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Prophet Claims Celebrities Were Hired By Government To Promote Vaccine And Are Not Vaccinated

Vaccine debates never seem to end since everyone has their own set of justifications for their conspiracy beliefs. Some argue that the vaccine is beneficial to human health, while others argue that it is not. On the other hand, someone wondered on social media why celebrities and politicians immunized when they knew the vaccination was harmful to human health. Every day, we hear various opinions concerning vaccines' effects, yet the government continues to suggest that people should get vaccinated because no one has ever died from a vaccine.

Following that, Prophet, a well-known tweeter, issued a prophecy that stunned many people. Many people were persuaded to vaccinate after witnessing celebrities and politicians do so, but I doubt they will be persuaded after hearing this prophecy. He claimed that the government pays celebrities to post that they have been vaccinated in order to persuade others to get the vaccine. He went on to advise that anyone with a spiritual purpose should start a YouTube channel and warn others about this. Take a look at his tweet below:

Many people backed him up when he posted this, and they agreed to work together to launch a channel to warn people about what the government doesn't tell us about vaccines. Take a look at some of the comments below;

Prophet Rha is one of the most well-known figures on social media. Is it possible that the government sought to pay him to post that he, too, has been vaccinated? Remember that in recent days, he has been blogging more on vaccines, warning people not to take them. When one examines his prophetic history, it becomes clear that everything makes sense. The government appears to be withholding information regarding the vaccine from us. How do you feel about this? Is it possible that the government is withholding information from us? Please leave a comment below.

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