I’ve been waiting on something official on this. There have been rumors that last few weeks of whole school districts going dark because most of the staff either died, or were in hospital with seizure.
Damnable bio weapon. They are going to kill us all or rake us. A rake is much worse. Then there is the 24/7 epileptic seizures without end, that eventually kill you.
There is no upside to this nightmare. None. And these nephilim reptoids walk around laughing, raking in billions for sniffy and the gang, watching Adamic numbers dwindle down to nothing.
“And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect’s sake those days shall be shortened.” Matthew 24-22
I believe we have a long, very long, way to go down this road. A great many of us will die or be disfigured horribly. The remainder will be murdered. Comparatively speaking, the remnant of it all will be a quite a small number of ineffectual do nothings. They do nothing now. They will do nothing later, as always. As per usual.
And on top it all, we can expect a return of the draft, overseas wars to wipe out the remaining kingdoms resistant to the NWO (Poland, etc.), and what is left will be under CCP control, stateside.
Welcome to hell, Blofeld. Welcome to hell.
The Sandy Creek school district closed today after numerous staff members reported feeling ill after the second vaccine, district officials said.
Superintendent Kyle Faulkner told Syracuse.com | The Post Standard that health care provider ConnectCare came to the district to give teachers, staff, substitutes, aides, bus drivers and others the Moderna vaccine.
More than half the employees received the first shot a month ago, and the second injection was Wednesday, Faulkner said.
Of those, at least one-third reported feeling ill including fever and other symptoms, Faulkner said.
“We are a small district, and we had so many folks down and out today that we didn’t have enough people to staff the schools,’’ Faulkner said. “Some people get pretty sick with the second shot.”
The CDC reports such side effects are normal, and can range from soreness and swelling at the injection site to fever, chills, tiredness and headache.
The district has 752 students, 78 teachers and 89 staff members.
Faulkner said he also received the second shot yesterday and said he feels OK.
The district is using an emergency day for the closing.