Those who wore (and still wear) the Face Diaper did so because they feared inhaling something that might make them sick. Something that might make them dead. Their fear felt (and feels) real to them – even if the Face Diaper is merely psychologically effective as a palliative.
Those of us who didn’t wear the Diaper are faced with a similar – but different – conundrum. We might get sick on account of what the “vaccinated” could be shedding.
This isn’t an irrational fear. It’s an admitted-to possibility. By Pfizer, one of the manufacturers of the “vaccines” (always bracketed by air-fingers-quotation marks to emphasize the fact that a “vaccine” which doesn’t immunize isn’t a vaccine, at least as that word has been used since the dawn of vaccinations up to the introduction of these “vaccines”) in disclosure documents produced during its in-house clinical trails testing. Italicized to emphasize what ought to be the alarming fact of the fox guarding-the-henhouse nature of a “vaccine” manufacturer “testing” the safety/efficacy of its own products.
As the Kingfish used to say, lookee here:
“Exposure to the study intervention (i.e., to the “vaccine”) under study during pregnancy or breastfeeding and occupational exposure are reportable to Pfizer Safety within 24 hours of investigator awareness.”
“An EDP [exposure to the “vaccine” during pregnancy] occurs if a male participant who is receiving or has discontinued study intervention (the “vaccine”) exposes a female partner prior to or around the time of conception.”
In plain language, whatever’s in a “vaccinated” man can be transmitted to his unvaccinated wife or girlfriend. John Rappoport, who has covered the issue extensively, says that this doesn’t mean just sexual contact but also physical proximity.
Just in case you doubted that, here’s the rebuttal – from Pfizer, itself:
“A female family member or healthcare provider reports that she is pregnant after having been exposed to the study intervention (i.e., the “vaccine”) by inhalation or skin contact.”
Italicized without requiring further explication.
It’s enough to make a reasonable person . . . what’s the word? Hesitant – about being around the “vaccinated.” It’s certainly more rationally justifiable than the preposterous dread of the Face Diapered of healthy face-showers, who weren’t capable of giving them sickness . . . because they weren’t sick.
The retort of the Diapered was they might be. That face-showers could be sick – and not know it. That is to say, they might be asymptomatic.