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Vivek Ramaswamy’s Controversial Vaccine Comments During Republican Debate Sparks Blackout and Conspiracy Theories

Vivek Ramaswamy, a Republican debate candidate, promised to revoke the Reagan-era legislation granting immunity to the vaccine industry in cases of injury caused by vaccines. During the debate, the feed mysteriously blacked out for eight minutes, fueling conspiracy theories. The streaming platform, Rumble, denied responsibility, blaming a third-party feed failure.

The Truth Behind Moderna and Pfizer COVID Vaccines: Unveiling DNA Contamination

Amidst the fervor of COVID-19 vaccination, startling revelations...

Climate Change vs. Covid Vaccines: Unraveling the Truth Behind Cardiovascular Events

In current headlines, mainstream media (MSM) is quick...

Uncovering the Intriguing Connection Between COVID Vaccines and MAC Addresses

In recent times, a compelling correlation has emerged,...

Uncovered: Troubling Effects of Contaminated Vaccines on Public Health

Vaccines have long been heralded as one of the greatest advancements in modern medicine, credited with saving millions of lives worldwide. They are designed...

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Tony Blair Calls for a Political “Reset” Amidst Rise of the “Weird & Wealthy”

Former UK Prime Minister, Tony Blair, has ignited controversy...

Will AI Join with Humans

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made remarkable strides in recent...

Fauci’s Follies: A Tale of Oath-Breaking and Forgetfulness

Once again, Dr. Anthony Fauci finds himself in the...

Doctors Caught in Bizarre Experiment: Declaring Patients ‘Brain Dead’ for Medical Testing

It's high time we acknowledge the humanity in our patients, rather than treating them as disposable test subjects in our quest for medical enlightenment. In a world where ethics take a backseat to scientific curiosity, it's up to us to demand accountability and uphold the sanctity of human life, even in the face of medical innovation gone awry.

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