If you don’t watch the video below, please don’t offer an opinion about the vaccines or the COVID-19 virus. Dr. Peter McCullough is an internist, cardiologist, epidemiologist, in academic medical practice in Dallas, Texas. He maintains ABIM certification in internal medicine and cardiovascular diseases.
Dr. McCullough goes into detail, supported by an abundance of data, to show how the vaccines aren’t working, will continue to fail, and how natural immunity and therapeutics are the best solutions. We can treat people who get COVID if the government bureaucrats would just get out of the way. Countries all over the world have successfully treated COVID with Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine, monoclonal antibodies, steroids, vitamins, aspirin, antibiotics, and other medicines. If the government would recommend these medical products for treatment, we can get ahead of the virus instead of always chasing the next variant. Chasing the variants is awesome for the Big Pharma companies making billions each year on their vaccines. But, it doesn’t help us get back to normal.
If you don’t have time to watch the full more than two hour video, I would advise that you at least start it at the 101 mark of the video. The entire presentation is full of facts that you won’t hear or find on the mainstream media or from our bureaucrats like Dr. Fauci, the CDC, or the FDA. It doesn’t fit their narrative that everyone must take the jab of the vaccine.
Whenever I’ve seen such a push for something throughout my life, you can usually trace the overexuberance for something like the vaccines back to money. Many of the people who are pushing the vaccine are paid $150k/year because their names are included in the patents. We see that as a conflict of interest. The bureaucrats see that as their way to get wealthy working in a government job. We can’t have bureaucrats making money on the products that they are supposed to approve or reject for use. Greed always clouds judgement.
Please take the time to watch the video. If you can’t watch it all in one setting, pause it and come back to it later.