You tell me. See here.
Comment from source of the above video quoting Jim Stone:
To my surprise, a lot of people are having a hard time believing the above post about magnets sticking to a fresh covid injection. However, if you’re not supposed to get an MRI for 6-10 weeks after the shot, I beg to question why not? WHY NOT?? Answer: Because you can’t put magnetic materials into an MRI, and the shot needs to totally disperse, because it is indeed magnetic. And how would it be magnetic? Nanobots, obviously.
(Really inexperienced) and/or stupid people or outright trolls (and I’ll pull no punches this time) are also saying there’s no way this could work because the shot is a liquid and “anything in it would be too small to develop magnetic attraction”. That’s total horse sh*t, have people really forgotten ferrofluid? You know – that magnetic liquid used to cool the voice coils of high performance speakers? That’s not an obscure topic for ANYONE who has an ounce of tech sense. THERE IS YOUR MAGNETIC COVID SHOT, RIGHT THERE. It’s obviously not the classic ferrofluid in the shot, but there’s absolutely nothing stopping it from acting exactly the same way. I had such speakers in the 90’s and the ferrofluid was completely clear. I discovered this when I had to change the tweeter diaphragms. It was like a totally clear oil. I believe this woman’s video is legit 100 percent and am not one bit stupid. Hell yes there’s a way this could be real. There has to be a reason why you should avoid MRI’s for a period of time after the shot, WHAT THE HELL IS THAT REASON? Easy answer: You can’t go into the world’s most powerful magnetic medical equipment with a magnetic substance in you unless that substance is totally dispersed. It would rip that woman’s arm apart if she went into an MRI like that. Read about ferrofluid here.