“Maybe people will start to wake up when there are millions of dead six and seven-year-olds. When it affects them personally. It’s their own children, and we’re coming up on Christmas. Now suddenly, we’ve got millions without even 1000s or 10s of 1000s, or hundreds of 1000s of dead first graders, and second graders, and seventh graders.
So what did I tell people they need to do the most of us they need to get mentally prepared for that. Think of what our children have been through as a society in the last year and a half. With masks, social distancing, the spike of psychiatric illness and depression, suicide, their world’s devastated and destroyed in terms of going, graduating from high school, graduating from college, participating in sports. Their whole worlds have been decimated.
And now, when they start looking around at some of their classmates dead, it may be the very chill classmates who were saying I got the shot and it didn’t even hurt, and I got ice cream. You should get the shot too.
And then they say to their parents. I thought you told me the shot was okay. I thought you got me the shot, right? Am I going to die next? These are the things I think we need to get prepared for. Seriously. And if that’s planned for the worst and hope for the best, you know, maybe none of that stuff happens. But at least you’ve been psychologically, mentally, spiritually prepared.” – Dr. Sherri Tenpenny