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cryptoa 161 points ago +162 / -1

It is interesting that the only thing not effected by the supply chain crisis is the vaccines.

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TheOne1 [S] 110 points ago +110 / -0

It's almost like they had warehouses full of this shit?

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cryptoa 58 points ago +59 / -1

Or its alot easier to ship water and saline around the world.....

But seriously how come none of the vaccine is stuck off a port in LA or something ?

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RandoMando2A 9 points ago +9 / -0

Prolly explains why the vaxx has markers from SARS and AIDS in it. Vaxxing the world has been their plan for a while now but they having failure to launch so the vaxx just keeps getting repurposed through the decades…lol.

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labiator 5 points ago +5 / -0

small and perishable so flown around the world

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Build_Back_Bankrupt 44 points ago +44 / -0

wArP sPeEd!!!

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TheOne1 [S] 27 points ago +27 / -0

oR BulLsHiT?

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Build_Back_Bankrupt 28 points ago +28 / -0

It does lend some credibility to the placebo theories, however yeah, if you consider all of the logistics involved, not just producing the juice, but the acquisition of the bottles, filling the bottles, making and printing the inserts/labels/packaging. Even if the vast majority of it were just saline you'd still have to go through all of the steps to provide it. And then there's the distribution of it during a supply chain "crisis".

Considering all of that, it is probably all coming out of China, which could shed some light on the supply chain issues, freeze the chain and bypass it with the vax. Kinda like people driving down the shoulder when there's a traffic jam.

Clearly, if this stuff is/was being made in China it would put a huge dent in its credibility and even less people would want it.

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Michigirl 18 points ago +18 / -0

So the American taxpayer is footing the bill for billions of saline injections. Nice.

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4more 9 points ago +9 / -0

And think about the profits on saline versus actually producing something

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Build_Back_Bankrupt 4 points ago +4 / -0

Maybe they had a huge stockpile of liberal tears after the 2016 election?

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Amaroq64 2 points ago +2 / -0

Only the most exquisite saline for the discerning magapede.

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QSWO1 10 points ago +10 / -0

The stored at -90° does not seem to be a issue either.

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Build_Back_Bankrupt 8 points ago +8 / -0

Yeah that's a good point, I kinda called BS when I found out they had to keep it that cold.

My thought was that it was either a theft deterrent or that it was engineered that way to create a barrier to market entry for vax competitors.

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worldofsmut 4 points ago +6 / -2

not just producing the juice, but the acquisition of the bottles, filling the bottles, making and printing the inserts/labels/packaging.

Coca‑Cola makes products 1.7 billion times every single day globally—about 19,400 beverages every second.

This is stupid.

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Build_Back_Bankrupt 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yeah, and Coca-Cola has been making sugar water since 1886, and I'm pretty sure they didn't get to that level of production inside 18 months.

Not to mention the fact that soft drinks are far less regulated than vaccines.

Not saying it's impossible, but it is sus. Are there any good documentaries showing how they pulled off this feat? Usually there are documentaries about such feats.

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worldofsmut 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not saying it's impossible

OP is. Clearly it isn't.

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NZbacon 2 points ago +2 / -0

How many decades did it take to get that scale of production?

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PocketPosse 0 points ago +2 / -2

This is what I thought. I didnt understand the 1 vax per second being unbelievable.

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justinkayz 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good answer

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IamBACK 13 points ago +13 / -0

It's almost like they had warehouses full of this shit?

It is being sold under a U.S. Patent issued in 2012.
They had lots of time to make it.

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Olds777 3 points ago +4 / -1

This kind of mass production is far from unheard of. I believe this was deliberately created through gain of function, but look how many painkillers and other drugs are used and created worldwide daily. We have massive industrial capacity world wide and this has been in production for over a year with more capacity added worldwide. I was watching one factory churn out bottles of this shit in less than a second per bottle and that's assuming they only have one line going in that factory.

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Amaroq64 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah I'm skeptical about this OP. We need sauce proving that this accusation isn't retarded.

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Backslash2099 1 point ago +2 / -1

The accusation is retarded, manufacturing on this scale is easy, 1 dose per second is child's play to modern manufacturing. I wouldn't be surprised if a single manufacturer is pumping out 10,000 doses per second across all of their manufacturing plants, let alone all of the manufacturers combined.

