In early February as stories of vaccine mishaps and sudden fatalities began surfacing on Social Media, Joe Biden surreptitiously formed a new government agency tasked with suppressing conversations that question vaccine safety and efficacy and punishing persons who widely proliferate those views.
Informally called “COVDIS” among administration officials, the Covid-19 anti-disinformation program surfaced two months after a fit and healthy Tennessee nurse, Tiffany Dover, fainted minutes after receiving the vaccination at CHI Memorial Hospital, her place of employment. She was one of the first health care workers in the U.S. to receive the vaccine, and her jab was televised nationally as part of a program to bolster public confidence in the vaccinations.
“Really, I’m sorry, I’m feeling really dizzy. I’m sorry,” Dover said as she passed out.
“I have a history of having an overactive vagal response and with that, if I have pain from anything, hangnail or if I stub my toe, I can just pass out,” she claimed after getting to her feet minutes afterward.
That was the last time Tiffany Dover was publicly seen or heard from. Her social media feeds, on which she had been regularly active, went suddenly dark, and tales of her demise and a subsequent government cover-up spread like wildfire across the internet. Millions of Facebook and Twitter likes and shares. A frightening possibility suddenly confronted persons who had never cared about vaccine safety: the Covid-19 vaccines, either by design or pharmaceutical negligence, might be killing people.
RRN doesn’t know what foul fate, if any, befell Ms. Dover. But the swirling controversy surrounding her disappearance was a catalyst for Biden’s Covid-19 anti-disinformation program, said an administration source speaking on deep background.
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