I could use some help from people who know the truth about how mercury in the flu shot causes brain damage to babies. Today, I found the perfect place to protest Rite Aid. There was a parking place directly across the street from a Rite Aid in Derry, NH and there just happened to be a Walgreen's there with their signs out offering flu shots. So, I was able to protest two pharmacies at the same time who shoot mercury into pregnant women and kill brain cells in their fetuses.
If you have an extra hour or two and would like to help inform the public about the dangers of the flu shot, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll pick a convenient pharmacy to protest at. You always run into a few uninformed people who tell you you're nuts but you find more people who thank you for showing them the dangers that our corrupt government tries to hide from the public. You just might save a baby from becoming autistic or a senior citizen from getting Alzheimer's.
I pass out a brief flyer to any interested people who ask to learn more which says:
Flu shots contain thimerosal, a mercury compound. The CDC claims that one microgram of thimerosal is safe for a newborn baby. Most flu shots given to pregnant women contain 25 micrograms of thimerosal. Rite Aid will not give flu shots to babies younger than six months because they say it isn’t safe. BUT, they will give flu shots with mercury to pregnant women which logic tells us is unsafe for their fetuses. Simple arithmetic shows that these flu shots to pregnant women give the fetus up to 200 times the alleged safe amount of mercury. No studies have ever been done on thimerosal to prove that any amount of it is, in fact, safe for anyone. Babies do not have Blood Brain Barriers which means the mercury can go directly into their brains. It only takes seconds for mercury to kill brain cells. Mercury thus causes lower IQ’s and results in autism and other severe brain damage for some children who are incapable of excreting mercury. Mercury is also the cause of Alzheimer’s disease.
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