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magaroll 1 point ago +2 / -1

Look they got Germany to make them because they have superior systematic production. After all they figured out how to burn 6 million bodies with a hand full of incinerators and a fraction of the time needed to do so by standard means!

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OrangeElvis 53 points ago +53 / -0

I would like a verified pharma industry pede to weigh in here. There are logistics and manufacturing capacities that can sound far-fetched but may not be in reality.

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-jjjjjjjjjj- 55 points ago +55 / -0

I've consulted on some pharma stuff. Making this number of doses is not in itself impossible. The issue to me is that it normally takes months to validate a facility, months to validate that facility's process, months to go from lab-scale to production scale, and months to do stability testing. It also takes months to find and validate material suppliers. Now a lot of this can be done in parallel if you're confident in your suppliers and process, but it still would normally take the better part of a year to do.

The vaccine makers started development on vaccines in January 2020 and they each had a final product candidate by spring of 2020 and they started manufacturing them by May 2020 with the assumption they'd get approval. That means they went from zero to manufacturing in less than 4 months. That is unheard of in pharma. It takes more than 4 months to stand up a new manufacturing line for a simple generic product that the company already makes.

Corners had to be cut, regulatory approvals rubber stamped or ignored, and tolerances were likely relaxed. I would not be at all surprised if a significant number of the vaccine injuries are caused by tainted or out-of-spec doses.

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R1NOHUNT3R 7 points ago +7 / -0

All that validation got crunched down to about 4 months. Usually though you're right 2 years is a more realistic time line. But the equipment and spaces were already validated for other products and just need to prove they can effectively run it which they can do with water in the correct vial size. But also Pfizer didn't start any actual production runs until labor day weekend 2020. That run failed and the first usable product ran the next weekend.

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HeavyVetting 4 points ago +4 / -0

I agree with you, at least part of the reasoning for not taking advantage of full FDA approval is the manufacturing requirements. They say the approved Pfizer vaccine is basically the same thing but they would have to meet much stricter requirements to apply the approved label. And why go to the effort of doing it properly if the FDA is going to let you keep giving boosters under the EUA with limited quality control and liability?

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BirchTBarlow 2 points ago +2 / -0

Isn't that the whole point of Trump's Operation Warp Speed? Remove the regulations and things get done faster than normal.

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Backslash2099 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes.

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VolareVia 17 points ago +18 / -1

It's not really that far fetched. A single dose is 0.5 ml, or 0.0176 oz of active ingredient. The rest is a combination of preservatives and water. For reference, that means a single gallon of active material makes for a first dose for 56 people.

If they produce millions of gallons as fast as they can, then it certainly is possible, especially since the genetic blueprint for this vaccine has been around for over 15 years. It was just recalibrated for Covid.

I don't deny there's likely a big reduction in QA though. There has to be to mass produce anything cheaply. Vaccines manufacturers are governed by the triangle of manufacturing effectiveness, same as all other things:

If it is made good, and made fast, it cannot be made cheap.

If it is made good, and made cheap, it cannot be made fast.

If it is made cheap, and made fast, it cannot be made good. <- This is likely what we got.

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UrShulgi 8 points ago +8 / -0

Your math seems a bit off. Your reference says:

a single gallon of active material makes for a dose for 56 people.

A gallon is 128 fluid ounces. So the formula would be this: 128 / 0.0176 = 7,272

So a gallon would juice up 7.2k people, not 56 people.

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20KAG20 5 points ago +5 / -0

You RACIST with your math numbers and such.

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ColoRobo 2 points ago +2 / -0

This person makes a really good point y’all. Follow the science.

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20KAG20 2 points ago +2 / -0

Exactly. Remember, science has NOTHING to do with math. Math is RACIST. Following science is not.

Side note: You can only follow science though, if you try and science yourself, you’re a RACIST. Dr. Fauci is the only one allowed to science.

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VolareVia 1 point ago +1 / -0

My bad. I typically use metric, so I did the imperial conversion wrong :(

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AHonkTooFar 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't deny there's likely a big reduction in QA though

Like with agent orange, if they hadn't rushed production it never would have contained all that dioxin (a contaminant produced at high temperatures eg when you're speeding production and don't have a rat's ass).

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AHonkTooFar 2 points ago +2 / -0

One dose a second is also a weird assumption, they produce vaccines in batches not one dose at a time.

