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Israel is overrun with Covid. The vaccines have failed. The experiment must stop.

Posted by M. C. on January 29, 2022

Alex Berenson

Israel has always been the most important country to judge the mRNA Covid vaccines.


It has nearly total adult vaccine coverage. Efforts to blame “the unvaccinated” for whatever is happening won’t hold. Israel has good data – far more complete and up-to-date than American figures. And it vaccinates quickly, so whatever impact the vaccines are having rolls through the population (and the data) quickly.

But most of all, Israel matters because Israel was first. It mass vaccinated with Pfizer’s mRNA first and it boosted first. And human biology is the same everywhere.

So what happens in Israel happens in all the other mRNA countries eventually. As the chief scientific officer of Pfizer said in September, Israel is a “sort of laboratory” for the vaccines.

Here’s how the Israeli experiment is going.

This chart tracks serious Covid cases (basically intensive care hospitalizations) in Israel from early 2020, the beginning of the epidemic:

(The United States has 36 times as many people as Israel, so 1,000 ICU patients translates into 36,000. Israel also has a relatively young population, meaning Covid will be less severe overall than in the US.)

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Big Pharma CEO Blows a Hole in Vaccine Mandates – American Thinker

Posted by M. C. on January 19, 2022

Yet the left keeps pushing COVID vaccine mandates, despite the Pfizer CEO, CDC Director, and the US Supreme Court saying, perhaps in a roundabout way, that they are of no benefit. Hopefully, the Supreme Court’s trend continues, with a thoughtful analysis of our public measures, following the science rather than simply saying “do this because I say so.”

Brian C. Joondeph, M.D.

See also: Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla Makes Startling Admissions About the Vaccines

Vaccine mandates are one of many stifling measures brought on by the ongoing COVID pandemic, a consequence of those trying to “follow the science” and doing anything but or of government and bureaucrat officials using the opportunity to flex their authoritarian muscles. Whether they serve a useful societal function is an open question.

The CDC website cites a book chapter by research scholars Kevin Malone and Alan Hinman that describes vaccine mandates as a means of “drastically reducing infectious diseases in the United States.” Mandates present a challenge “when societal interest conflicts with the individual’s interest.” With vaccine mandates, there is the assumption that “Increased immunization rates result in significantly decreased risk for disease.”

According to the chapter,

Although no remaining unimmunized individual can be said to be free of risk from the infectious disease, the herd effect generated from high immunization rates significantly reduces the risk for disease for those individuals. Additional benefit is conferred on the unimmunized person because avoidance of the vaccine avoids the risk for any adverse reactions associated with the vaccine. As disease rates drop, the risks associated with the vaccine come even more to the fore, providing further incentive to avoid immunization. Thus, when an individual in this common chooses to go unimmunized, it only minimally increases the risk of illness for that individual, while conferring on that person the benefit of avoiding the risk of vaccine induced side effects.

Herd immunity, a term that can get one banned from social media and polite society, is the key. Both vaccines and natural infection can achieve herd immunity. Once herd immunity is reached, the risk-benefit ratio pivots from less benefit for every last person being vaccinated to more risk from vaccine adverse effects. This is the logical way infectious diseases have been approached in the past, until COVID apparently changed relatively settled science regarding vaccines, masks, distancing, and mandates.

The above premise assumes that the vaccine in question prevents contracting and transmitting the underlying infectious disease. Or as the chapter describes, “An important characteristic of most vaccines is that they provide both individual and community protection.”

Are the COVID vaccines providing both individual and community protection? If they are, then a case may be made for vaccine mandates although that is debatable. If not, then such mandates make no sense.

An excellent person to ask is Albert Bourla, the CEO of Pfizer, the largest COVID vaccine maker. In a recent Yahoo Finance interview, Bourla let the cat out of the vaccine bag,

And we know that the two doses of the vaccine offer very limited protection, if any. The three doses, with the booster, they offer reasonable protection against hospitalization and deaths—and, again, that’s, I think, very good—and less protection against the infection.

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“Limited protection if any,” is not a strong endorsement. It’s a polite way of saying two doses of the vaccine don’t work as previously described and promised. And with a booster, the protection becomes “reasonable.” He didn’t say robust or excellent, only reasonable, meaning that there is limited benefit. And it’s a benefit to the individual, not to other people.

