Open Sesame: ‘Elmo Got The COVID Vaccine Today’

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And then they came for the children… Sesame Street is not about entertainment or education, but rather brainwashing. If little Elmo bravely got the shot, it was for the “greater good” of protecting his family, friends and neighbors from getting sick. This lowers any resistance of families who may resist mRNA EUA injections for their children aged 6-months and up.  ⁃ TN Editor

The famed Sesame Street character Elmo on Tuesday announced on social media that he, too, got vaccinated for the Chinese coronavirus, telling children “Elmo’s doctor said the vaccine would help keep Elmo healthy.”

“Elmo got the COVID vaccine today, just like Elmo’s mommy and daddy!” a social media update from Elmo’s official Twitter account read. “Elmo’s daddy had a lot of questions, but Elmo’s doctor said the vaccine would help keep Elmo healthy, and all of Elmo’s friends and family too!” it added, using the hashtag, #CaringForEachOther.

“You were super duper today, getting your COVID vaccine Elmo,” Elmo’s father said in Sesame Street clip posted to social media before seemingly talking to parents.

“I had a lot of questions about Elmo getting the COVID vaccine. Was it safe? Was it the right decision? I talked to our pediatrician so I could make the right choice,” Elmo’s father said. “I learned that Elmo getting vaccinated is the best way to keep himself our friends, neighbors and everyone else healthy and enjoying the things they love.”

Sesame Street’s most recent vaccine pitch follows the U.S approval of Pfizer’s and Moderna’s coronavirus vaccines for children under the age of five. The DeSantis administration is among those who has raised concerns over the vaccine for children as young as six months. As a result, the Florida does not recommend it, although parents can still obtain the vaccine through their doctor.

“I would just caution people look at the actual data in the clinical trial,” DeSantis said during a press conference last week.

“It is the weakest possible data that you could possibly see — very small number of people. What the recommendation is from them doesn’t even track the outcomes,” he said, urging parents to “ask their pediatricians, they can ask their doctors what’s the evidence of protection against severe disease.”

“There was none in the clinical trial. … but for us … there is no proven benefit to … a baby with an mRNA,” he said. “So that’s why our recommendation is against it.”

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Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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Patrick Campbell

Don’t be too shocked. Save that for when he gets his pp cut off.

Elle

The producers and directors of Sesame Street along with their funders and promoters need that surgery, administered by angry parents whose children are dead, dying and/or injured. All of these babies will die or be disabled for their short lives. Too many of the mothers who were forced vaxed in AU have babies in emergency that are sick, disabled and dying. And the AU medical community just doesn’t know what is happening?!?!? They know. They know. How many parental idiots will shoot their little ones full of this bioweapon “for the good of the community” (needy whiners) and subsequently allow… Read more »

anne flynn
CATRYNA WHITE

Forty plus years ago this was a great teaching tool for babies and toddlers. Now it is nothing more than propaganda BS. Shame on them.

Diane DiFlorio

Viatris is a subsidiary of Pfizer. They fund sesame street. That makes this a paid pharmaceutical ad, directed at children with no mention of possible side effects. Seems to me that’s against the law, and sesame street is liable for injuries. (2) Jenna🐝 Redux on Twitter: “@lmazzeiphotos @NobodyOfHarambe @sesamestreet This is a subsidiary of Pfizer. They fund sesame street. That makes this a paid pharmaceutical ad, directed at children with no mention of possible side effects. Seems to me that’s against the law, and sesame street is liable for injuries. https://t.co/csJwjDkjhr” / Twitter

Donald

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Darren merio

https://you.leadnow.ca/petitions/unodoc-offices-in-all-cities
https://you.leadnow.ca/petitions/u-s-special-forces-as-unodoc
Some ways to avoid if a bit late. Idea is Special Forces specialize in small unit tactics and non lethal methods abd removal of brainwashed from clinics. Also specialize in countering psychological warfare

BevJ

The makers of this “piece” have a pretty low opinion of their target group

cjonsson1

Jun 28, 2022 The Babylon Bee Elmo Dies Of Myocarditis After Receiving COVID Vaccine SESAME STREET – Reports have confirmed that beloved Sesame Street resident Elmo died unexpectedly this morning just a few hours after receiving the COVID vaccine. “Elmo not feeling so good,” Elmo reportedly said just moments before collapsing. Officials concluded the cause of death to be “unknown” although medical examiners claim he died of massive heart failure due to Myocarditis – a disease almost never observed in 3-year-olds like Elmo. “It’s important to remember that our friend Elmo’s death had nothing to do with the COVID vaccine,… Read more »