Here’s a first for the pandemic. For once, we have good news and bad news to share about the COVID vaccines—instead of all bad news. The good news is that one of the COVID vaccines has been taken off the market completely and is no longer available to be injected into the unsuspecting arms of pregnant ladies who’ve been coerced into getting the jab.
The bad news? It’s the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, instead of the Pfizer or Moderna mRNA shots.
The J&J jab is different from the Pfizer and Moderna jabs, because it doesn’t use mRNA technology. That’s not to say that it is a safe or effective shot—it’s not.
One of the things that was attractive to people in the early days of the availability of the vaccines was that there was no mRNA in it. At least the J&J jab was made using the same principles that have been used over the past 100 years or so in epidemiology. They didn’t have to change the definition of the word “vaccine” to describe the J&J jab, as they did with the Moderna & Pfizer shots.
Janssen Biotech, Inc., which makes the Johnson & Johnson shot, used a killed adenovirus as its main ingredient. While that’s not a coronavirus, it’s close enough for Army work, as they say. It’s in the same neighborhood as a coronavirus (sort of), and it did show some effectiveness in its trials. The efficacy of the J&J jab was shown to be 65 to 85%, which seems maybe a bit more reasonable than the 100% effective BS that Fauci and the CDC were claiming about the mRNA shots.
The Johnson & Johnson shot is, effectively, what we always used to call a “vaccine.” Which is not what the Pfizer and Moderna shots are. The two bigger and more common shots are more accurately described as experimental DNA-altering serums that can sterilize you, paralyze you, or make you go blind.
Back in April of 2021, the FDA and the CDC put a “pause” on the administration of the Johnson & Johnson shot. This shot had only been rolled out in February of 2021, and it was already showing signs of causing blood clotting disorders in people by April. The other shots were also causing problems but were never paused. They really wanted to get those mRNA jabs into everyone. We suspect that this early pause spooked people about the J&J jab, and it never really recovered in terms of demand after that.
The FDA & CDC paused the shot because people were developing thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS)—otherwise known as blood clots in the leg or lung—within a week or two of getting the J&J jab. The CDC and the FDA decided that the “known benefits” of the Johnson & Johnson shot outweighed the risk of COVID, which was a lie because COVID was never that dangerous. They restarted use of the vaccine shortly after that.
In July of 2021, they added Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) to the list of possible J&J side effects. This is the facial paralysis problem that has likely ended Canadian singer Justin Bieber’s career. Most of the people who got GBS from the shot were men over 50. Most the people who experienced blood clotting issues were women between 18 and 49. This was identified before the authorized the shot for those under 18.
One of the only pluses about the J&J jab has been that it doesn’t seem to cause myocarditis in young men. So, there’s that.
The FDA’s website now says:
“On May 22, 2023, Janssen Biotech, Inc. requested the voluntary withdrawal of the emergency use authorization (EUA) of the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine. Janssen Biotech, Inc. informed the FDA that the last lots of the vaccine purchased by the U.S. Government have expired, there is no demand for new lots of the vaccine in the U.S., and they do not intend to update the strain composition of this vaccine to address emerging variants. On June 1, 2023, FDA revoked the EUA for this vaccine.”
There is no demand for new lots of the vaccine in the US. The demand for COVID vaccination has cratered among the general public. If Johnson & Johnson had not asked to take its own shot off the market, do you think the corrupt CDC or FDA ever would have done that?
The fact that there’s no more demand for the shots means we are winning the information war against these quote-unquote vaccines, even though the liars in the media and the CDC and the FDA still won’t admit it. Johnson & Johnson took its own shot off the market. Now if we can only accomplish the same with Pfizer and Moderna.