An umbrella provides “limited protection if any” in a hurricane and a raincoat offers “reasonable” protection but, in both cases, you will get soaked and blown around.

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I must add the standard and necessary disclaimer that I am not anti-vaccine, having been personally fully vaccinated. Nor am I offering medical advice, only an analysis of this recent news item. Any vaccine decisions should be between you and your physician based on a thoughtful analysis of risks and benefits, as is standard for any medical intervention.

When Big Pharma doesn’t believe its own spin anymore, though, why should anyone else?

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Omicron Vaccine To Be Made Available In March For The 12 People Who Haven’t Gotten Omicron Yet | The Babylon Bee

Posted by M. C. on January 18, 2022

U.S—Pfizer has reiterated their commitment to the release of a new Omicron vaccine in March, just in time for the twelve people who haven’t already gotten sick and recovered.

“We intend to save lives,” said Derrick Pfizer while meeting with CDC officials. “Sure, Omicron is spreading so fast that it will have probably run through the majority of people by then, but this is no laughing matter. The dozen or so people who haven’t had it yet will have a vaccine available so they don’t have to deal with a mild cold that puts them out of work for a week.”

Experts at the CDC removed additional safety requirements from vaccine development to try and get it out the door sooner but admitted there was only so much they could do to bypass government regulation.

“There are hundreds of government regulations to consider,” insisted a sputtering Dana Tacoa, a spokesperson for the government agency. “We’re only comfortable ignoring protocol for in-depth human testing. We have to risk the lives of every man, woman, and child so we can save the handful who don’t have natural immunity yet.”

When asked why scientists were working so hard on a vaccine that would be rendered useless by herd immunity Derrick Pfizer calmly reassured the public.

“Don’t worry, we’re not working that hard,” he said. 

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Remember how health authorities said serious vaccine side effects always will be seen fast?

Posted by M. C. on January 18, 2022

Turns out that’s not true… as Pfizer (and its veterinarian chief executive) should know better than anyone.

Scientists would discover that the vaccine caused some cows to produce “alloantibodies.” The immune system make antibodies to attack foreign invaders in the body, but alloantibodies attack our own red blood cells instead.

These alloantibodies did not attack red blood cells in the dams – the mother cows – but when the calves received them through colostrum they caused terrible damage.

Alex Berenson

In 2010, German scientists found that a Pfizer veterinary vaccine to reduce diarrhea in cows caused a fatal bleeding disease in their calves.

Even after pressure from Germany caused Pfizer to stop selling the vaccine there, the company kept selling it elsewhere. A top Pfizer official told British farmers it was safe to use and that “other factors” were likely involved.

A month later, Pfizer stopped selling the vaccine. European regulators later found it caused a 1-in-6000 risk of the bleeding disease. “For a prophylactic measure such as vaccination this figure was considered unacceptable for a potentially fatal disorder,” the regulators found.

The risk of Covid-vaccine induced myocarditis – which can be fatal – in young men is now estimated at somewhere between 1 in 2000 and 1 in 3000.

Apparently the rules are stricter for cows.


Six weeks after the final dose is plenty of time to discover serious vaccine side effects. Two months is more than adequate. Three is unnecessary.

Both before and after the mRNA Covid vaccines were authorized in 2020, regulators, politicians, and the media insisted on this point. Long-term safety data were not necessary for authorization – because vaccine side effects happen and are caught fast.

According to the Centers for Disease Control: Side effects generally happen within six weeks of receiving a vaccine dose…


Thus the Food and Drug Administration was actually being conservative when it told Pfizer and Moderna to follow at least half the people who had received the second mRNA dose in their clinical trials for 60 days, vaccine advocates said. At an online conference in October 2020, Dr. Peter Marks, the agency’s top vaccine regulator, said he believed two months was a reasonable standard given the severity of the pandemic and the rarity of long-term vaccine side effects.

That standard meant that fewer than 20,000 people who received mRNA vaccines would be tracked for two months or more – for vaccines that have now been given more than one billion people worldwide.

