 month ago
Reply to  NC Rob

Thanks Bob.
Will do

Kevin
Kevin
1 month ago
Reply to  NC Rob

I wonder if a high enough EMP could destroy the nano container. Maybe this is the reason their telling people to stay out of the MRI machine

Last edited 1 month ago by Kevin
tangle
tangle
1 month ago

Fools flocking to death.

Eddie Hnatko
Eddie Hnatko
1 month ago

I should think everyone watching the videos would reconsider before taking the shot. Once you got the shot it’s too late to bemoan your predicament. As for me, give me liberty or give me death. On second thought, you can keep your shot and stick it somewhere else.

Paulo
Paulo
1 month ago

I would put an even more powerful magnet and leave it there bandaged until figuring out a way for that crap to come out.

Ohio Guy
Ohio Guy
1 month ago

As the Ozz would say, “Satan laughing, spreads his wings.”

Gryphon
Gryphon
1 month ago
Reply to  Ohio Guy

War Pigs. I think now there’s an Entire Level in Hel for them.

carolinaTURTLE
carolinaTURTLE
25 days ago

If you have a vaccine scheduled soon, or had one recently, and are interested in participating with this suggestion, then keep reading.
My data: i received Moderna #2 about a month ago now. About 2 weeks ago, i saw some internet discussion about how a magnet can stick to the injection site. A week ago i tried this with a “refrigerator magnet” (approx 15mm diameter cylinder, 5mm thick, with a plastic covering) of which results were inconclusive.
Today I discovered i have a thin (approx 1mm thick) advertisement magnet, and trimmed myself a small piece (approx 16mm X 12mm) This smaller & lighter magnet appears to “stick” to the site of my injection. Also, i do feel a very slight soreness in the area that i received the injection.
I would be curious to hear of anyone else willing to post their own experimental discoveries. If there are any improvements to the scientific method that i have shared, i am certainly willing to consider improvements in that area.