New Viral Video Shows Magnets Getting Stuck At Point In Arm Where People Got Their Vaccine


Posted June 4, 2021 by johnlarson

Whether this is dangerous or not remains to be seen, but this happenstance is certainly a thing of curiosity.
 
DALLAS, TX (June 5th, 2021) - Popular Tik Tik star and Influencer Conspiracy Castle has released a new video where it can be seen that he is able to stick a magnet at the point where people have taken the Covid-19 vaccine. Even though it remains to be seen what implications or ramifications this brings, one can't help but notice that it is an interesting development. "I don't know what to say here, really. It is both interesting and scary at the same time for me, and I'm sure many others who went through the exercise will also agree with me.

Dubbed as the Magnet Challenge Video 2 with hashtag as #magnetchallenge, one can see that Conspiracy Castle is applying a small piece of magnet on the very spot where volunteers got vaccinated. The volunteers were just people on the street and were selected at random for the exercise. It's wasn't long before one could see that Conspiracy Castle was right all along — the piece of magnet is indeed getting stuck at the spot of vaccination for all the volunteers, leaving some of them in complete shock at what they saw.

"It is indeed a shocking matter, and it is exactly what people are experiencing. I hope that they ask the authorities what this means. I hope they ask deeper questions. As for me, I've always known there's something funny and weird about the whole vaccination drive. I'll soon find out more and let everyone know. Till then, keep watching my space", said Conspiracy Castle

About:
Conspiracy Castle is a talk show host based in Dallas, Texas. He shares and discusses many interesting videos that can be found on his Tik Tok Channel @conspiracycastle.

For more information, please visit https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMe7u77hg/

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Last Updated June 4, 2021