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Magnets sticking to vaccination sites

  1. #1
    Donald Trump African Astronaut
    https://dailystormer.su/vaccinated-people-report-coins-magnets-forks-sticking-to-their-skin/

    What the fuck?

    I checked my vax site, including with the magnetometer on my phone, but nothing.
  2. #2
    Xlite African Astronaut
    Ya dun goofed
  3. #3
    POLECAT POLECAT is a motherfucking ferret [my presentably immunised ammonification]
    NO VAX NO ISSUES,, LOOK FOLKS SOMEONE HAS TO STAY ALIVE AFTER THE NEXT WAVE OF VIRUS'S WE DON'T KNOW IF ITS GONNA KILL THE VAXED OR THE UNVAXED BUT i'M GOING TO SIT BACK AND WATCH TO SEE WHO DIES IN THE NEXT OUTBREAK,, IF IT KILLS THE VAXED ILL BE RICH AS I STAND TO INHARIT OVER 500 GRAND AND IF IT GETS ME FOR NOT BEING VAXED i DON'T HAVE TO PAY BILLS ANYMORE.

    ANYONE TRUSTING THE GOVERNMENT AT THIS POINT IS A GOD DAMN FOOL
  4. #4
    Originally posted by POLECAT ANYONE TRUSTING THE GOVERNMENT AT THIS POINT IS A GOD DAMN FOOL

    the gov didn't come up with the vaccines though...
  5. #5
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson the gov didn't come up with the vaccines though…

    or do they.
  6. #6
    FreeAssange Houston [our argentine adverbial dick]
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny or do they.

    When they started shutting down YouTube channels with doctors who were questioning the ((Fauci)) line, I was pretty sure the whole corona virus thing was not what it was pretending to be. Those telling the truth never try to shut people up who disagree with them. They WANT to debate. It's always the liars and schemers who try to prevent others from speaking.

    Then when they suspended the social distancing stuff for the St Floyd riots, I knew the virus was something other than what we were being told.

    At the very start of the pandemic, there was an Israeli company that announced it had a vaccine, it was all over the news for 11 hours and 17 minutes, then suddenly not another word was said about that company and we never heard from it again--exactly as if one of the squirrels in a big sprawling conspiracy had gotten away from the squirrel-herder.

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  7. #7
    FreeAssange Houston [our argentine adverbial dick]
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson the gov didn't come up with the vaccines though…

    you should read more
  8. #8
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    My gf didn't take the vaccine but here's a brool story.

    You know those little volt pens? You basically have a magnetometer in there, but instead of giving a reading it beeps and gives off a light. It finds magnetic fields created by live wiring so when you're working electrical stuff or just stuff around the house or whatever you don't drill into the wall and get electrocuted.

    Anyway, my gf has Magneto powers. I put it on her for fun and it went off and i was like no fucking way. Put it on me, nothing happens, put it on her thing goes crazy, different parts of her body same thing. Then the next day my buddy is over and i tell him like wtf, my gf has a magnetic field. And he's like yeah right. So i get out the volt pen put it on her arm and sure enough, the thing goes off, so my buddy says: What happens if you put it on my arm so i did and absolutely fucking nothing same thing with me. Put it on my gf's forehead just to double double check and sure enough it goes off again so now we're like: What the actual fuck...

    I live in the Truman show, my gf is an Android. This settles it.

    No but really, HOW!?
  9. #9
    Donald Trump African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Sophie My gf didn't take the vaccine but here's a brool story.

    You know those little volt pens? You basically have a magnetometer in there, but instead of giving a reading it beeps and gives off a light. It finds magnetic fields created by live wiring so when you're working electrical stuff or just stuff around the house or whatever you don't drill into the wall and get electrocuted.

    Anyway, my gf has Magneto powers. I put it on her for fun and it went off and i was like no fucking way. Put it on me, nothing happens, put it on her thing goes crazy, different parts of her body same thing. Then the next day my buddy is over and i tell him like wtf, my gf has a magnetic field. And he's like yeah right. So i get out the volt pen put it on her arm and sure enough, the thing goes off, so my buddy says: What happens if you put it on my arm so i did and absolutely fucking nothing same thing with me. Put it on my gf's forehead just to double double check and sure enough it goes off again so now we're like: What the actual fuck…

    I live in the Truman show, my gf is an Android. This settles it.

    No but really, HOW!?

    If you have a smartphone could you try getting magnetometer readings with something like phyphox? It'd be nice to know exactly how strong the field is. Also do you have any neodynium magnets, such as from inside an old hard drive?
  10. #10
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Originally posted by Donald Trump If you have a smartphone could you try getting magnetometer readings with something like phyphox? It'd be nice to know exactly how strong the field is. Also do you have any neodynium magnets, such as from inside an old hard drive?

    I have one on the tip of my telescopic flashlight. It's for when you accidentally drop your screwdriver. You can pick it up with the tip. Or when you need to illuminate a weird angle it's a neat flashlight.

    Probably won't stick to my gf though the field appears to be only strong enough if i am touching her skin with the thing only then it goes off. Which may be a clue. However it doesn't do that for any other people i tried it on. Including myself. It's very peculiar.
  11. #11
    Originally posted by FreeAssange you should read more

    You sure read less conspiracy shit.

    "Meet the billionaire scientist couple who invented Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine

    Husband-and-wife team

    The science behind it, however, is the work of BioNTech. The brains behind the company is a husband-and-wife team of researchers: Ugur Sahin, 55, and Ozlem Tureci, 53, founders based in the German city of Mainz. Their extraordinary lab work, done in anonymity, goes back many years. The rapid progress of their candidate vaccine, BNT162, has now shot them to global recognition.
    "
  12. #12
    stl1 Dark Matter
    Originally posted by Sophie My gf didn't take the vaccine but here's a brool story.

    You know those little volt pens? You basically have a magnetometer in there, but instead of giving a reading it beeps and gives off a light. It finds magnetic fields created by live wiring so when you're working electrical stuff or just stuff around the house or whatever you don't drill into the wall and get electrocuted.

    Anyway, my gf has Magneto powers. I put it on her for fun and it went off and i was like no fucking way. Put it on me, nothing happens, put it on her thing goes crazy, different parts of her body same thing. Then the next day my buddy is over and i tell him like wtf, my gf has a magnetic field. And he's like yeah right. So i get out the volt pen put it on her arm and sure enough, the thing goes off, so my buddy says: What happens if you put it on my arm so i did and absolutely fucking nothing same thing with me. Put it on my gf's forehead just to double double check and sure enough it goes off again so now we're like: What the actual fuck…

    I live in the Truman show, my gf is an Android. This settles it.

    No but really, HOW!?



    Cootie detector.
  13. #13
    ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ African Astronaut
    They're not even vaccines. They are experimental gene therapies. Big difference.
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