Professor Cahill. Above Anti-vaxxers speaking out with venom about the vaccine, Christina Buckley. Middle Ages belief system versus Professor Cahill modern day medical science; both sharing similar views. In the US a Governor who is an anti-vaxxer has the people calling out that this man “will have blood on his hands” for promoting that people should not take the vaccine. Fred has taken his vaccine. He had his 3:1 long ago, hence no Measles, Mumps or Whooping cough.
Joe Duffy challenges listener’s sensational claims vaccine is ‘mark of the beast’
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Joe Duffy found himself arguing with an anti-vaxxer on Liveline this week in a discussion over whether the COVID-19 vaccine was a ‘mark of the beast’.© Provided by Extra.ie
The RTE presenter had been discussing the claims made by Christina Gallagher, the founder of the House of Prayer on Achill Island in County Mayo.
Joe told his listeners that Ms Gallagher supposedly receives messages from Jesus — one of which, suggested that the COVID-19 vaccine is linked to the devil.© Provided by Extra.ie Joe Duffy found himself arguing with an anti-vaxxer on Liveline this week in a discussion over whether the COVID-19 vaccine was a ‘mark of the beast’. Pic: RTE
Soon after, Joe was speaking to a caller named Mary who had jumped in to defend Ms Gallagher’s claims.
Speaking to Mary, Joe simply asked whether the founder of the House of Prayer was ‘for or against the vaccine.’
Mary dismissed the question, arguing: ‘The main point that was made yesterday was that you said that Christina said that the vaccine was the mark of the beast. The message does not say the vaccine is the mark of the beast, that’s very clear.’
However, Joe, who had clearly done his reading of Christina Gallagher’s alleged messages from Jesus, replied: ‘But it does say, you will be called upon to receive the vaccine that is death and the mark of the beast will be forced upon you, those who receive it willingly will die onto eternal death.’© Provided by Extra.ie The RTE presenter had been discussing the claims made by Christina Gallager, the founder of the House of Prayer on Achill Island in County Mayo.
Mary conceded that all of the above is true, but clarified that it was not the vaccine that is the ‘mark of the beast’, but the supposed microchip that is in the vaccine.
She explained: ‘I’m saying that what’s not true is the vaccine is not the mark of the beast. That’s what I’m saying.
‘It’s very clear, the vaccine is not the mark of the beast, the mark of the beast is a microchip and will the death of the soul because you will be under complete control when you have that. You’ll be under the complete control of Satan once you have that.’© Provided by Extra.ie An exasperated Joe Duffy simply joked: ‘A lot of people seem to be under the control of Christina Gallagher.’ Pic: RTE
Listeners took to social media to praise the RTE presenter for ‘debunking’ the anti-vaxx claims.