(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) In the world of the COVID cult where asking your date whether one is vaccinated or not may be a deal breaker, two businesswomen from Hawaii decided to help people who are not brainwashed by Pfizer and other Big Pharma companies to find a like-minded spouse by creating a dating website.
Due to the tyrannical regimes implemented all around the world because of the COVID Wuhan virus, many people who decided to not inject themselves with the new experimental vaccine paid for this decision by losing jobs and relationships, according to the Epoch Times. Shelby Thomson, one of the founders of the website, said that the unvaccinated “didn’t have the option to say they were unvaccinated” to potential online dating partners.
“They were only allowed to be vaccinated. And you had to have this badge in your [online] profile,” which resulted in many people realizing that they were constantly “swiped left.”
In May 2021, Thomson and Heather Pyle created “Unjected” which was launched in the Google and Apple stores.
“We started seeing people wanting to find partners,” Thomson said about her unvaccinated friends.
However, you can’t oppose Big Pharma on the Big Tech platforms for too long. Very soon, Thomson and Pyle started receiving hate emails from the members of the COVID cult and negative coverage from mainstream propaganda. Soon after that, Apple decided to remove the app from the store, saying that it spreads the so-called “disinformation.”
“We tailored everything and played this chess game until it [met] Apple standards,” Thomson said. But kneeling before the woke mob never works.
“It took us until July 31 to get banned.”
Google tried to do the same thing, but Thomson and Pyle decided it wasn’t worth it, left that platform and launched Unjected.com through the web domain host GoDaddy in Aug. 2021.
“We decided—OK—the big-tech world is not our friend. They don’t want us to exist in this realm. They’ll always go out of their way to ensure we’re censored or taken down.”
Thomson said that the dating service boasts 110,000 subscriptions in 85 countries and 3,000 to 5,000 new clientele every month.
“Unjected was founded to help us easier connect in a world of medical discrimination and censorship,” Unjected’s online introduction stated.
“We all have a lot in common when it comes to being conscious about our choices, and we think that there are great connections to be made when like-minded people gather in the same social space.”