An Irrevocable Decision

An Irrevocable Decision

Making a Decision about RNA/mRNA vaccine technologies

An Irrevocable Decision

He’s got something to say about vaccinating with this particular vaccine. Which dovetails into this question, “Will the government tell you the truth? Will our government, any government, tell you the truth?”

“And most importantly, this vaccine can trigger fundamental changes to their immune system. The most alarming point about this is that once these damages have occurred, they are irreparable.” ~ Dr. Robert Malone

Robert Malone is the original inventor of mRNA vaccination as a technology, DNA vaccination, and multiple non-viral DNA and RNA/mRNA platform delivery technologies. He holds numerous fundamental domestic and foreign patents in the fields of gene delivery, delivery formulations, and vaccines: including four fundamental DNA and RNA/mRNA vaccine technologies. 

Here is an excerpt from a video he appeared in. 

“Before you inject your child, a decision that is irreversible, I wanted to let you know the scientific facts about this genetic vaccine, which is based on the mRNA vaccine technology I created. There are three main issues that parents need to understand before they take this irrevocable decision.

The first is that a viral gene will be injected into your parent cells. This gene forces your child’s body to make toxic spike proteins. These proteins often cause permanent damage in children’s critical organs. These organs include their brain and nervous system, their heart and blood vessels, including blood clots, their reproductive system. And most importantly, this vaccine can trigger fundamental changes to their immune system. The most alarming point about this is that once these damages have occurred, they are irreparable.

They cannot be reversed.

You can’t fix the lesions within their brains.

You cannot repair heart tissue scarring.

You cannot repair a genetically reset immune system.

And this vaccine can cause reproductive damage that could affect future generations.” – From the linked video

Want to learn more about what the mainstream media won’t tell you?
Dr. Kelly Victory joins us on Thursdays at 3 pm MT to discuss covid-19 and what is happening in the medical and political spheres. Click here to find out more and to listen to her past interviews.

“Gender-Affirming Care” for Children and Suicide Rates

“Gender-Affirming Care” for Children and Suicide Rates

Debunking the Narrative That Gender Transition Is Necessary to Prevent Suicides.

An interview with Jarrett Stepman of the Daily Signal  

Study Connects Jump in Youth Suicide With Transgender Treatments, Lack of Parental Consent

Heritage just released a big study this morning on the link between “gender-affirming care” for children (puberty blockers, hormone treatment, etc.) and suicide rates. The study found that in states that allow these things without parental consent there was a surge in suicide compared to other states. It completely debunks the narrative that gender transition is necessary to prevent suicides. 

A Good Guy and What Was on Him

A Good Guy and What Was on Him

Good Guy with a Gun Story You Will Not See on the News:

 Provided by Jersey Joe: 

I recorded the 11:00 PM and 6:00 AM National news broadcasts for ABC, CBS, and NBC last night and this morning. I could not find where any of them ran this story about a good guy with a gun. A staff member engaged an armed shooter who had entered a children’s summer sports camp venue outside of Dallas, where 250 kids were inside. 

Quote from linked story:

The armed suspect entered through the complex’s main lobby doors and was confronted by a staff member who exchanged gunfire with him, Duncanville Police Department Assistant Chief Matt Stogner said at an afternoon news conference.” 

While the first staffer kept the shooter engaged, a second staffer called the police, and others moved the children to a safer area of the venue. The police arrived and then shot and killed the gunman.

Now while this is an NBC story, they chose not to run it either last night or this morning, and it does not appear on their on-line “latest stories” page this morning. 

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” CRITICAL RACE THEORY” Revisions by Colorado DEPT of Education

” CRITICAL RACE THEORY” Revisions by Colorado DEPT of Education

Critical Race Theory is a proven failure from their own website. Adopting further “standards” to reduce academic performance damages the very people they claim to care about.


Ann called in today about the changes taking place in the Colorado public schools in regards to critical race theory.  She asked people to email and to say no to these changes.


Ann provided all of the information for this post and due to the time constraint it has not been verified by Rush To Reason. Please do your own research while we work to end critical race theory.

More on Critical Race Theory can be found here.

Covid Conditioning and What About the Children?

Covid Conditioning and What About the Children?

Whatever Happened to Questioning Authority?



We’re being Conditioned in American to go along

and accept things we should not accept.

Unmasking the Mask

“We did not observe an association between mask mandates or use and reduced COVID-19 spread in US states.”

Reviewed case growth across 49 states from Jun 2020 to Mar 2021.

For parents attending school board meetings to discuss proposed mask mandates respectfully, here is a 14-page summary of a study of the efficacy of mask use and mask mandates in 49 states which found no correlation between mask mandates and covid spread.


Parents sound off on sports mask mandate

In Minnesota, A Senate committee heard from parents who blame sports injuries on masks, though MDH officials said masks are critical to preventing sports-related outbreaks. Article here

Fighting Covid Learning Loss –

Original Air Date 8/11/21

Five red flags that signal your preschooler may need extra help catching up. An interview with veteran educator and language pathologist Holly De Leon.

Developmental Red Flags for Preschoolers 

Speech delay:  If a parent says “Oh, here’s a ball,” the child should be able to say “ball”, even though they might not say a full sentence. And it should sound somewhat similar to what the parent says.  But if what the child says is unrecognizable, then that’s a problem. 

Language delay:  Very low vocabulary skills. The child has very few descriptors. So, even if the child knows the word “ball”, the child will not be able to say “big red ball” because they don’t have those descriptors.  When the child should be speaking in 6-, 7- and 8-word sentences, these children will be speaking in 2 or 3-word utterances.  

Inability to hold multiple tasks in memory:  Is the child unable to remember and carry out a command containing multiple tasks? 

Pattern non-recognition: “Circle, square, circle, square, circle… If the child cannot say what comes next that’s a red flag.   

Insufficient word exposure:  In their developmental years, children need to hear about 21,000 words each day being spoken and used in sentences by family, teachers, and other sources such as computer-assisted teaching aids in the home and in the classroom.