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Gonzotron5000 1 point ago +1 / -0

Im thinking the emergency use might have something to do with it. I would guess higher standards and therefore more difficult manufacturing requirments for the FDA approved Cofirmniinanany whatever Pvizer vaccine.

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worldofsmut 1 point ago +2 / -1

Maybe get a soft drink manufacturer to weigh in.

Coca‑Cola Company makes 1.7 billion products every single day. That is, about 19,400 beverages every second.

Suddenly Covid vaccines seem rather easy in comparison.

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NZbacon 1 point ago +2 / -1

Sugar water isn't comparable.

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-jjjjjjjjjj- 33 points ago +33 / -0

I don't know about it being stockpiled, but it is true that supply chain issues are normally extremely common and difficult to resolve in pharma manufacturing. I have serious doubts that CGMP is being followed or that all of the ingredients are of the required quality and purity. No telling how many people have been maimed or killed by contaminated or substandard batches.

Another thing, I recall when the vaccines were rolling out how it was a nightmare to transport and store because the mRNA vaccines needed special sub-zero freezers. Now, I see vaccines being offered on street corners, churches, offices, and tons of places that surely are not equipped with special freezers. Why are they all of a sudden able to store and transport the vaccines without special freezers?

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escariot 14 points ago +14 / -0

I've wondered the same thing. I'm pretty sure they just said, "Welp, there's no way we can make that work so fuck it. Just jab em it's fine."

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-jjjjjjjjjj- 16 points ago +16 / -0

It makes sense if you assume the vaccines don't actually work and are just being pushed as a societal control device. No need to keep it frozen if you're not expecting it to work either way.

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AHonkTooFar 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think that's exactly it.

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Consumerbot381732 2 points ago +2 / -0

They changed their formula. Recently heard about this on a Mercola podcast where he interviewed Dr Meryl Nass. From "What You Need to Know About Comirnaty" by Mercola:

New Formulations Have Never Been Tested

Another truly egregious fact is that Pfizer has altered its formulation, allegedly to make it more stable, but this new formulation has never been included in any of the trials. Nass explains:

“During the October 26, 2021, VRBPAC [Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee] meeting, Pfizer said, ‘Look, we want to give the vaccines in doctor’s offices and we’ve found a way to stabilize the vaccine so we don’t need those ultra-cold fridges anymore. We can put these vials in a doctor’s office and, once defrosted, they can sit in a regular fridge 10 weeks and they’ll be fine.’

Some committee members asked, ‘OK, what’d you do? How did you make this marvelous discovery?’ And they said, ‘We went from the phosphate buffered saline buffer to a Tris buffer, and we slightly changed some electrolytes.’ A committee member asked, ‘OK, how did that make it so much more stable?’ And everybody in the meeting from FDA and Pfizer looked at each other and said, ‘We don’t know.’

An hour later, Pfizer had one of their chemists get on the line, but he couldn’t explain how the change in buffer led to a huge increase in stability, either. Then, later in the meeting, one of the members of the committee asked, ‘Did you use this new formulation in the clinical trial?’

And Dr. Bill Gruber, the lead Pfizer representative, said, ‘No, we didn’t.’ In other words, Pfizer plans, with FDA connivance, to use an entirely new vaccine formulation in children, after their clinical trials used the old formulation. This is grossly illegal. They’ve got a new formulation of vaccine. It wasn’t tested in humans. And they’re about to use it on 28 million American kids.”

His podcasts can be dense, and pretty long, but filled with good info: https://www.mercola.com/downloads/podcast.htm

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Data 1 point ago +1 / -0

I have serious doubts that CGMP is being followed or that all of the ingredients are of the required quality and purity. No telling how many people have been maimed or killed by contaminated or substandard batches.

No need to care about that when governments pass laws giving you blanket legal immunity. You could fill every vial with lead and mercury and label it "COVID VACCINE" and no one could stop you... or even notice what you'd done.

But people are lining up to get the shot. They're exciting about it. They think they're doing something great and noble. It's a mass psychosis.

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worldofsmut 0 points ago +1 / -1

You're assuming they're all made at one central location.

They aren't.

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Aggrieved03 20 points ago +20 / -0

Go read the emails between Fauci and Zuckerberg. A vaccine was ready for testing when Fauci was still saying Covid wouldn't effect us.

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HeavyVetting 3 points ago +3 / -0

"Just in case."

