Sick? Repeat After Me: “Imagine How Bad I’d Be Without the Jab!”

17 May 2022

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Those who trumpeted the necessity of receiving the coronavirus vaccine to avoid falling sick and help the state maintain Covid-zero, now rationalise that the jab moderates the effects of the virus. Do they think we wouldn’t notice the change in messaging?

Victoria’s Chief Health Officer has Covid.

Professor Brett Sutton tweeted:

I’m down with COVID. Feeling pretty rubbish, tbh. Razor blade throat and painful cough. Clearly not the same for everyone. Can’t imagine how it might have been — for me — without three doses of vax. Good on science.

Only three doses? What is he, a conspiracy theorist?

I jest. Three doses were meant to be plenty enough.

Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews told people this year:

“It’s only when you have three doses that you’ve got maximum protection not only against severe illness but against getting this virus.”

US President Joe Biden put it like this …

“You’re okay. You’re not going to get Covid if you have these vaccinations.”

Apparently, thrice-jabbed Professor Sutton never got the message.

Or maybe he just didn’t stay away from children’s playgrounds.

The lack of self-awareness is astonishing. Professor Sutton who, with Daniel Andrews, terrorised Victorians in the name of Covid zero now has Covid.

So, um, what were the last two years of hell all about?

Professor Sutton, sticking to the script, advises that he has contracted the virus he was supposed to be immunised against, but that he is so glad he received the immunisation that didn’t work because imagine how bad it would be if he had not.


I love how Professor Sutton has a parallel universe with which to compare things. His symptoms could have been less severe without all the jibby-jabs for all he knows.

Thanking the vaccine that didn’t stop you from getting sick under the belief you’d have been worse had you not had the injection — once, twice, three times — is delusional.

Oh, and we are expected to believe that if you were unvaccinated and got Covid, then it was because you were unvaccinated. And an idiot, according to NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard.

This pantomime is just so bizarre.

Got my first jab to protect me from Covid

Got my second jab to protect me from Covid

Got my third jab to protect me from Covid

Got Covid

Got to be glad I got all those jabs to protect me from Covid

Wait. What?!

But anyway, “good on science”!

Yep. Nothing says “trust the science” like Pfizer’s determination to keep Covid vaccine trial data secret for 75 years!

Anyway, I just got my 18th booster and I’ve only had Covid seven times and been hospitalised twice. Thank goodness for science and the power of vaccines!

The most recent data from the UK, explained by Mark Steyn on GBN, indicates you are more likely to get Covid if you have been triple-jabbed.

For the record, I got Covid over Christmas. And I recovered without any dramas.

I can’t imagine how it might have been — for me — had I given in to government bullying and had three doses of the mRNA vaccine. Good on common sense.

PS: I do sincerely hope Professor Sutton is feeling better soon.


Originally published at The James Macpherson Report.
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One Comment

  1. Tom Gilliland 18 May 2022 at 7:09 am - Reply

    I’m in the most vulnerable group – 70+ , 2 heart attacks, occasional breathing problems, unvaccinated.
    I got Covid a month ago.
    RAT test positive – following day I felt well enough to walk to hospital (just under 1km) to get confirmation. Had a sore throat that night but otherwise no worse than the common cold!
    Am I to believe that had I been up to date on my vaccinations I would probably not have even known I had it because it “would be less severe”?

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