Newest “Vaccine” Campaign Is Not Going Smoothly

(SHTF Plan)—The new vaccine campaign is in full force and the ruling class, along with Big Pharma insists everyone get injected. But the whole booster shot scheme is off to a rocky start, and far from running smoothly.

According to a report by The Hill, there are several accounts of insured Americans being stuck with the nearly $200 bill for shots, which were approved last week. The new vaccines are designed to protect against new strains of the coronavirus and are recommended for everyone older than 6 months.

According to news reports and complaints on social media as CBS News reported, the vaccines have new billing codes, and insurers are still updating their plans to cover the shots. “Health insurance providers are working with the federal government and pharmacy and provider partners to ensure that everyone has access to ACIP-recommended vaccines, without cost sharing,” AHIP said in a statement to The Hill. 

Additionally, not many people seem too excited to get more ruling class-funded injections.

Less than 20 percent of Americans got the previous booster, which is a bivalent shot that arrived last fall and was designed to protect against the original virus as well as Omicron subvariants BA.4 and BA.5. And while some parts of our immune system have long memories, the antibodies that help prevent infections decrease significantly in a matter of months, according to a report by The New York Times. 

Unlike the bivalent shots from last fall, the latest mRNA vaccines developed by Pfizer and Moderna are monovalent, meaning they are designed to protect against just one variant: XBB.1.5, a recent descendant of Omicron that emerged earlier this year. This is no longer the “dominant strain” according to the propagandists. Now we are supposed to be fearful of Pirola, a different offshoot of Omicron.

The ruling class, coincidentally enough, “approved” the new booster shots not long after the fear-mongering over a new scariant began. The timing is uncanny.

In fact, ruling class member, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra received his updated COVID booster shot at a CVS Pharmacy in Washington on Wednesday to encourage vaccine uptake and promote the availability of vaccines through pharmacies.