June 29, 2022
The 46-year-old Jeopardy! host, author, podcaster, self-proclaimed feminist and “staunch Zionist” is still recovering from illness despite succumbing to coercion and taking the Holy Serum.
It took a few minutes for this blogger to figure out why Ms. Mayim Bialik had such a familiar-looking face. She posted via Facebook a series of photos on March 12, 2021, including the following one.
Ms. Bialik played Blossom in the eponymous television sitcom that ran from 1991 to 1995. She apparently wasn’t stung by the child actor bug, and continued in the profession after the series ended. Ms. Bialik was a voice actress for the rest of the 1990s and early 2000s. She went back to UCLA in 2005 and earned a PhD in neuroscience two years later. Ms. Bialik started a recurring role on CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory in Season 3 (2010), before becoming a regular cast member the following year. She remained on the show until it ended in 2019.
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Ms. Bialik wrote and directed the 2022 film “As They Made Us,” starring Dustin Hoffman and Candice Bergen. She started a podcast with boyfriend Jonathan Cohen called Mayim Bialik Breakdown at the beginning of 2021. Ms. Bialik has also written four books. But it’s her first book from 2012, entitled Beyond the Sling: A Real-Life Guide to Raising Confident, Loving Children the Attachment Parenting Way, that brings us to where we are today.
Bialik accused of being an “anti-vaxxer”
Ms. Bialik was named a permanent host on Jeopardy! in August 2021. But a few things she wrote in the aforementioned book and said in some previous interviews almost cost her the opportunity. Ms. Bialik told People magazine in 2009, “we are a non-vaccinating family…obviously there’s a lot of controversy about it.” Note that Ms. Bialik was married and had two sons, who were both under age 3 at the time. She divorced in 2013.
Ms. Bialik wrote an article on Jewish parenting website Kveller.com in May 2012. “Children today get about four times as many vaccines as the average 35-year-old did when we were kids,” she wrote. Ms. Bialik then implied that kids still get the diseases that the vaccines are supposed to prevent. Her 2012 book has many more tidbits.
“Now, do I think we give way too many vaccines in the country compared to when I was a child? Yes,” she wrote. Ms. Bialik continued, “I generally believe the flu is manageable.” She said her sons had never had flu shots up to that point (2012). It apparently dawned on Ms. Bialik sometime in 2015 that she works in Hollywood. It is an unspoken rule in Hollywood that all workers (actors) not only be “vaccinated,” but promote and encourage vaccines for all. Ms. Bialik knew her opportunities would be limited or eliminated completely unless she executed an aggressive damage control campaign.
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Ms. Bialik announced in 2015 “I am not anti-vaccine.”
But that was not enough. She was obviously eyeing the Jeopardy! job as former host Alex Trebek had endured deadly chemotherapy to treat pancreatic cancer in 2019. Mr. Trebek passed away on November 8, 2020. Five weeks prior, on October 1, 2020, Ms. Bialik posted a nine-minute video on YouTube, explaining how she is not an anti-vaxxer.
She told her one million-plus followers that she will receive the mRNA injections as soon as they are available. Ms. Bialik also said that she and her two sons will get flu shots in late 2020. Still, she admitted that her sons didn’t receive every childhood vaccine recommended by the CDC. Watch the full video below.
Her groveling ultimately was enough to land the Jeopardy! job. But it still wasn’t and isn’t enough for vaxx zealots. Ms. Bialik told Yahoo! Entertainment on November 18 that she is still hurt by people calling her an anti-vaxxer online. She announced on November 27 that she is triple-vaxxed, hoping it would endear her to radical vaxx zealots.
“I have COVID”
Ms. Bialik tweeted a short video on June 19 announcing that she has so-called COVID-19.
The longer, 7-minute version of the video was posted on Instagram that day, with the hashtags #vaxxed and #boosted. She’s using numerous natural remedies to treat her sickness despite being “vaccinated.” Ms. Bialik also said she regrets “ever taking off my mask” in public and is “feeling a lot of fear.” Her only symptoms appeared to be fatigue, the sniffles and sneezing.
Ms. Bialik posted a 10-minute update video three days later. The TL;DR version – she reiterated that she’s vaccinated and boosted, but acknowledged that the shots don’t protect people from contracting so-called COVID-19. Ms. Bialik said she was feeling better, with less exhaustion. At least one of her sons is also sick, and also vaxxed. She has a “new anxiety” about going out anywhere, is worried and scared for the world, and feels guilty about getting the sniffles and fatigue. Ms. Bialik encouraged everyone to wear masks.
She posted a Facebook update yesterday. Apparently all the sniffles are gone, so she’s now talking about Roe v. Wade being overturned. Ms. Bialik said that she’s a “second wave feminist” and promoted her podcast.
Wendy Williams 2.0?
We’ve been following the Wendy Williams story since November. The 57-year-old talk show host was adamantly against the injections. But she faced the jab vs. job decision, and succumbed to the coercion. She didn’t appear in one episode of her talk show in Season 13 (2021-22) due to alleged, so-called COVID-19.
Ms. Williams was reportedly paralyzed and suffering from dementia by November. Her handlers who forced her to receive the injections were trying to take advantage of the situation and clean out her bank accounts in March. The last episode of the now-cancelled Wendy Williams Show aired on June 17. There are rumors of her starting a podcast. But that seems far-fetched considering her reported condition.
Ms. Bialik, luckily, appears to have only caught a cold. Yet she is freaking out like someone who is experiencing very real and very life-altering, post-injection illness. Give her credit for one thing – she never repeated the “at least I’m vaccinated or it would have been worse” official slogan. Perhaps her natural, critical thinking side she once had is telling her that blood clots, myocarditis, and worse are now inevitable thanks to the injections.
Ms Bialik, like Ms. Williams, didn’t want the shots. Her thought processes were clear and concise in her books and interviews prior to 2015. But Hollywood is an addiction for many performers. Her choice was simple – become a vaxx zealot or find some other line of work.
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This blogger hasn’t owned a television since 2007-08, and hasn’t really watched much television since the turn of the millennium. Thus it’s hard seeing Ms. Bialik as anyone other than Blossom Russo, with her buddy Six LeMeure. The sad part is that Ms. Bialik knew the dangers of the injections and had a very solid understanding of vaccines in general. But at the end of the day, she chose Hollywood money over health.
The Times of Israel, writing about Ms. Bialik in 2015, interviewed a rabbi who essentially said Ashkenazi Jews have a responsibility to receive the mRNA and/or viral vector DNA injections.
“The Talmud says Jewish parents are obligated to teach their children three things: Torah, a trade, and how to swim. ‘Swimming’ is a metaphor. Parents need to teach their children how to avoid dangerous situations. Like, for example, infectious diseases.”
Well, shalom (שָׁלוֹם) and good luck. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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