Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Anti-swine flu vaccine warnings were spray painted on a suburban Walgreens in Ashburn, Virginia on Saturday night, September 19th. The warnings which contained mention of the known flu vaccine additives mercury and squalene were spray painted on the front of the store, drive through, and main roadside sign of the pharmacy which is offering flu vaccine shots for $24.99 in a heavily promoted campaign.
When this author inquired with the store’s assistant manager what squalene and mercury meant the manager replied that believed the words to be the nicknames of the graffiti artist proving that even managerial level Walgreens employees don’t understand what they are selling and promoting.
This article was posted: Wednesday, September 23, 2009 at 10:22 am