(Natural News) A social media “influencer” hired by the White House has been caught trying to bribe hospital systems into procuring fake positive reviews about Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” in order to encourage more uptake.
Eben Vorster, a “digital relational organizer” at Main Street One, reportedly sent a private message to one institution offering a “paid Instagram partnership for one post” pushing Chinese Virus injections as the solution to the plandemic.
“I am reaching out to you to share a possible content partnership opportunity!” the message announced.
“For this campaign, we are looking for healthcare professionals who would like to address the topic of vaccine hesitancy with their social media audience. We want to hear from you about what the COVID vaccine means to you and why you’re tackling vaccine misinformation in this crucial vaccine rollout period.”
The message goes on to explain that once the targeted person or organization puts up the desired post, it will “get rewarded for your using your voice!”
Since Wuhan Flu shot uptake is dismally low across the United States, the medical fascists are busying trying to conjure up new ways to trick people into getting jabbed.
In Ohio, Republican Gov. Mike DeWine introduced a vaccine lottery to award five “lucky” winners $1 million each in exchange for reprogramming their DNA with mRNA chemicals.
China Joe and his cabinet are taking the tried-and-true influencer approach manipulating the medical system into pushing the injections in exchange for good ol’ cash.
“After all the recent firings of medical professionals for refusing to get vaccinated from the dangerous COVID-19 vaccine, it appears there is now a push to use communist style fake reviews to push the vaccine even further,” reported Populist.press.
Author: Ethan Huff
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