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The COVID-19 epidemic curves are waning, and America is returning to normal. On the minds of Americans is the COVID-19 mass vaccination program. After the registrational trials were complete, all of them looked safe primarily because the duration of the trials was short, and there were strict exclusion criteria such as COVID-19 recovered, suspected COVID-19 recovered, those with positive antibodies, pregnant women, and women of childbearing potential who could not guarantee contraception.
The sponsors and the FDA excluded these groups because they knew there was no benefit and only an opportunity to do harm. Additionally, the people who needed protection the most, nursing home patients, were not accessed for the trials.
Breaking with regulatory practice, once EUA approved, the FDA and CDC said, “vaccinate everyone.” Once approved and put into mass use, many groups, for the first time, were exposed to either the mRNA or adenoviral technologies, which trick the body into making the dangerous Wuhan spike protein, which we now know circulates in the body for two weeks.
This product of gain of function research in the Wuhan lab is what made SARS-CoV-2 super infectious and injurious to the body resulting in organ damage, respiratory failure, and blood clots. The vaccine, in a sense, is challenging the body with injectable bioterrorism in hopes of provoking immunity.
As of May 21, 2021, the CDC has verified a record 262,521 safety reports including 4,406 deaths, and 14,986 hospitalizations. These exceed the numbers for all previous vaccines in all years combined in history.
If it were not a pandemic, these vaccines would have been pulled off the market at ~50 deaths. Americans are growing tenser every day as the grim numbers rise, and they see their children in the crosshairs of those with a syringe and a needle. I join Dan Ball of Real America on myocarditis or heart injury in children with the vaccine.
Next, Dr. Carey Savitch, an infectious disease physician, will give us color on inpatient care and why he took the vaccine. Then we finish with the final update from Dr. Peter Breggin, MD, on his book: “COVID-19 and the Global Predators: We are the Prey”. The book is going to press, but the manuscript and timeline will be living documents as more evidence is revealed on how the viral disaster was planned and managed by those who sought to gain money, power, and global influence. Go ahead and pop those earbuds in, and let’s launch into The McCullough Report.
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