Another report has surfaced to suggest that society’s high rollers are trying to get Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines before everybody else, the idea being to generate more demand for the unwanted jab.
The latest incident occurred at Overlake Medical Center in Bellevue, Wash., which apparently sent out an email to 100 of its benefactors offering them a special “invitation” to get vaccinated at the front of the line.
“We’re pleased to share that we have 500 new open appointments in the Overlake COVID-19 vaccine clinic,” the email read, also containing a special access code for priority registration.
Somehow the media got hold of this leaked email and is now spreading it around in an attempt to upset people who are now thinking to themselves: Hey, that’s not fair! Why should they get it first? Is it because they’re rich and I’m not.
You can think of it like reverse psychology, which was similarly used in other reports from back in December claiming that celebrities were paying their exclusive doctors upwards of $25,000 a pop for priority access to Chinese virus vaccines.
According to Overlake Medical Center, the list of 100 benefactors who received its email were “volunteers, retired nurses and physicians, all employees and about 100 donors from our Foundation database.”
“We recognize we made a mistake by including a subset of our donors and by not adopting a broader outreach strategy to fill these appointments, and we apologize,” the facility added in a statement.
That statement went on to claim that the hospital’s “intent and commitment has always been to administer every vaccine made available to us safely, appropriately, and efficiently.”
Gov. Jay Inslee later weighed in – because why not? – with the suggestion that the priority access list was “unintentional,” and more of a mistake than actual policy.
“If, in fact, they were giving preference to some VIP list, that’s not the way to do it.” Inslee stated. “That is not acceptable for us. We need to give everybody a fair shot at the vaccine.”
Again, you can probably tell that there is a whole lot of reverse psychology at play to try to drum up more interest in the failed vaccines, which are killing people left and right while producing no noticeable benefits in those who survive.
The goal posts continue to move, and chances are the government is sitting on tens of millions of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines that nobody wants, hence why reports like this one continue to get published.
Since the Overlake Medical Center invitation list has since been revoked, conveniently, those on the list who probably did not want the vaccines in the first place are now being let off the hook.
Commenters at Zero Hedge were quick to notice the very same thing.
“You wouldn’t be trying to convince me I want one, too?” one of them asked.
“Exactly,” responded someone else. “Did they fill those 500 jab appointments? Maybe someone that knows the jab isn’t all it’s claimed to be outed them?”
Yet another wrote that this is just another lame attempted by “eugenicist sock puppets” to trick people into wanting something that they otherwise would not have wanted were it not for the psychology behind pretending that the rich and famous want this thing when more than likely none of them actually do.
“Classic sales ploy: increase desire for the product by ‘taking it away,'” responded another one who sees this for what it is.
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