[comments] Injected covid vax tries to connect with devices?

PB: Pharmafia’s MSM gatekeepers warp the story — insinuate somethiong that was not said:

Fact Check-AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine does not contain a Bluetooth chip

Getting a Covid-19 vaccine doesn’t mean you can connect to Bluetooth

No, video doesn’t prove AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine contains Bluetooth chip

In this case, the guy does not claim there’s a chip or whatever injected with the “vaccine”. He does not know what it is and why he gets the connection requests allegedly coming from his body. If he is not tricking the audience, there is sufficient evidence that such injectable nano-tech has been under R&D by the dark forces for years, e.g.

These results grew out of long-term R&D projects like DARPA’s:

But why only this single report so far amidst a massive jabbing campaign?


Bluetooth Vaccine? Injected COVID Vax Tries to Connect With Devices



Mrs. Sunshine The fact checkers say “it doesn’t prove it’s true based on the ingredients list”. Not exactly a strong denial, sounds more like a defense attorney with a guilty client. Based on the ingredients list big pharma makes public – LMAO. The fact check causes me believe it more.Vote Up35Vote Down  ReplyMay 23, 2021 9:49 am

LeeWMD Aye Mrs Sunshine… One merely has to look at the usual suspects who are Debunking it… Snopes, Twitter, Facebook, BBC, Newsweek, Forbes, MSNBC? 

Surely we all believe their fact checks on Election Fraud, right? I wouldn’t trust Snopes to explain that Rain is Wet at this point… They all have Clandestine Assets implanted in their organizations and use Propaganda against the American people… And the Obama Administration allowed that to happen.


The US Media has been corrupted and is legally allowed to use Propaganda at the behest of Government or Corporate interests… Things are certainly not what they appear to be friends… This has been the Ultimate game since 2012… trying to discern real news from fake news.Vote Up1Vote Down  ReplyMay 24, 2021 3:27 pm

PegC There are quite a few videos of magnets sticking to people’s upper arms.Vote Up6Vote Down  ReplyMay 23, 2021 10:30 am

LeeWMD And they refuse to acknowledge or explain that phenomena… they say “there’s no implants”… but nobody is saying there’s an implant… People are asking “why the hell is a Magnet sticking to my Vaxxx Injection Site.” Its a very subtle misdirection that completely avoids the question…. See Jen Psaski for more detail.Vote Up0Vote Down  ReplyMay 24, 2021 3:38 pm

King rat I tried it on my mother in law who got the Astra Zeneca vax. No connectivity.Vote Up3Vote Down  ReplyMay 23, 2021 8:52 am

LeeWMD Awesome… thanks King… I don’t know any with the AstraZen one… or I would check it for myself. I have tested a Magnet and Metal Detector on my parents and neighbors… all of them Pfizer or Moderna… all have Magnetic Injection sites that spike on a Metal Detector… but there’s no obvious Implant or anything palpable under the skin.Vote Up0Vote Down  ReplyMay 24, 2021 3:41 pm

PegC I’m worried about the spike proteins the vaxxed are leaking onto the rest of us. We don’t yet know that those of us with healthy immune systems will not be impaired or will be completely impaired.Vote Up9Vote Down  ReplyMay 23, 2021 10:32 am

FedUp This is not magnetic but is real. I’m never getting another vaccine. https://profusa.com/injectable-body-sensors-take-personal-chemistry-to-a-cell-phone-closer-to-reality/Vote Up10Vote Down  ReplyMay 23, 2021 7:29 am

Sammee I just watched an interview with Dr Richard Flemming (see rumble channel ‘The Professor’s Record with David K. Clements’). Dr Flemming acknowledges that the tech exists (trialed in the military) but he did not know how far they had come with it or what their plans but, but he finds the magnetic videos ‘very troubling’. I recommend the full interview. Rich with insight and a wide range of relevant topics.Vote Up1Vote Down  ReplyMay 23, 2021 5:50 am

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