They asked for Unvaccinated COVID Death Stories (Got 258k Unexpected Comments)

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A Detroit News Channel requested unvaccinated COVID-19 death stories and got 258k (so far) unexpected replies from those with Vaccine stories.

If the comment section of this post doesn’t wake some people up, I’m not sure what will.
https://www.facebook.com/wxyzdetroit/posts/10158207967261135

“After the vaccines were available to everyone, did you lose an unvaccinated loved one to COVID-19?” WXYZ-TV inquired in the Sept. 10 post. “If you’re willing to share your family’s story, please DM us your contact information. We may reach out for a story we’re working on.”

After WXYZ-TV posted its appeal for stories about unvaccinated loved ones dying of COVID, something remarkable happened. Over 200 thousand people commented asking them to report on recovering of COVID without a vaccine, the wrong treatment and patient abuse for those who got COVID or the vaccine, and the vaccine injuries and deaths.

Someone created this video to browse through the extremely long post (which Facebook has surprisingly still left active, which is very unusual – posts like this normally are removed when it doesn’t fit the “all hail the mighty safe & effective vaccine” narrative).

Click to watch in Full Screen Mode

Back on the 13th of September, I tried to take screenshots of them all but my computer couldn’t handle all the comments, but I’ve managed to screenshot the first 1,000 comments, which you can download here.

Click on “They asked for COVID Stories

You can also scroll through the post while it’s still up. Note that whilst Facebook hasn’t yet deleted the post, they are deleting comments. One day it has 258k comments, the next 128k comments, etc. I noticed this at the very start as well.

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