The Pfizer covid vaccine should have been removed off the market following the first deaths were reported, according to an expert cardiologist. Check out dr. Peter McCullough’s tweet below.
Pfizer/BNT had duty to pull it off the market when the death reports started to come in shortly after its ill-fated release on the public market. Many companies would have done it in January or February of 2021 at the very latest before more recipients lost their lives. pic.twitter.com/zcWnn2rZAK
— Peter McCullough, MD MPH (@P_McCulloughMD) April 13, 2022
A follower said: “All gene therapy baded vaccines are overdosed in people < 55 with higher rate of ADRs and no benefit in immune response. No secret – published but not recognized – confirmed by BioNtech upon request by german journalists.”
Someone else posted this: “50 deaths and the company has a duty to take the product off the market! There were many more than this as seen in this short video. FDA did NOT report this. Dan lady remember that Professor a few weeks ago mentioned the CDC as if they were reputable…”
Pfizer covid vaccination controversy
Unfortunately, more and more bad news gets out following Pfizer’s revealing their side effects documents and more tests on patients. Check out the latest terrible report involving a patient above 80 years old who got the Pfizer injection.
Check out the following tweet:
Lensen et al, more bad news. Fatal hepatitis C reactivation after genetic injection. Serious viral reactivation syndromes suggest reverse transcription. The hepatic cell line is cohesive with the Malmo LINE-1 RT discovery; hepatitis C reactivation fits as diagnostic syndrome. pic.twitter.com/NMI6BTiI0O
— Peter McCullough, MD MPH (@P_McCulloughMD) April 12, 2022
Some people pointed out that all this could only be a coincidence.
Someone said: “They even admit in the paper that reactivation could be a coincidence. “While we cannot exclude a coincidental occurrence of the HCV load increase by chance after the vaccination” So in other words, they don’t know.”
Check out our previous article to learn more details.