Bluetooth Vaccine? Does the Injected COVID Non-Vaccine Connect With Devices?

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Bluetooth vaccine? An man injected with the COVID (non) vaccine says devices all around him keep trying to connect … with him.

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By Makia Freeman

AT A GLANCE…

  • THE STORY:The COVID vaccine weirdness continues. Now a man claims that, after getting the COVID vax, devices all around him try to connect with him.
  • THE IMPLICATIONS:Is this another clue that the COVID non-vaccine is really a means to inject people with biosensors to turn them into nodes on the Smart Network?

Bluetooth vaccine? An man injected with the COVID (non) vaccine says devices all around him keep trying to connect … with him.

Is a bluetooth vaccine the next phase of weirdness

associated with the rollout of the experimental COVID non-vaccines? Is bluetooth connectivity or compatability another effect of the vaccine? It’s been a string of bizarre events, and the high strangeness shows no signs of ending. First, we discovered the COVID vaxxed were affecting the unvaccinated just by being in their vicinity, probably via frequency transmission. Next, we discovered that magnets stuck to the injection site of some of the COVID vaxxed, usually on the upper arm, with theories being that the COVID non-vaccine contained metallic nanoparticles or magnetic hydrogel. Now, we have early evidence of a brand new phenomenon (which still needs to be verified): a possible bluetooth vaccine. A recent video posted here on Brighteon shows a man who says he was vaccinated, explaining that he feels fine, except that everywhere he goes, devices in the vicinity try to connect … with him. Yes, I wrote correctly; devices try to connect with him.

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