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Saltybitch 1 point ago +3 / -2

Do you know what 1 ml looks like in a syringe? To give you an idea, there are 5 ml per teaspoon. That entire syringe holds 1 ml of liquid. What was squirted back out came from such a small syringe there isn't enough space to give a dose, proper amount, and have that much left over.

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monkadelic 1 point ago +2 / -1

Ive been an RN for 25 years, I am familiar with syringes, and what 1 ml looks like. And its my opinion that's a locking syringe, the leftover is normal, and may seem like a lot coming from a tiny needle, but its insignificant. It would take 1-2 full seconds to empty a full tb syringe, not a quick squirt like that. I could go on and on, but there is nothing in that video of any consequence.

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Saltybitch 1 point ago +2 / -1

And that's your opinion, you're welcome to it. I do not agree. Regardless of who's right about the syringe size? Her "method" for this "injection" is literally bizarre. Makes no sense, whatsoever. But you should know that.

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monkadelic 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thats what I am attempting to explain to you. A locking syringe uses a safety mechanism where you have to push the plunger forward after an injection to lock the needle in place. That usually pushes out a small remaining liquid. If you've not seen it before maybe its bizarre, but using this video as any sort of evidence only makes us look uninformed.

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Saltybitch 0 points ago +1 / -1

It is a .3ml dose. Period. It's drawn up in a 1 ml syringe. They are not withdrawing enough of the "vaccine" per syringe to provide that much waste. With or without the safety mechanism. If someone is withdrawing enough "vaccine" to have this much left over? They are screwing up the entire process. If you'd like links to the training videos, put out by the "vaccine" manufacturers themselves, let me know.