Very often we find stories like this that have largely gone unnoticed and we know we have to share them with you. Part of the reason they go unnoticed is that the media doesn’t want to call too much attention to them lest people who are worried about government overreach are called on to protest. Protesting just creates problems.
So, the local news media covers the story but makes sure it’s not too flashy. It’s all about normalizing these things, putting them right under our noses, hoping people are too sleepy to even notice. Until it’s too late.
And that’s what’s been happening in counties all over New York since the beginning of the month; health officials pretend there is a public health disaster and they run a mass vaccine drill.
- On April 4th, the Seneca County Health Department wanted 50 to 100 volunteers to serve as clinic patients/actors for a mass vaccination exercise in order to show that, in the event of an emergency, the county could protect the health of local residents.1
- On April 10th, health officials in Steuben County were looking for volunteers for a Public Health Preparedness Drill, at Haverling High School, simulating mass exposure to a virus that required a vaccine. At least 150 people were needed. 2
- Today, Lewis County Public Health is hosting an emergency vaccination drill, to discern how well the county could respond. Bonus, each time a volunteer goes through the line they will be entered to win local gift cards! 3
- Niagara County Health Department officials are looking for 800 volunteers to participate in their mass vaccination drill, today.4
It must be noted that the vaccines aren’t real. But, two questions: do they know something the rest of us don’t and why vaccination drills? (This is a rhetorical question.)
Given the day and age we live in, it seems safe to assume that these drills are being done because either officials are worried or because when some biological weapon is manufactured and released into the population (on purpose), that they want to be ready to vaccinate everyone. They will have finally gotten their way.
Let’s all hope I’m wrong.
Sources and References
- Finger Lakes Times, April 4, 2018.
- WENY News, April 8, 2018.
- Watertown Daily Times, April 24, 2018.
- The Buffalo News, April 25, 2018.