It’s been just revealed the fact that the German government admitted the fact that it lacks evidence that face masks are working. Check out the latest reports below.
German government reveals the unexpected
It’s been just revealed the fact that the liberal Bundestag Vice-President Wolfgang Kubicki has used his parliamentary prerogatives to put a question to the Health Ministry, and compel an answer.
He asked what study results the Ministry could cite to demonstrate the efficacy of face masks. Lauterbach’s crack team of virus understanders responded that it is a very complicated problem, and, in truth, well, actually, nobody really knows what effect masks really have. This is because “the effectiveness of individual measures… cannot be examined in isolation, but only in conjunction with the other measures in place at any given time”.
The Daily Sceptic noted the following: “In other words: they got nothing. After years of making kids mask for hours on end in school, and imposing arbitrary but quite obnoxious mandates on aeroplanes and public transit and clinics, they have no idea whether it did anything, and no plans even to find out whether it did anything. Suddenly all that manic masking enthusiasm has just evaporated.”
The covid vaccines in the news
It’s been just revealed that Pfizer knew about the disasters involved in the covid vaccines back in 2021. Take a look at this relevant tweet below in order to find out more about this.
THE BASTARDS KNEW
Pfizer and our Health Bureaucrats KNEW in April 2021 that the mRNA in the shots would be passed on new borns through breast feeding.
They KNEW that this was linked to serious adverse events in babies.
They kept quiet and pushed pregnant mothers to… pic.twitter.com/Yx4fQHKzYJ
— Craig Kelly (@CKellyUAP) May 1, 2023
You can find out more about the details here.
According to the notes, “The batch of Pfizer clinical trial documents released in April 2023 by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under court order contains a shocking, eight-page document titled, “Pregnancy and Lactation Cumulative Review.” The data in the Cumulative Review span “…from the time of drug product development to 28-FEB-2021.” A Pfizer employee, Robert T. Maroko, approved the Review on April 20, 2021.”