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thisisatestof2 16 points ago +16 / -0

Either that or the number of people who actually took the shot is much, much, much lower than they tell us. Hence the overabundance of supply.

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_Cabal_ 8 points ago +9 / -1

I've always assumed this was the case, regardless. Just like their official "infection" and "death" numbers were fudged beyond belief, and how flagrantly unreliable their shitty tests have always been.

I naturally assume they lie about everything until proven otherwise. And I find that I'm usually right to do so, because they do, in fact, lie about everything to one degree or another.

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Hades440 3 points ago +3 / -0

Also a lower percentage of the population being vaccinated just makes the percentage of vaccinated people in hospitals even worse. If 50% of the general population is vaccinated, and 50% of the hospitalized population is vaccinated, it may not be related. If only 5% of the general population is actually vaccinated and they still make up 50% of hospitalizations, that's bad news bears for the shot.

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PocketPosse -2 points ago +1 / -3

I think a majority really did take it. Elderly republicans took it when it was still Trumps poison that no democrat trusted and then all the dems took it once it was "Biden trusting the science."

Would guess upper 50% if I had to.

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markolbb 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's possible, but so many people brag about getting multiple shots (for whatever reason that's beyond my understanding) that I would tend to think the numbers aren't extremely far off. Almost everybody that I know has gotten two shots, some "boosters".

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MawaDeBlanco1 10 points ago +10 / -0

equipment just doesn't sit, they would have had to add capacity. every piece of equipment needs validation testing and approval. every batch needs stability samples. this was either planned, or produced ahead of time.

and what about it having to stay frozen? where is the incremental transportation for that?

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R1NOHUNT3R 3 points ago +3 / -0

The equipment was already there on 2 lines and they just happened to start adding a new line in 2018 that just happens to run the Vax perfectly. So now they have 3 production lines for it at Pfizer. Validation is much shorter for adding a new product to existing equipment, couple that with everyone forcing it through as fast as they can and it gets done pretty quick. Also the new line was validated using other products then once Rona showed up all they had to do was add it on. That production line had never made a sellable product before the vax came along.

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micaarzur 1 point ago +1 / -0

As far as it needing to stay frozen, I believe you can just ship it through existing methods alongside some dry ice.

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MawaDeBlanco1 9 points ago +9 / -0

batch manufacturing. takes lots of lead time and planning for the kettles and packaging lines, etc. trust me, this just didn't happen overnight. I've worked 30 years in pharmaceutical otc and personal care batch mfg...we know the truth.

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Dunkin4COVAIDS 9 points ago +9 / -0

This is very interesting and something I need to think on further. In order to manufacture 1 billion doses in a year, they'd have to produce ~32 doses per second. I'd have to understand the equipment, the formulation/mixing time for the vaccines, the time it takes to load equipment for vial distribution, packaging time of vials, etc. I think robotic equipment may be able to fill vials at that rate; somethin like 64 vials every 2 seconds or 128 vials every 4 seconds, etc. that average out to 32 every second. But you will almost always have bottlenecks in your pipeline whether it's at packaging, shipping, or maybe even in the frontend mixing and formulation. It would seem like quite the feat of modern engineering if they could pull it off.

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JerryNadlerBeltFund 7 points ago +7 / -0

Pfizer ships in 1.5-ml vials - enough for 5 doses. Dilute 6:1 with saline, so that's 1.8ml of saline solution, to 0.3 ml of the magic clot juice.

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heightnoise 5 points ago +5 / -0

This is the most realistic explanation, and the one I'm going with. Jabs are "free" when you get em because payment was made from taxpayers at point of manufacture, not point of administration.

Also, look up Sequoia Pharmaceuticals' patents from 4/28/2003. The formulas have been sitting in Pfizer/Crucell/J&J proprietary holdings for YEARS, and they lied and withheld it from GEOTUS so he couldn't take any credit and instead be a scapegoat. And, guess what patent was applied for on 4/26/2003 (and thus was "secret" as all pending patents are to prevent invention theft) and whose data somehow became the genesis the 4/28 patent is based off of. The genomic sequencing of novel coronavirus in humans, by scientists connected with the CDC. Isn't insider trading delightful? /s

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scoobydoobydoo 8 points ago +10 / -2

Nope. You don’t understand manufacturing.

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M8kMdlErthGr8Again 5 points ago +5 / -0

Especially when a lot of the red tape was cut and rubber stamped.

