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“How Many People Are the Vaccines Killing?” Asks Dr. Vernon Coleman.
By Dr. Vernon Coleman – http://www.vernoncoleman.com
No one knows how many people the vaccines are killing – or how many they will kill.
But although I haven’t seen the main stream media mention any of these deaths people have already died after being given the vaccine.
1. A 41-year-old Portuguese mother of two who worked in paediatrics died at a hospital in Porto just two days after being vaccinated against covid-19.
2. Norway is investigating the deaths of two nursing home residents who died after being vaccinated against covid-19.
3. In Florida, US, a doctor died after suffering a stroke after receiving a covid-19 vaccination.
4. A 32-year-old Medical doctor suffered seizures and was paralysed after receiving the covid-19 vaccine.
Those are just a few of the possible deaths and injuries that have followed vaccination.
I have no doubt that the authorities will claim that these deaths were coincidental. But these patients were healthy and died unexpectedly.
And, let us remember, if a patient dies within 28 days of being tested positive for coronavirus (and the test doesn’t mean that the patient even has the disease since most tests are false positives) then the death will be listed as a covid-19 death and the patient will be said to have died `with’ covid-19.
So, by the same token, it is perfectly reasonable to say that if a patient dies or falls ill within 28 days of being vaccinated then the death or illness was related to the covid-19 vaccine.
Will the mainstream media ever start recording these deaths or illnesses? Or are journalists going to continue to promote the official government line – and to deny, distort or suppress the truth?
How many people have to die before the media wakes up?
According to the National Vaccine Information Centre in the U.S., 13 people had died of the covid-19 vaccine by the 30th December 2020.
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