Dr. Marks of the FDA (from his basement), explaining his views on the amount of time required to be sure a vaccine is safe after its dosing is completed:

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Watch “Pfizer CEO’s Covid Bombshell: Two Shots ‘Offers Very Limited Protection, If Any'” on YouTube

Posted by M. C. on January 12, 2022

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla dropped a bombshell in a CNBC interview yesterday, admitting that his company’s Covid “vaccine” offers limited if any protection! He went on to say that a third shot of the same formula does offer some protection. The Biden Administration is in full panic mode as its Covid response lies in tatters. Also today: LA Times columnist believes it’s a great idea to mock unvaxxed people who die of covid.

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The FDA has Stockholm Syndrome

Posted by M. C. on January 6, 2022

Employees, the lesson for you here is, first seek an exemption.  If your employer denies your exemption request, then consider asking for the specific brand of vaccination they are demanding.  If they say they don’t care, choose Comiranty and wait because the pandemic charade will be over before Pfizer exposes itself to liability by making Comiranty available.


Stockholm syndrome is the psychological condition in which a hostage becomes so emotionally and irrationally attached to his or her criminal captor, that the hostage takes the side of the criminal captor as against those trying to thwart the criminal captor.  

It is a sad reflection of the debased state of the U.S. federal government when a $6 billion federal agency actively harms and discredits itself in order to serve the interests of its agency-napper to the detriment of the public it is supposed to serve.  The FDA’s recent actively misleading statements about the FDA-approved status of Pfizer’s Covid shots sadly show that the FDA is playing Patty Hearst to the Pfizer’s SLA.    

The FDA is misleadingly stating that it has approved the Pfizer Covid vaccine, implying that an FDA-approved Pfizer Covid vaccine is currently being offered in the United States.  

The FDA has licensed and approved “a” Pfizer Covid shot.  The distinctive brand-name for the FDA-approved shot is “Comirnaty.”  Do not, however, expect Pfizer to sell, distribute, or make generally available the Comirnaty shot in the U.S.  This is because Pfizer has not obtained legal immunity for the Comirnaty shot.   If Pfizer were to sell, distribute, or make available the Comirnaty shot in the U.S., then Pfizer could be held legally responsible for the adverse health outcomes caused by Comirnaty.  Comirnaty, unlike child vaccines, is subject to normal product liablity laws.  Because of this fact, expect the FDA-approved Comirnaty shot to remain unavailable as long as Pfizer remains exposed to product liability suits brought by anyone injured by Comirnaty shot.  

Pfizer’s other Covid shot, the BioNTech brand shot, enjoys complete legal immunity in the U.S. market but has not obtained FDA approval.  The BioNTech shot is being administered under the Emergency Use Authorization (“EUA”) and enjoys complete legal immunity under the PREP Act.  EUA is a legal end-run around the FDA approval process made possible by the “pandemic.”  

The “show-me-the-incentive-and-I-will-show-you-the-outcome” outcome of the Comirnaty/BioNTech distinction is of course:  (1) Pfizer’s FDA-licensed and approved Comirnaty shot is not available in the United States and won’t be for the foreseeable future; and (2) Pfizer’s unlicensed and unapproved (but legally authorized for emergency use) BioNTech shot is abundantly available and will remain abundantly available.   The reason?  Financial incentives and disincentives.   If Pfizer were to sell or distribute Comirnaty in the U.S., Pfizer would face product liability lawsuits.  Pfizer would be held responsible for the injuries Comirnaty has caused.   Legal responsiblity and liability for injury = powerful economic disincentive to supply = lack of supply.  

Pfizer’s BioNTech shots, however, enjoy complete and total immunity from any and all death, damages and other injuries that they cause.   BioNTech’s immunity means that Pfizer has no risk and no downside for selling it in the U.S.   No legal responsiblity and no liability for injury and death = powerful economic incentive to sell and supply = abundant supply.  

For a loaf of bread a man will transgress.  Pr. 28:21.  

An honest regulator, after going through an arduous expedited approval process, would likely be indignant that its regulatory subject was withholding from the public, in the middle of a “pandemic” mind you, the only licensed and approved anti-pandemic drug.  Not so the FDA.  It falsely implies that the Pfizer vaccine being sold and distributed in the U.S. is FDA approved when it isn’t.  The FDA claims that the two Pfizer shots are the same, although “legally distinct.”  Yes, legally distinct.  If you are killed by the abundantly available BioNTech shot you will have no legal recourse against Pfizer.  If Comirnaty were available and it killed you, you could sue Pfizer and win because Pfizer has determined a known “death rate” for all of its “vaccines.”  In both cases you are dead.  Pfizer has removed the option that allows your family to get compensated for Pfizer’s killing you by removing Comiranty from the market.  The round-heeled FDA will not tell you this.  

