It has been just revealed the fact that the cardiologist Peter A. McCullough is addressing the Omicron variant of Covid. Check out the latest reports that he shared on his social media account below.
Omicron covid variant in the news
Here’s the post that the expert shared on X:
No matter what the origin of Omicron, the two-year outbreak of this strain has been very mild and similar to a common cold. Omicron resistant to vaccines. Rarely have needed to prescribe any medications and no hospitalizations or deaths in my practice. #courageousdiscourse https://t.co/bxWWr8mnZu pic.twitter.com/LdmtI3MKWS
— Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH™ (@P_McCulloughMD) October 18, 2023
There are more and more details going around online, revealing the same issues and it seems that the whole world freaked out over something that was less dangerous than previously believed.
Just take a look at this post, for instance:
CDC released these stats to the WH Task Force in Oct 2020
These are same as the annual flu
If ppl had to be told by an inaccurate PCR test they had the virus, it was never a threat to begin with
The strain now is mild to a cold
We locked down and forced shots for a flu !! pic.twitter.com/XmFL715kzo
— The Enigma Machine (@EnigmaMachine8) October 19, 2023
The latest news on covid injections
It has been just revealed the fact that Pfizer and Moderna covid vaccines contain something that conspiracy theorists have been saying for a really long time.
The process of producing nucleoside-modified RNA (modRNA) for SARS-CoV-2 vaccines involves in vitro transcription (IVT) reactions, where RNA polymerase transcribes from a DNA template, according to official notes. For the original Pfizer randomized clinical trial (RCT), the production of modRNA relied on a PCR-generated DNA template (Process 1).
To produce billions of doses, the DNA is cloned into a bacterial plasmid vector for amplification in Escherichia coli before linearization (Process 2).
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) October 19, 2023
We suggest that you check out our previous post in order to learn more details about this.