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Mothers Rage at the Defeat the Mandates Rally in Los Angeles
Led by a burning hot speech from mother and stepmother Dr. Naomi Wolf, the discerning crowd in Los Angeles had an impassioned determination to stop the mass vaccination of children with genetic vaccines. This is the only way to stop more cases of myocarditis (heart damage) and blood clots which are recognized by the US FDA as side effects caused by the unnecessary vaccines.1
Dr. Wolf, a former CNN contributor, and former White House Advisor Steve Bannon teamed up for an interview on the “War Room,” where Dr. Wolf updated the audience on the Daily Clout analysis team, which is generating reports from the Pfizer/BioNTech court-ordered release of documents concerning the mRNA vaccine.
We have learned that as the deaths, injuries, and disabilities poured into Pfizer by panicked patients and families, Pfizer had to hire 600 additional personnel to just handle the phone calls and fill out the safety reports. By all standards, Pfizer should have voluntarily withdrawn their product from the market in January or February of 2021 at the latest.
Instead, Pfizer/BioNTech, FDA, and CDC pressed on featuring mRNA vaccinations to progressively lower age groups, 12-17, and then 5-11 years of age. Dr. Wolf gave an impassioned message to mothers at the DTM rally. Del Bigtree of the HighWire called on cardiologists who are seeing record numbers of young persons with myocarditis, heart failure, and cardiac death in their practices to be courageous and speak out.
In this issue of the McCullough Report, we focus on pediatrics with an interview with Dr. Michelle D. Perro, MD, from Fairfax, CA, on pediatric COVID-19, vaccine reactions, and some innovative ideas about the management of vaccine-induced thrombosis that is not resolving with aspirin and oral prescription anticoagulants.2 Our original music submission came from “Armando” called “Rise Up” perfectly positioned for this DTM rally issue of the McCullough Report.3
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