Employees, the lesson for you here is, first seek an exemption.  If your employer denies your exemption request, then consider asking for the specific brand of vaccination they are demanding.  If they say they don’t care, choose Comiranty and wait because the pandemic charade will be over before Pfizer exposes itself to liability by making Comiranty available.  If your employer chooses one of the other EUA shots, then remind your employer of his/her Nuremberg Code obligations to provide informed consent before requiring that you submit to an experimental drug test.  If that doesn’t work, you will have to resign.  

Employers, the lesson for you is–grant each and every exemption request, no questions asked.  You are being played.  

Thanks to RFK Jr.’s website for pointing out the Comirnaty/BioNTech distinction.  

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New York is Using Race to Determine Access to a Limited Supply of Life-Saving COVID Treatments

Posted by M. C. on January 2, 2022

Glenn Greenwald

Monoclonal Antibody Treatments Save Lives,” announcedthe New York City Department of Health in an October 26 public notice. These treatments “are available and lifesaving,” the agency said, noting that they “have averted at least 1,100 hospitalizations and at least 500 deaths among people treated in New York City.” The agency urged the public to seek out these monoclonal antibody treatments as soon as possible: “When given early after symptom onset, mAb treatments can decrease the risk of hospitalization and death due to COVID-19, which is why it is crucial to get tested for COVID-19 as soon as symptoms begin – the sooner someone is tested, the sooner treatment can begin.”

The city’s health agency quoted its own Health Commissioner Dr. Dave A. Chokshi: “the science shows that monoclonal antibody treatments work and can make all the difference when it comes to the severity of COVID-19 illness.” It thus urged that “treatment should be given as soon as possible after someone tests positive for COVID-19.” Studies from Pfizer, cited by the agency, independently demonstrated just how effective the company’s antiviral treatment, called Paxlovid, can be: it “decreased Covid-19-linked hospitalisation or mortality risk from any cause by 88%.”

New York City Department of Health Press Release, Oct. 26, 2021

But with the Omicron variant now the dominant COVID strain in New York, both the city and state are facing severe shortages in the availability of effective antiviral monoclonal treatments. While Pfizer claimed its antiviral treatment would work against Omicron, the New York State Department of Health issued a memo to all health care providers this week warning that “Sotrovimab (Xevudy) is the only authorized monoclonal antibody product expected to be effective against the omicron variant.” Yet due to “a significant surge in cases and reduced effectiveness of existing therapeutics due to the omicron variant,” the agency warned that “supplies of oral antivirals will be extremely limited initially.” As of this week, the agency also said the same of its monoclonal antibody treatment: “supplies of Sotrovimab are extremely limited.”

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No Politician Dares To Utter The Obvious | SOTN: Alternative News, Analysis & Commentary

Posted by M. C. on December 16, 2021

“The Emperor Has No Clothes!”

By Walt Gelles

Many U.S. governors—all of them Republican—have vowed to resist President Biden’s authoritarian COVID-19 vaccine mandates.  GOP pushback includes executive orders, lawsuits, and legislative bills.  And all three of Biden’s mandates have now been blocked by federal courts, at least for now—the diktat requiring the genetic-cocktail jab for businesses with 100 or more employees, another mandate targeting healthcare workers, and a third aimed at federal contractors.

But while Republican politicians take aim at the vaccine MANDATES, not a single Senator, Representative, governor, or mayor of either party will come out and state the obvious:

“The Covid vaccines don’t work.  They don’t provide immunity, and they don’t prevent transmission of the virus, as the CDC now admits.  Countless people who have been double-vaccinated are subsequently diagnosed with COVID-19 infection.  All that the vaccines claim to do is reduce the severity of (mild) symptoms of COVID-19 illness.  This transient protection supposedly lasts 4 to 6 months.”  

