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Why Can’t ELON MUSK Figure Out What’s Wrong with the COVID-19 Injections? (Opinion)


Between the VAERS and VigiAccess reports, the studies on blood clots and myo/pericarditis, and the tens of millions of anecdotal stories, what’s happening with the jabs is now abundantly clear. So why hasn’t Elon Musk said anything? Here are some thoughts.


After following and admiring Elon Musk for more than a decade, Sense Receptor must question the Tesla and SpaceX CEO’s ability to perceive reality correctly for the first time. While Musk has been spot-on with his thoughts on freedom, mandates, testing, and numerous other issues related to COVID-19, the hyper-genius hasn’t said anything substantive about how the injections that have been rolled out to the masses are massively dangerous. And utterly ineffective.

This is very, very bizarre.

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 hysteria Musk has been on the side of “Team Reality.” Indeed, when writing the history of what happened in 2020, scribes would be right in describing the engineer and CEO as one of the Team’s founders. Time and again Musk has tweeted out to tens of millions of followers words of spirited resistance against lockdowns and social distancing. “FREE AMERICA NOW” the polymath wrote in one tweet posted April 29, 2020.

When it’s come to the injections from big pharma companies like Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and AstraZeneca, however, Musk has been wishy washy at best. And, at worst, quite supportive of the injection rollout.

“To be clear, I do support vaccines in general & covid vaccines specifically,” Musk wrote in a tweet posted April 7, 2021. He added that “The science is unequivocal,” qualifying his statement by noting that “In very rare cases, there is an allergic reaction, but this is easily addressed with an EpiPen.”

Musk needed to clarify his thoughts, however, because he had brought up initial concerns about the COVID-19 injections. “For sure wise for elderly or immunocompromised to take the vaccine,” Musk wrote in a tweet posted March 12, 2021. He added that there’s “Some debate about the second jab though. Quite a few negative reactions to that.”

In a response to a tweet from a protected account, Musk said in another tweet on April 7, 2021 that there is “Some debate [in my opinion] as to whether a second synthetic mRNA shot is really needed, but the first is a no-brainer.”

Since expressing his somewhat conflicting thoughts on the COVID-19 injections in early 2021—as well as stating in a September 2020 interview with Kara Swisher that he would not get the COVID-19 vaccine once it became available—Musk has been more or less silent on the matter; aside from (rightfully) claiming in a TIME magazine Person of the Year interview in December 2021 that “I am against forcing people to be vaccinated. You know, I think this is just not something we should do in America. I think we should encourage people to be vaccinated, strongly try to convince them to be vaccinated, but not force them to be vaccinated, or for example for them to get vaccinated or get fired.”

Musk added in the same interview that “I’m very pro-vaccination. The science is unequivocal, I’ve tweeted to that effect.”

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To anybody paying attention to the COVID-19 “vaccine” rollout this stance is confusing to say the least. How, for example, can Musk possibly say “the science is unequivocal” that the COVID-19 injections work when Pfizer’s own clinical trial data—collected prior to the injection rollout—showed more deaths in the vaccinated arm of its study than the placebo arm. Indeed, out of 38 deaths during the study period, 17 of them were in the placebo group, while 21 were in the group that received the Pfizer mRNA vaccine.

If anything, this data shows the mRNA “vaccines” unequivocally do not work.

One could excuse Musk as having little insight into the matter, but that would be wrong. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO has said that he and others have “spent quite a lot of time with the Harvard epidemiology team doing antibody studies” and that “Tesla makes the vaccine machines for CureVac.” Strangely, in April, 2021 Musk tweeted, but then deleted, a tweet noting that the “vaccine” made by CureVac—a German biotech company that develops therapies based on mRNA tech—was closing in on regulatory approval. (Musk noted in a July 2, 2020 tweet—above—that “Tesla, as a side project, is building RNA microfactories for CureVac & possibly others[.]”)

If the signal of inefficacy—and potential danger—were limited to the Pfizer clinical trial, even somebody knowledgeable referring to the COVID-19 injections as “unequivocally” good would be more than understandable. However, that has not been the case. Far, far from it, in fact.

By the time of this writing—May of 2022—there is an enormous and growing body of evidence evincing a range of life-threatening dangers the COVID-19 injections pose. The injections have already, for example, been associated with dangerous, sometimes fatal, blood clotting in dozens of studies. Likewise, there is a mountain of peer-reviewed evidence showing the COVID injections induce myocarditis and pericarditis. Not to mention the myriad other issues the injections cause, including menstrual problems and acute hepatitis.

In one particularly shocking study published just recently in Scientific Reports researchers from MIT and Ben-Gurion University found that the Israeli COVID-19 “vaccine” rollout was associated with an “increase of over 25%” in “emergency cardiovascular events among [the] under-40 population.”

If Elon is knowledgeable on this matter—and he evidently is—and the data so clearly point to the COVID-19 injections being harmful and ineffective, why in the world is he OK with their use?

A cynic would say that Musk—perhaps even acting as a foil—is in league with Bill Gates et al. and is only appearing to be a “good guy” on most matters so he can be a bad one on the stuff that really counts like propagating the COVID-19 “kill shots.” But there’s no other evidence whatsoever that Musk has this desire. (Not to mention Gates has shorted Tesla to the tune of $500 million, and Musk apparently despises the Microsoft founder because of that fact.)

It’s also impossible that Musk cannot have figured out what’s going on by now. The data is too overwhelming and he’s in contact with too many experts who are picking up on a problematic signal—especially in regards to all-cause mortality in the U.S. Plus, there are the clout-heavy folks out there like former BlackRock fund manager and billionaire Edward Dowd who are saying things like I don’t think they knew [the injections] would kill this many this quickly,” referring to the world’s governments killing its own peoples in a mass act of democide.

Which only leaves one of two options: Musk is either erring on the side of caution and practicing epoché in the extreme—waiting for the public to come to its own conclusions, untainted by his opinion—or he has a conscious understanding of what’s happening, but simply cannot bring himself to believe it. And because he wouldn’t stand by idly while millions suffer and die, the latter conclusion must be the correct one.

Musk has said previously that humanity’s spineless, authoritarian response to COVID-19 (Sense Receptor’s adjectives) had “diminished” his “faith in humanity.” (Of course, it did for all independent thinkers in the world.) So just imagine how rocked Musk’s faith in humanity would be if he realized that so many people don’t mind maiming and killing so many people. Worse yet, they intend to do it, and may even enjoy it.

But Musk already knows this about humanity, obviously. In this instance, however, he has, in some sense, been a—completely unwitting—participant in the injurious behavior. He told people that something obviously unsafe and ineffective is safe and effective. He’s participated, unknowingly, in the lie that the COVID-19 injections—now responsible for more than 1.2 million VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) reports, including more than 27,000 death reports—are OK for people to use when they certainly are not.

Acknowledgement of what’s going on with the so-called “clot shots” will come for Elon at some point. It has to. Even strong supporters of the injections like Dr. Jay Bhattacharya at Stanford and Dr. Martin Kulldorff at Harvard are beginning to highlight the fact that the mRNA injections show no improvement in all-cause mortality. Perhaps the two doctors and world-changing engineer can form a support group when they realize just how many humans have been maimed or killed after injecting themselves with nothing more than poison.


Feature image: Steve Jurvetson

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