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WATCH: Thousands Take To The Streets Of Prague To Protest Vaccine Mandate

No one that I know personally is for vaccine mandates…only Communists are.

The global pushback against vaccine mandates for a virus that has a survivability rate of nearly 100%  has been strong, swift, and clear: the people do not approve of this.

Mainstream outlets have chosen to ignore the protests up until now….

I am beginning to see the small cracks forming in their narrative. To me this indicates that they want to slowly concede in order to save face.

They can’t just come out all at once to tell you they have been pushing a massive lie and taking part in a broad conspiracy, so they are going to concede bit by bit.

First by actually covering the protests, and then by slowly changing their tune on Covid-19.

Just today I saw an article in the print version of The New York Times that a Twitter user had posted; the article pushes the idea that it’s time to move past the Covid hysteria and realize that it’s here to stay….

This is significant in that the piece was published in the outlet that has priority in manufacturing consent for the state.

Lockdowns, mandates, and other measures have clearly not worked, and it is time to move on.

The more time goes on the more people understand this:

The Epoch Times writes:

Prime Minister Andrej Babis’ current administration will be replaced by a new government formed by five parties that won October’s parliamentary election, led by Prime Minister-designate Petr Fiala.

About 4,000 people took to the streets in Prague on Dec. 12 after gathering on Wenceslas Square, one of the city’s main squares, to demonstrate against the new CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus policy.

ABC News had more:

The protesters, chanting “Freedom!” alleged their constitutional rights are being violated. They said they weren’t against voluntary vaccination but opposed a vaccine mandate.

The order is due to take effect in March, but it might end up being overturned.

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