April 24, 2021
BOONTON TOWNSHIP, NEW JERSEY — A theologian, PhD and self-described Christian apologist is dead after posting her “vaccine card” on Facebook.
Dr. Kimberly Credit received her first dose of the experimental Moderna mRNA shot on February 10. Her Facebook post that day says she wanted to “lead by example” for Black Americans and pastors.
The second Moderna shot is required 28 days later, according to The Centers for Disease Control. Thus Dr. Credit received the second shot on or around March 10.
Everything appeared fine thereafter. Dr. Credit posted on Facebook about a service at Mount Zion Baptist Church on April 4. The next day, she posted a reminder about her podcast taking place that evening at 7:30 p.m. She published the post at 9:02 a.m. She died before the podcast took place.
The comments below the post show just how suddenly and shockingly she died.
Her obituary says she died “suddenly and without warning.” Dr. Credit was the first female pastor at the Boonton Township Mount Zion Baptist Church in its 100-year history. She had a master’s degree in divinity and a doctorate in ministry. Dr. Credit founded The Preaching Lab Podcast.
Her website says she was a widow. She is survived by her son and brother.
All COVID-19 shots are dangerous and lethal. But it’s mind-boggling how Moderna is even allowed to exist as an experimental COVID-19 shot manufacturer.
The company was founded in 2010. Before this experimental mRNA shot, it had never brought any drug at all to the market. In fact it never sold or marketed any products whatsoever before these mRNA shots. But people are steadily and eagerly lining up for this product.
The name brand does not matter. You are playing Russian roulette by receiving any of these shots. Worst of all, there is no tangible benefit to taking these shots other than 15 minutes of social media clout. Stay vigilant, stay persistent, and protect your friends and loved one.
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