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World-Renowned Microbiologist Issues Dire Warning On COVID Vaccine And Impending Mass Deaths — Calls For Criminal Prosecutions

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In an exclusive interview with The New American magazine, internationally renowned microbiologist Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi warns that the COVID hysteria is based on lies, adding his voice to the chorus of others like Dr. Tenpenny who say you should avoid the vaccine.

What’s even more alarming is his assertion that the COVID vaccines are set to cause a world-wide cataclysm of unprecedented proportions, including mass death among those who take them.

Starting off, Dr. Bhakdi, the retired chief of the Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene at the University of Mainz, explains that the PCR used to “diagnose” COVID cases has been abused to produce fear in a way that is unscientific.

Next, he explains what the mRNA vaccines are going to do to the human body using analogies and language that anyone can understand.

Among other concerns, he expects massive death due to deadly clotting as well as immune system responses that will destroy the human body.

Finally, Bhakdi, who warned of impending “doom” during a Fox News interview that went viral, calls for criminal prosecutions of the people responsible, as well as an immediate halt to this global experiment.

Watch the full interview:

USA Today, however, quickly posted a “fact check” of Dr. Bhakdi’s statement and determined he is “100% wrong”:

Bhakdi is a microbiologist who has promoted ideas that run counter to the scientific consensus about the coronavirus pandemic, including the false claim that face masks don’t protect against infection. In the video, which was originally published by the New American, a conservative magazine, Bhakdi says coronavirus vaccines are deadly.

“They are forcing vaccination on people, and I believe they are killing people with this vaccination,” he says during the video, which has more than 268,000 views on Rumble, a video-sharing platform.

“Guys, don’t get a third or fourth or fifth (shot), because if you do that, you are going to contribute to the decimation of the world’s population,” he says later.

Over the course of the 40-minute clip, Bhakdi calls the pandemic “a fake,” says wearing masks and quarantining is “absolutely ridiculous nonsense,” and coronavirus tests don’t work. In this fact-check, we’re focusing on the claim that coronavirus vaccines are killing people.

That claim sounds scary coming from a scientist, but it’s not accurate.

The Food and Drug Administration has approved three coronavirus vaccines for emergency use in the United States. Clinical trials involving tens of thousands of participants found the vaccines were all safe and effective at preventing coronavirus infection, and millions of Americans have safely received them.

There’s no evidence the vaccines cause death, or that they will depopulate the planet — and clear evidence to the contrary.

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Coronavirus vaccines are safe, effective

There are three coronavirus vaccines approved for emergency use in the U.S.: one from Pfizer-BioNTech, one from Moderna and one from Janssen, a pharmaceutical company owned by Johnson & Johnson. Public health officials say all are safe and effective at preventing COVID-19.

Over the course of several months in 2020, more than 100,000 people participated in clinical trials for the coronavirus vaccines as a group. None of those trials found that the vaccines caused death. The FDA approved the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines in December, and Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine in February.

Since then, more than 144 million Americans have received at least one coronavirus vaccine dose, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

If the vaccines were as deadly as Bhakdi says, we would surely see widespread and mounting deaths in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), a federally managed database of self-reported vaccine side effects. There are reports of coronavirus vaccine-related deaths in the VAERS database, but since anyone — from doctors and nurses to patients and parents — can submit cases, the CDC says those reports are unverified and may be inaccurate.

“COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective,” the CDC says on its website. “To date, VAERS has not detected patterns in cause of death that would indicate a safety problem with COVID-19 vaccines.”

So there you go. You can believe the microbiologist or believe the fact-checkers at USA Today.

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