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QAnon Came to Dallas Looking for JFK Jr, Found COVID-19

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The QAnon vigil continues in Dallas, several weeks after a Social Media Conspiracy Influencer™ called Negative48 convened his followers to wait for the Second Coming of JFK Jr. A lot of us have feared the worst for the gathering — either mass suicide or some sort of violent outburst — although it looks like the Coronavirus might get them first.

According to an item on Negative48’s Telegram channel, first brought to our attention by Mike Rains of the Adventures in HellwQrld podcast, many of the people who attended the Dallas meetup have reported losing their senses of taste and smell. Most of us (sheeple) would identify that as a symptom of COVID-19 infection, but Negative48 and his cohort will not be fooled. The conspiracy theorists maintain that this is actually a symptom of “a full-fledged attack of State [sic] bioterrorism,” the result of ingesting graphene oxide.

In a recent interview, Spain’s Dr. Pablo Compra claims the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine contains graphene oxide, a marker of the jab's true purpose. Rather than prevent severe illness, according to Compra, the vaccine is actually being used to implant a “wireless nano-sensor network” in the arms of unsuspecting Americans.

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Fortunately, there are ways to “[heal] from the MRNA bioweapon,” including taking lots of naps and “tuning up” your nutrition. As for the loss of smell and taste, this calls for something called “smell training.”

Smell training is actively sniffing the same four scents every day, spending around 20 seconds on each scent and really concentrating on what you’re doing. You should regain the sense of smell after 2 weeks.

Please don’t try this at home! But if you absolutely insist on treating your COVID symptoms this way, be sure and reach out to Failed State Update and let us know how it works out for you. Our contact info is on the About page.

SOURCE: Poker and Politics/Twitter, ForbiddenKnowledge.TV, Stew Peters/Rumble