Sunday, July 3, 2022

Biden Pushes COVID Vaccine Mandates: The Journal of Steffanie Rivers

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President Joe Biden (Getty)

*President Joe Biden has signed executive orders again! This latest order requires all federal government employees to get COVID-19 vaccinated. And Biden wants the U.S. Labor Department to require all U.S. companies with at least 100 employees to push their workforce to either get vaccinated or commit to weekly COVID testing.

Even though more than 70 percent of Americans are COVID vaccinated, 1,000 people a day are said to be dying from the virus. I guess that herd immunity thing isn’t working out!

Medical experts claim most of those daily COVID deaths were unvaccinated people. But here’s the thing mainstream media and medical professionals who have the microphone seem conveniently to ignore: (1) Even some vaccinated people still have contracted COVID. So, what’s up with this vaccine that can’t stop some people from contracting the very thing they’re vaccinated against?; (2) People who are vaccinated against the original COVID strain are not protected against the delta variant that’s said to be more deadly than the original.

That leads me, and any rational thinking individual, to this conclusion: Apparently the original vaccine the federal government rushed to get produced isn’t all it was promoted to be, because now the CDC is pushing a third shot….aka the ‘booster shot’ for those people who jumped in line first for this Covid vaccine that was rushed to production without FDA approval. Yes, these COVID vaccines got FDA approval after they were released. But that’s like telling your children not to get pregnant or not to get anybody pregnant before they get married. And when they do it anyway you’re forced to support their decision and accept the situation. It still doesn’t make it right! To blame people who haven’t taken a vaccine that hit or miss protects against the virus it was meant to stop is pointing the finger of guilt in the wrong place. =

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COVID-19 Vaccine – Vaccination Card – Getty

Instead of spending countless man hours and millions of dollars pushing a hit or miss vaccine that already needs a booster shot 8 months in, medical experts should spend more time promoting the benefits of building your immune system to protect you against whatever might come up against it.

In January 2021 I interviewed retired surgeon, Dr. L. Ray Matthews. During that interview he said there are more than 1,000 viruses in the world today with the potential to become pandemics. Yet, people don’t take 1,000 vaccine shots every year! Instead, Matthews said everyone should build their immune systems to fight whatever comes against it. The three basic supplements Matthews recommended are vitamin D3, zinc and vitamin c.

When I asked Matthews why some health officials opt to push a vaccine rather than promote preventative maintenance with the use of cheap – but effective – supplements, Dr. Matthews said: “In the world of medicine, the big money is in intervention rather than prevention.” Some medical professionals would rather sell products to cure sickness than to prevent it, even though 70 percent of medical doctors don’t tell their patients they take supplements. 

With his many decades of work on the benefits of vitamin D3, Matthews and other immune experts don’t get the call to step to the mic. I wonder why?

Just because someone is a medical professional doesn’t mean s/he can be trusted to have your best interest at heart. Never underestimate a person’s greed, especially if their commission check is based on selling you a product or service. Do your own research and ask more questions, especially about long term side effects. 

Steffanie Rivers (screenshot)Steffanie Rivers is a freelance journalist living in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex. Email her at with your comments, questions and speaking inquiries. Follow her @TCBStef on Instagram and Twitter.





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