Is the video of that jabbed guy’s sudden connectivity a hoax?

Here’s a version with more visual clarity:

“This is a hoax,” writes a subscriber. “Bluetooth is a technology that requires power to transmit. There is no way they’re injecting a powered antenna within a vaccine.”

Comments? Further evidence?

2 replies on “Is the video of that jabbed guy’s sudden connectivity a hoax?”

Some people seem to be saying that the Covid bioweapon injection targets a protein that they have genetically engineered in the past to be sensitive to radio waves:
At the above, you find: “Several earlier studies have shown that nerve cell proteins which are activated by heat and mechanical pressure can be genetically engineered so that they become sensitive to radio waves and magnetic fields, by attaching them to an iron-storing protein called ferritin” (Dr. Sherri Tenpenny also tweeted out this, so she seems to think there’s something to it).

Thought this was interesting:

clowning psyop. Does anybody really think they would have called it an “Astrazeneca Connection?” Maybe globocaps are just that crazy and stupid, but I doubt it. Anything that makes the deep state look stupid, forgetful, short-sighted etc is probably wrong. Evil, yes. Stupid, no.

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