This is awful news for all vaccine recipients,

But it’s not about side-effects or reactions

And it also has nothing to do with the Delta variant…

Instead, this is about the fact that experts believe a second deadly virus is set to explode in the next 6-12 months.

None of today’s vaccines will be effective against it.

And although a vaccine for it will likely be developed after it breaks out…

It will be far more vicious… and kill far more people than the first pandemic… before any vaccine has a chance to stop it.

But not only will this new virus be worse than the first when you become infected with it…

The government’s response will be far more severe as well.

Instead of mask mandates and lockdowns… we’ll be faced with Martial Law and “indefinite quarantines.”

If you’re wondering how this could ever happen…

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