“Even worse, there is overwhelming and irrefutable evidence that the COVID-19 genetic-modification treatments of Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Johnson & Johnson, falsely labeled ‘vaccines’, are directly killing and severely damaging millions of people both in the United States and around the world.  This is abundantly clear from the U.S. CDC/VAERS data (Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System) and the adverse-events reporting systems of the United Kingdom and the European Union.”

In Hans Christian Andersen’s famous fairy tale, only one lone boy observing the Emperor’s buck-naked procession through town had the courage to say: “The Emperor has no clothes!”  The throng of cowardly adults milling around the boy were in a trance of collective denial or else feigned ignorance of the obvious naked truth.

Today, the jabbed are in a trance of collective denial.  And not one politician has the courage to stand up and say the obvious naked truth:

“The so-called COVID-19 ‘vaccines’ all need to be taken off the market immediately.  All of these highly dangerous, often lethal ‘vaccines’ should have been withdrawn by February 2021 when it became empirically obvious that these defective products are massively injuring and killing people.  This slaughter is over a thousand times greater than any reputed deaths from COVID-19, a respiratory virus with a lower Infection Fatality Rate than the seasonal flu, according to the governments’ own data.” [1]

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FDA Now Wants 75 Years To Release Pfizer Vaccine Documents – LewRockwell

Posted by M. C. on December 13, 2021

More secret than the JFK assassination.

“ … it is dystopian for the government to give Pfizer billions, mandate Americans to take its product, prohibit Americans from suing for harms, but yet refuse to let Americans see the data underlying its licensure.”

By Michael Nevradakis, Ph.D.

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) now says it needs 75 years — up from the 55 years the agency initially requested — to fully release redacted versions of all documents related to the agency’s approval of Pfizer’s Comirnaty COVID-19 vaccine.

In a legal brief filed Dec. 7, the FDA said 59,000 additional pages of documents, not included in the agency’s earlier filings, need to be processed. The agency did not offer an explanation for why those documents initially were overlooked.

The agency said it can release an initial batch of approximately 12,000 pages by the end of January. Past that date, the FDA said it can process and disclose only 500 pages of documents per month.

This would mean the entire cache of documents would not be fully released until 2096. The FDA’s initial timeline would have meant the release of the documents would not be completed until 2076, or 55 years from now.

The FDA did not divulge the criteria it will use to select the initial 12,000 pages of documents, or how the agency will prioritize the release of those pages, or of additional pages going forward.

The documents in question stem from a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed in August by Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHMPT).

In its FOIA request, the group asked the FDA to release “all data and information for the Pfizer vaccine,” including safety and effectiveness data, adverse reaction reports, and a list of active and inactive ingredients.

In a filing submitted to a federal judge in November, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), arguing on behalf of the FDA, initially claimed the agency could process some 329,000 pages of documents at a rate of only 500 pages per month, in order to have time to redact legally exempt material.

According to the DOJ, such material includes “confidential business and trade secret information of Pfizer or BioNTech and personal privacy information of patients who participated in clinical trials.”

Attorney Aaron Siri, who represents PHMPT, requested the FDA release the documents within 108 days — the amount of time needed by the FDA to license the Comirnaty vaccine.

Remarking on the FDA’s latest request to extend the timeline from 55 to 75 years, Siri stated:

“[I]f you find what you are reading difficult to believe — that is because it is dystopian for the government to give Pfizer billions, mandate Americans to take its product, prohibit Americans from suing for harms, but yet refuse to let Americans see the data underlying its licensure.

“The lesson yet again is that civil and individual rights should never be contingent upon a medical procedure.”

Prior to the FDA’s request for the additional 20 years, U.S. Rep. Ralph Norman (R-S.C.), on Dec. 2, introduced legislation that would require the agency to release all records of information related to Pfizer COVID vaccines within 100 days.

Oral arguments set for Dec. 14

PHMPT, a group comprised of more than 30 medical and public health professionals and scientists from institutions such as Harvard, Yale, and UCLA, initially requested expedited processing of its FOIA submission on the basis there is a “compelling need” for the swift release of the documents in question.

When, in September, the FDA declined the request, Siri’s firm, Siri & Glimstad, filed a lawsuit against the agency on behalf of PHMPT. The lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.

PHMPT argued the release of the documents is a matter of urgency at a time where millions of Americans are facing mandates to get vaccinated or face repercussions.

