What Did The Experimental mRNA Jab Do?
- It reprogrammed the human DNA / your biometrics.
- Some people had an adverse reaction to these jabs. Certain blood types acted differently. Some blood types caused blood clotting more than other.
- A / B negatives are probably the ones falling over dead / being affected the most.
April 22, 2022
Embalmer Robert Hirschman says this is not normal. Blood clots in deceased people! Warning Graphic.
Doctor concerned by 40% increase in all cause deaths.
April 18, 2022: “Unexplainable” is the wrong term entirely. However, when you “can’t” divulge the reason for something, which should have been stated up front, this is a different scenario. It goes without saying that it’s unfortunate that “the truth” is, largely, illegal, and therefore cannot be stated.
American Airlines Pilot Coerced & Injured
April 9, 2022: American Airlines Captain Bob Snow, coerced to vax (jab or job), suffered a heart attack 6 mins after landing in Dallas, April 9th. He speaks out. All Canadian airline pilots were coerced exactly the same. Contact Cdn Airline execs & Transport Canada if you have concerns.
Pfizer Vaccine Side Effects
March 9, 2022: Pfizer Finally Releases First Batch of Data on Side Effects
Injuries & Deaths
SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination and Myocarditis in a Nordic Cohort Study of 23 Million Residents
Question: Is SARS-CoV-2 messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccination associated with risk of myocarditis?
Findings: In a cohort study of 23.1 million residents across 4 Nordic countries, risk of myocarditis after the first and second doses of SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccines was highest in young males aged 16 to 24 years after the second dose. For young males receiving 2 doses of the same vaccine, data were compatible with between 4 and 7 excess events in 28 days per 100 000 vaccinees after second-dose BNT162b2, and between 9 and 28 per 100 000 vaccinees after second-dose mRNA-1273.
Meaning: The risk of myocarditis in this large cohort study was highest in young males after the second SARS-CoV-2 vaccine dose, and this risk should be balanced against the benefits of protecting against severe COVID-19 disease.