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TommyJarvis 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yeah seriously, does OP think they are crocheting the clot shot doses or something?

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ThisTrainHasNoBrakes 7 points ago +8 / -1

Honestly? We can thank Trump and Operation Warp Speed for this one.

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2008RonPaul2012 5 points ago +5 / -0

Why would I want to thank him for assisting in genocide?

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ThisTrainHasNoBrakes 13 points ago +13 / -0

To be fair, if the election hadn’t been stolen, the alternate timeline is that the news would be showing vaccine injury 24/7 on the news cycle.

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TootsMcGoots 4 points ago +4 / -0

Just wait until ‘22 or perhaps ‘24, all the ‘dangerous disinformation” currently being censored everywhere regarding vaccine injury / ineffectiveness will be plastered everywhere and blamed on Trump.

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labiator 1 point ago +1 / -0

Did he mandate though?

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trumpORbust 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yep -- a real win-win for the commies

Get Trump out and take all power Or Trump gets blamed for all VAX deaths and put on numberg trial

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Krysdavar 4 points ago +4 / -0

Damn, sometimes I think "I'm" a "normie" when I realize this information is something I never thought about. And I've been pretty skeptical about everything that has to do with the COOF so far.

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YouNeedVPN 4 points ago +5 / -1

Do you think they make this one syringe at a time? How many doses do you think they get out of a single 10,000 gallon vat of chemical brew?

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R1NOHUNT3R 3 points ago +3 / -0

They run it out of thousand liter tanks, they don't really use imperial measurements at Pfizer. Just a heads up.

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YouNeedVPN 2 points ago +2 / -0

Great!

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browndrill 4 points ago +4 / -0

most of the shots are just saline, only a few get the real genetic alteration

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Crappydatum 3 points ago +3 / -0

I've read as high as 40% are saline

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browndrill 4 points ago +4 / -0

I bet that's a NICE profit margin on salt water

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JerryNadlerBeltFund 5 points ago +5 / -0

I'd prefer that treatment. Where can I get my expensive salt water shot and corresponding "you get to keep your job" "official" vax card?

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browndrill 2 points ago +2 / -0

love your screen name, I had a good laugh!

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antimatter 4 points ago +4 / -0

Or... You are vastly underestimating their manufacturing capabilities?

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JerryNadlerBeltFund 3 points ago +3 / -0

1 unit per second is pretty slow throughput for a single pharma packaging line, and with mandated demand, but I would agree with others posting here that "warp speed" ramp-up and the "formulate, manufacture, verify" backwards approach probably introduced some errors. Of course, errors and efficacy don't matter with the vax, because it doesn't have to work to test your compliance.

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RonColumbus 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm surprised I haven't considered this but it's an interesting question. I'm going to ask a person I know about this. They worked for a big pharmaceutical company - specifically on the distribution aspect. They are also drinking the Kool-Aid so maybe I can get some perspective and a red pill delivery at the same time. I'll let you know.

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michelleobama22 3 points ago +5 / -2

he doesnt know how factories work? you can make more than one dose at a time

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TruthWillOut 3 points ago +4 / -1

Without prior planning?

This has been planned for decades.

They just needed to infiltrate and install the right persons on the right spots before they could start it.

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Jackno8d 0 points ago +1 / -1

I don't see anyone else mentioning it so I'll respomd to your post. Good guys were planning how to stop a world wide virus/genocide/whatever new attack they could think the bad guys might dream up. Bad guys mean while were thinking up all the craziest shit they could.

So it's highly likely (like 100%) there were military plans already on a shelf in how to manufacture and give every American a shot in as little time as possible. Operation warp speed is probably legit Trump taking out the file that would be the equivalent of Armageddons shoot down the meteor in a few months. What if they did release something way worse? We still don't know shit. Trump acted when news broke, I'm thinking vaccine deaths and injuries are probably manufacturing defects from needing to go warp speed. I mean I still can't nail down anywhere close to whether this shit is real or its actually a bioweapon or how dangerous it actually is for any age range besides children, really doesn't seem to do shit to children. You do get your odd 20 year olds who go down hard with weird not flu stuff.

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DeplorableDC 3 points ago +3 / -0

...Interdasting

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Reave 3 points ago +5 / -2

Its almost like the poster forgot about mass productions. Oh well. I gather they can pump out this shit at a much higher rate than 1 dose per second. I would call this an I don't understand how shit works so it must be a conspiracy comment. There are plenty of legitimate things to attack without making up bs.