As stated in PHMPT’s most recent brief demanding timely production of the documents:

“The entire purpose of FOIA is government transparency. In multiple recent cases, in upholding the FOIA’s requirement to ‘make the records promptly available,’ courts have required agencies, including the FDA, to produce 10,000 or more pages per month, and those cases did not involve a request nearly this important — i.e., the data underlying licensure of a liability-free product that the federal government requires nearly all Americans to receive.”

In its latest brief, the FDA cited several reasons justifying its proposed disclosure schedule.

The FDA claimed its Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, which maintains the records in question, has only 10 staff members, two of whom are “new.”

Additionally, the FDA argued an accelerated rate of release for the documents in question will divert “significant resources away from the processing of other FOIA requests that are also in litigation,” as well as other pending FOIA requests submitted prior to that of PHMPT.

According to Siri, response briefs from both sides are due on Dec. 13, and an oral argument will follow in court on Dec. 14.

FDA promised ‘full transparency’ prior to authorizing vaccines

As previously reported by The Defender, a study examining the processing of FOIA requests by the FDA and other federal public health agencies between 2008 and 2017 found the FDA processed 114,938 such requests, fully or partially granting 72.4% of them.

Of these requests, 39.8% were considered “complex.”

By contrast, the FDA now claims a backlog of 400 FOIA requests. It’s unclear how many pending requests are considered complex

Federal law prescribes a 20-day period for processing “complex” FOIA requests, although this timeframe is frequently exceeded.

According to the FDA, “complex requests,” such as “510K, PMA, and De novo records,” require “approximately 18-24 months to process,” a far cry from 55 (or 75) years.

Prior to authorizing or licensing COVID vaccines, the FDA promised full transparency on the process.

The federal government’s FOIA request guidelines outline two conditions under which a FOIA request may be processed on an expedited basis. The first is “if the lack of expedited treatment could reasonably be expected to pose a threat to someone’s life or physical safety.”

The second condition is “if there is an urgency to inform the public about an actual or alleged federal government activity if made by a person who is primarily engaged in disseminating information.”

In its legal brief, the FDA did not explain how the agency was able to review the nearly 400,000 Pfizer documents in order to expedite the approval of Pfizer’s vaccine in just 108 days.

The FDA also did not explain why the agency cannot expand its staffing capacity to better respond to FOIA requests, or why it can’t enlist the help of other federal agencies, such as the DOJ, which is handling the FDA’s legal defense against the PHMPT lawsuit.

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Erie Times E-Edition Article-School district investigating vaccine post by teacher

Posted by M. C. on December 7, 2021

Get the shot or get shot. Is she molding your children? How many of the education system’s Marxists think the same but are smart enough not to open their mouth?

Some interesting tidbits found on the perp’s now defunct Erie News Now site. Self avowed union member (presumably the teachers union), Pfizer advocate and NEA board member!!! Interesting mix of alliances. I wonder if she speaks for them.

That voice you hear in the back of your head is screaming PRIVATIZE!

Valerie Myers


General McLane School District officials are investigating a “potentially inappropriate” comment made by a district teacher on social media Sunday.

The comment was posted on the Erie News Now Facebook page by a General McLane High School teacher. The woman’s post was in response to a story about a Pennsylvania man who

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could lose his job for refusing to be vaccinated against COVID-19, according to Erie News Now, which first reported the incident Sunday.

The man is “going to put all the people around him in danger,” the teacher said in her post.

“I don’t know why the GOP doesn’t just take those guns they profess to love so much and just start shooting all of their constituents who feel this way,” she said. “It would be quicker and ultimately safer than putting me and my friends and family at risk.”

The teacher later removed the post, according to the General McLane School District.

“The district is aware of a potentially inappropriate social media comment by a staff member,” district spokeswoman Sarah Grabski said Monday. “The district will investigate the matter and act accordingly. In all situations, the district’s utmost concern is the safety of our students and staff.”

General McLane School District posted its pledge to investigate the matter on the district website Sunday after receiving emails and screenshots of the teacher’s post, Grabski said.

The district turned off comments on its post after about an hour on Sunday because some comments were inappropriate, Grabski said, who also confirmed that the teacher was not at the high school on Monday.

Contact Valerie Myers at vmyers@timesnews. com. Follow her on Twitter @ETNmyers.

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