Is Kansas leading the fight against Covid-19 tyranny?
Recently, Kansas Governor Laura Kelly signed an order which would force employers to accept broad exemptions to the vaccine mandate or face a hefty fine of $50,000 for failing to do so.
Now we have reports of Johnson County Sheriff Calvin Hayden using innovative technology to screen his employees for natural immunity to Covid-19.
This is a win for logic, rationality, and freedom….
It’s a shame The CDC can’t seem to outright acknowledge natural immunity, or herd immunity, and that is because The CDC, just like every other alphabet agency is bought and paid for by corporations…
They dance around it, and they’ve quietly admitted to it, but where are the billboards, where are the PSA’s?
Here’s more on the story:
Sheriff Hayden tells us via National File :
Hayden explained that “This testing allows our employees to make an informed decision on what to do about their own health,” and said that he is “happy to offer this resource to anyone who wants to take advantage of it at the Sheriff’s Office. So far, the response has been overwhelmingly positive.”
Johnson County, Kansas is the most populous county in Kansas and encompasses much of the Kansas City Metropolitan Area that falls within the borders of Kansas.
@drsanjaygupta You, @joerogan and @JamieVernon discussed the need for better antibody testing. AditXT has been awaiting EUA approval for 9 months. It’s the answer needed for those who have natural immunity to avoid vaccine updates. https://t.co/W3sbdqsD1N
— Henny Agbayani (@agbayani_1) October 18, 2021
Projections are holding for the pandemic to basically be over in the next 30 days and mostly over NOW. More vaccinations will make little to no difference as do masks. Fauci is desperately holding on to his power as it’s slipping away by moving goalposts! pic.twitter.com/RteaJenv4I
— R. Lamartiniere, MD (@rlamartini) May 6, 2021
The Kansas City Star had more on Adixt:
Aditxt has an immune monitoring technology, AditxtScoreTM, meant to provide a personalized comprehensive profile of the immune system. The Sheriff’s office said in a press release that it is “the only known antibody test that will test to the T-cell level and provide an accurate reading of an individual’s Covid-19 immunity.”