Tag: Classic Rock

Eric Clapton: Vaccine Injured, Media Cancelled

 

When discussing the adverse effects of Covid injections, the common mantra of the vaccine apologists goes something like this: If vaccine injuries are so pervasive and devastating, we would be hearing more about them.

They argue that we would have cases all around us, yet they don’t see them. Well, one of the reasons people may not have heard about the vaccine-injured is because governments, the media, and the medical establishment don’t want you to hear about them. Even the famous ones. Case in point: Eric Clapton.

Why I Love Freddie Mercury

 

Freddie Mercury was gay, very gay. That’s not what this post is about, but I thought we might as well recognize that fact right out of the gate. We may end up circling around to it later on.

I love Queen. A few of their songs rank among my favorites; “One Vision” and “Another One Bites The Dust” are up there in the top 50, and “Somebody to Love” has a nice penthouse view from the top 20 alongside Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D minor and David Crowder Band’s “Only You.” I loved the song “Bohemian Rhapsody” when I first heard it, and got annoyed when Wayne’s World ruined it. But Freddie Mercury was Queen, and when he died so did the band, no matter how much Brian May and Adam Lambert would have you believe otherwise.

I remember finding out about his death in sophomore gym class. I never pondered the fact he died from AIDS and I didn’t know anyone who did; he was profoundly talented and I simply saw it as a loss. I enjoyed Freddie Mercury’s talent and didn’t think much about his lifestyle. I felt the same way about Derrick Thomas.