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RiverFenix 2 points ago +2 / -0

you could be right about some aspects of the above, but you must acknowledge these manufacturers are the only ones on the planet not to suffer from shortages or workforce sickness/layoffs.

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B1ueCo11ar 2 points ago +2 / -0

I remember a certain question concerning cookies and ovens that went just about the same way.

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R1NOHUNT3R 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well Pfizer runs it on 3 lines of varying speeds but their newest solution suspension line runs at right about 600 to maybe 650 vials a minute, so that's 10 a sec if you take the lower number for easy math. Then add in the other lines that produce at probably 200 vials a minute tops and that's a lot more than one per second. Also there's more manufacturers than just Pfizer so I can't speak on the others but that's Pfizers production.

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RiverFenix 1 point ago +1 / -0

but what's the rate at which the concoction is pumped from the underground storage tanks.

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R1NOHUNT3R 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's not. They manufacture it by the thousand liter tank in formulation then wheel it to production, park it outside the filling suite on the grade D side then hook to the grade A side of the filling suite using the alpha beta ports on the windows.

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RiverFenix 1 point ago +1 / -0

how long does it take to manufacture it by 1000 litre tank, how many mL do the vials take?

is there a sanitization process between batches?

What sort of quality control is done on individual batches, or the boxes of bottles from the manufacturer of those - just wondering if we're ordering bottles that are low quality.

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R1NOHUNT3R 2 points ago +2 / -0

The vials have an extremely small fill. I forget the exact amount, I wanna say it started out as an 8ml fill per vial and 4 doses per vial. Then I think it switched to 5 doses and the fill remained the same but the dose changed or maybe both? When I left I know there was talk of a different fill with 6 doses. I could not honestly say what it is today.

I was in engineering so the exact time of a batch to manufacture a tank wasn't something I can speak to. I can say that there were some equipment issues that were being worked through that could really increase production. But the production I saw was not the endgame system. They had recently built an additional warehouse on site connected to the main production building which conveniently made room for them to clear out warehouse space in the main building and start construction on a dedicated manufacturing area to just make Vax. I have no idea how fast it will produce it but when I saw it, I knew there would be way more than 2 shots. What they're putting out now is just what they've managed to convert existing equipment and one brand new line into. This new facility is built just to make Vax.

If you're expecting me to speak I'll of Pfizers manufacturing process or how they track batches, you won't hear it that from me. They may be evil, but they are good at what they do. But here is my take.

Yes they sanitize between runs. In fact the main line the Vax runs on just happens to be brand new and extremely clean. They will tear the entire line down and sanitize everything between runs.

The vials? You mean like are they tracking if they're quality? We ordered glass from different manufacturers all the time but I didn't need to know why we changed so the guys of procurement or finance could answer that. I'd have to go with maybe?

Batch tracking? Everything is tracked. Everything. Record keeping is the gospel there. I've seen no faster way to get fired than falsifying a document. When it comes to individuals batches every batch has a stack of hard copy paperwork that moves with it throughout the process along with a digital system that tracks everything.

I know you have no reason to believe me. But would I write all that, on a comment with one upvote, on my phone, just to lie?

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RiverFenix 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have no reason to believe you're lying to me about any of the above.

Thanks for taking the time.

I work in Quality Assurance and I know for a fact /how/ corners are cut

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R1NOHUNT3R 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was just giving my view from my perspective. It always seemed to me like tracking and paperwork was done well but I tried to keep my name and initials as far away from any of the batch records as I could. Now if you wanna know about cutting corners in engineering ....

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RiverFenix 2 points ago +2 / -0

batch records are all well and good, but it's like when the military issues you something expensive and you have to sign for it...

Everyone jokingly says "Sign your life away, here"

When Pfizer and the other manufacturers are held accountable (they aren't) they always pass the buck down to the person whose signature is on the batch.

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prayinpede 1 point ago +1 / -0

Is today your first day on the internet?

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MoonLevelStop 1 point ago +1 / -0

Whatever the standards are, they are less under Warp Speed than under normal conditions.

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GrayManNumber333 2 points ago +2 / -0

Or it’s mostly saline solution with a few batches of actual doses mixed in for experimentation. Mostly saline means you get to say it’s safe mostly.

