by Jesse Smith | Truth Unmuted
The smell of desperation couldn’t be stronger as authoritarians everywhere continue pushing experimental, unapproved injections on an unsuspecting population. After the city of New York began offering COVID jabs at subway stations earlier this month, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has upped the ante by authorizing pop-up sites at airports across the state.
This week, anyone departing from or arriving in the state can go get their shot at any of the following airports:
- JFK Airport;
- LaGuardia Airport;
- Westchester County Airport;
- Buffalo Niagara International Airport;
- Greater Rochester International Airport;
- Syracuse Hancock International Airport;
- Albany International Airport.
The sites will remain open through Friday, May 28 and will only offer the one-dose Johnson & Johnson shot (the only shot to have been paused in the U.S. for links to deadly blood clots).
Regarding the latest effort to stick a needle in everyone’s arm, Cuomo stated:
There are vaccination centers everywhere. There’s no reason not to get it done.
Our vaccination pop-up sites have been instrumental in helping us reach more New Yorkers who need to get vaccinated, and given the success of our pilot program at subway and train stations across the MTA network, we are getting creative once more by bringing the vaccine to our airports.
This vaccine is the best weapon that we have to defeat COVID, and we will go anywhere we need to get more shots into people’s arms. If you are traveling through or working at one of these airports or just happen to be passing through and you still need to get vaccinated, I encourage you to make time to get your shot so we can finally defeat this virus.
Excuse me Governor, but I can think of at least 227,805 reasons not to get it done according to the latest VAERS reports.
The pop-up sites will offer the shots on a first come, first served basis for walk-ins only. There is no information on who will be providing the jabs or if they will provide true informed consent to those who decide to do something as serious as take an experimental product while casually waiting for their flight to board.