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The vaccine money has dried up at Fox News
By News Editors // Aug 25, 2022

In case you missed it, the pro-vaccine frauds at Fox News are trying to pivot away from Big Pharma shots day and night for two years — it’s almost like the Pfizer and Moderna advertising dollars have suddenly dried up!


(Article by Emerald Robinson republished from EmeraldDB3.Substack.com)

Watch Sean Hannity attempt to walk back his years-long role as America’s dumbest Pfizer salesman. Perhaps he can hear the lawsuits coming.

Hannity didn't tell anyone to get vaccinated? Hannity told everyone to get vaccinated — and he told them practically every night for a year.

“And it absolutely makes sense for many Americans to get vaccinated. I believe in science, I believe in the science of vaccination.” — Sean Hannity, July 2021

I mean: who are we kidding?

Why is Hannity trying to gaslight his own audience in 2022? He must know that bamboozling them about the shots will carry an enormous price tag — and it’s a bill that he’s not willing to pay.

Let’s not forget: Hannity and the rest of the Big Pharma pimps at Fox News also relied on the very fat and very stupid Dr. Marc Siegel as their “medical expert” to push the shots in every time slot for the last two years.

The pathetic Neil Cavuto was also dispensing bad medical advice on a daily basis on Fox News — even becoming semi-hysterical about therapeutics like hydroxychloroquine while always thanking the Big Pharma shots for their miraculous power.

Who can forget the fully vaccinated Cavuto announcing that he caught COVID, and still thanking the vaccines for working? The brainwashed anchor went on to say: “Life is too short to be an ass. Life is way too short to be ignorant of the promise of something that is helping people worldwide. Stop the deaths, stop the suffering, please get vaccinated, please.”

Cavuto’s extraordinary rant is, of course, a prime example of magical thinking.

As I discussed back in March, most corporate news outlets in America were paid by the Biden regime’s HHS to push the vaccines to their audiences without disclosing it — and that list includes Fox News.

That’s the largest and most comprehensive breach of journalistic ethics that has ever occurred. Almost every corporate media outlet took the money. Almost every corporate media outlet lied about the vaccines (knowingly or unknowingly). Almost every corporate media outlet refused to report anything negative about the vaccines — because they were paid to close their eyes.

Almost every corporate media outlet is implicated.

The real pivot away from the Big Pharma shots at Fox News probably started on August 16th, 2022 when Fox News anchor Brian Kilmeade interviewed prominent Substack author (and former Democrat Party donor) Steve Kirsch about the vaccines.

Now ask yourself: how is it possible that Fox News is just now reporting on vaccine injuries in August of 2022?

Here’s Steve Kirsch also explaining to you why Fox News can’t verify his vaccine injury numbers: “Fox was not interested in verifying it. They said they ‘can’t.’ They aren’t kidding. It’s probably due to their advertising contracts with the drug companies. It’s a conflict of interest they’ve never disclosed to their viewers.”

Just check out his Substack article on Fox News.


What happens when the American public discovers that their favorite corporate media outlets sold deadly drugs to them because the Biden regime incentivized them to do so — and they didn’t disclose it?

We shall soon know.

Read more at: EmeraldDB3.Substack.com

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