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Suture_Self 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's an interesting line of questioning but I feel like one vial second is an arbitrary random number. Have you seen cola bottling plant videos? They pump them out at significantly higher numbers. I would like to know how many vials per minute are typically produced on an industrial scale, rather than just someone saying "1 per second sounds good"

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ThorsonTT 2 points ago +3 / -1

This isn't some artisan/ craft brew! Big pharma is churning this stuff out like Budweiser. When a dose is only a few milliliters a batch goes a long way. I'm sure that if there are supply issues a quick phone call from an alphabet agency cures the problem.

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prayinpede 1 point ago +1 / -0

Squirting it into.vials is the bottle neck. Plus at one point they supposedly had to keep them well below freezing. So where are there giant mega freezers to store them before shipping.

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JustifiedTrumpian 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is like the clone wars...

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MaximusOrwellius 2 points ago +2 / -0

If there is a global conspiracy to lower the global population and the conspirators are competent, wouldn't they just release an actually deadly virus in the first place? I don't doubt there's some conspiracy, but is there reason to believe the conspirators are not all evil geniuses?

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XCorneliusX 3 points ago +3 / -0

If a mass die off occurred, those that remained would be in abject absolute fear and worthless as a slave to the new order.

The kill off has to be slower, such as our possible 5 years

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RiverFenix 1 point ago +1 / -0

Don't forget these people are lucifarians first and foremost, they have to damn you through your own choices.

The Jab is and always has been a choice people are making.

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SpicyAmerican 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks for doing that math :)

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Edial 2 points ago +2 / -0

Interesting take. So that would mean if these factories could be found they could be destroyed.

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RiverFenix 1 point ago +1 / -0

these factories are staffed by people Bill Cooper and Phil Schneider would be happy to describe.

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NotDoneWinning 2 points ago +2 / -0

"54.2% of the world population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 7.94 billion doses have been administered globally, and 29.93 million are now administered each day."

Source: https://ourworldindata.org/covid-vaccinations

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golinveaux 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's kind of like doing the math on gassing & cremation...the numbers and facts just don't add up....

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IeatCrakerzNbed 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well if you consider that in the begining most of it was saline water which served 2 purposes, bilk the taxpayers and lessen the VAERs to build "consumer confidence" and hide the effects until they could get it mandated by the 3rd dose, which by then the ratio of saline shots to actual eugenics shots could be reversed by a steady inversion based on productivity, which also creates a more natural looking steady influx in injury and death. I'd estimate right now the ratio of shots to saline are still under 50/50. Also they'll start the kids dosage back around 5% shots to /95% saline to keep the injury/deaths down and give them the illusion of efficacy ( considering the percentage of children affected by this bullshit china flu is below 1 and closer to zero. So the kids numbers bring the adult injuries down while they're increasing the percentage of shots in the saline batches to adults.

It's too obvious not to be factual at this point. Their next move is to claim the symptomless Omicron variant's symptoms are vaccine side effects because they're pumping this shit in our kids now. There is no Omicron, there's only gene therapeutic side effects. They need a fake new variant to blame the increase in side effects on as they increase the percentage of shots/saline in the children's roll out.

These are not very bright con artists banking on their ability to baffle you with bullshit because they can't dazzle you with brilliance. They don't ever have answers, they have excuses, and that the universal "tell" of a con artist...or in this case, a network of them.

And the advantage to their network, what is driving this whole racket, is that all of them have someone they're assigned to blame their failures on. Even FauXi, his go to default is not that he's an ineffective invalid grifter that facilitated the whole thing, but politicians are standing in the way of his success. Everything is whoever is exposing his corruptions' fault. There's a handful of experts who support FauXi and thousands who are screaming from the rooftops that his basic premise of Virology is so ass backwards that it has to be deliberate. There's no such thing as a virus mutating into a more virulent strain, they become weaker as they become more transmissible.

His excuses are his tell just like any con artist.

Any competent interrogator doesn't have to understand virology to see his excuses expose his lies. The variants are becoming less virulent and more transmissible. Anyone who's recovered from it will have robust immunity long after the virus mutates into an asymptomatic endemic contagion that they will personally never be infected with and if they do they'll be asymptomatic and by chance they do transmit it they'll transmit it to others with their antibodies just like in a vaccine, just like all of us contract all kinds of pathogens that we never even know about, UNLESS we start pumping ourselves with experimental eugenics experiments and let them destroy our immune systems.

