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Tuesday, 05/11/21 - Medical Professionals warn about the sh00ts...

 

 

Top doc: Feds demonizing COVID-19 treatments in order to promote vaccine.

"Something has gone off the rails" in the world's approach to the novel coronavirus pandemic, with health authorities in the U.S. and abroad suppressing safe, cheap and effective treatments while promoting experimental vaccines that have received only emergency use authorization, contends Dr. Peter McCullough.

McCullough, a renowned cardiologist who testified to the U.S. Senate last fall on COVID-19 treatments, pointed out in a lengthy interview with Tucker Carlson's Fox Nation show "Tucker Carlson Today" that the National Institutes of Health issued a guideline recommending physicians not treat COVID-19 until a patient needs oxygen.

 

"This document will go down in history as the most nihilistic medical guidance as Americans are suffering," said McCullough, the vice chief of internal medicine at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas.

Nilhilistic:  rejecting all religious and moral principles in the belief that life is meaningless:"an embittered, nihilistic teenager"

 

READ MORE HERE

 

3 Medical professionals who are pro-vaccine warning about these experimental injections - 
 
 
Sue, this one is the most 'damning' evidence that we must stop mass vaccination.
 
 
 
 
Finally, a journalist returns to India when visa expires. This is her report from ground zero in India.
 
 
 
 
 
Then there's this....
 
 




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