This is the only purpose of these shots and that's exactly the only reason they need to force all of us to keep playing saline roulette until they get their production levels up to were there's no more saline lots.

...but I'm preaching to the choir and we all figured this out already . RIGHT?

Either that or in need to wear my tinfoil hat so low that I need to cut eyeholes and breather holes in it.

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invalid_data 1 point ago +1 / -0

His math needs some work because they can definitely produce more than 1/sec given how parallel production lines they have. They don't just have one line. It's also three manufacturers. The whole thing is definitely pushing their limits but I don't think it's impossible. From being in manufacturing I guarantee they were producing at risk before any EUA was submitted.

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RiverFenix 1 point ago +1 / -0

You're presupposing every element of the operation is ready to go with no interruptions from sickness, supply or inclement weather.

Everything running without a hitch doesn't explain why these companies had foresight to buy enough bottles and syringes but not enough masks for every individual on the planet.

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Black-RAM 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well that shit stain fauchi did say in 2017 that President Trump was going to face a plandemic....planned well in advance apparently.

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Backslash2099 1 point ago +1 / -0

I mean from a simple manufacturing stand point, yes they could easily, all combined, be making probably 100s of doses per second. That's not that hard to imagine. I'm all for poking holes in the vaccine, but this isn't it.

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party12 1 point ago +1 / -0

Look at all the Executive Orders Joe Biden signed on his first day in office.

On that very same day, he asked the question "what am I signing?"

All of this is part of the same plan.

Democrats stole the election using the "emergency" state of affairs to change laws and control the masses.

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Spawnlingman 1 point ago +1 / -0

Probably only sent the real vaccine to specific areas around the world. The elite we know aren't taking it or are safe from the mandates. The rest of everyone is getting a placebo and having zero reactions to it. It puts holes in a lot of theories.

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IamBACK 1 point ago +1 / -0

It began with a U.S. Patent issued in 2012.

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worldofsmut 1 point ago +2 / -1

This is retarded.

Yes, they've had prior experience in mass production. For example virtually ever fucking other pharmaceutical.

See also Coca Cola.

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223_Liberty_Tree 1 point ago +1 / -0

RaveyDaveyGravey1 very credible

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Hades440 1 point ago +2 / -1

Why do they think it's limited to one unit per second? I work in the packaging industry and even the slower machines can put out 4 or 5 units per second. I imagine something as small as a vaccine shot could be upwards of 20 a second.

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Women4Trump2020 1 point ago +1 / -0

Watch “Utopia” on Prime

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LarryBugman 1 point ago +1 / -0

Can you explain this strange occurrence to me using an analogy involving cookies?

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Trump4WorldPresident 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well considering how small a dose is it's not surprising. It's very much possible to pump out tons of stuff per day. But it has to be simple to make. Point is in the best case scenario it's piss easy to make and they're selling it for a massively inflated price.

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RiverFenix 1 point ago +1 / -0

we're talking pouring water into battles from a tap compared to mixing and distributing measured portions into tiny bottles which must be kept at -20C... (apparently not so much anymore as you never really hear about that, nobody I've met in the transportation industry has picked up extra shifts transporting them)..

while most of us don't know the logistics, it's a reasonable question to ask how they could produce the quantity in the time given, given the labour and materials shortages everyone else on the planet is suffering.

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DearCow 1 point ago +2 / -1

...or they're selling off their old, worn out vaccines from decades ago.

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SomeDudeGuy 1 point ago +1 / -0

The elves have been busy this Christmas sending you special presents they've spent years making.

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_Cabal_ 1 point ago +2 / -1

wArP sPeEd to HELL

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Pfizer-Survivor 1 point ago +1 / -0

Clearly, they're making it at a rate faster than one dose per second.

Does this guy think it's being brewed by hand, one vial at a time, like some hipster craft brew?

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2016TrumpMAGA 1 point ago +1 / -0

FFS, some of you are absolute morons.

It's not like building cars on an assembly line, it's like cooking. They don't make the shit a dose at a time, they make it a million doses at a time. In case you forgot, for months after the 'vaccines' were announced there was a very limited supply while they ramped up production and distribution.

The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines have a shelf life of 90 days if stored at sub freezing temperatures, and the J&J about a year. At normal refrigerator temperatures - the temps they are injected at - they all only last a week.

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