“So this is the defense epidemiologic surveillance system and the whistleblower.”
The Biden admin announced that they are launching the COVID.gov website, where people will keep up with the latest developments about the pandemic.
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called for over $40 billion in additional C-19 help. Also, FDA granted approval for Pfizer to start administering another dose to people older than 50. The site is full of data approved by the Biden admin; it also provides masks, treatments, and tests for Americans.
The Democrats are still charging ahead with their C-19 narrative. Dr. Robert Malone talked to Tucker Carson and shared some startling data about their agenda.
Dr. Malone stated, “The one that’s popping up now is just stunning to me, is this whistleblower release of information from the DoD database, the DMSS database.” He added, “This is the data that describe the adverse events in the Department of Defense. So this is the defense epidemiologic surveillance system and the whistleblower.”
The doctor explained, “Massive increases in 2021, relative to 2020, and preceding years have multiple hundreds of percent up to 1,000% in a variety of adverse events, which is to say diseases that are suspected of being associated with the vaccine administration.”
Dr. Malone emphasized “cancer, heart attack, stroke, and infertility.” He said, “It is stunning to me. I take no pleasure in finding that the things that I’ve been raising alarms about are those things that are popping up in this signal. Ryan Cole has been observing increased incidents of cancers and odd behaviors of cancers to get into the nuance of cells replicating at a much higher level in a field of cancer cells than they would normally be seen in that type of cancer. And, and he’s been observing this, but it’s all anecdotal.”
Carlson asked, “Since you are one of the people in the country who understands how these vaccines work. Do you think it’s plausible that they increase the risk of cancer?”
Dr. Malone said yes.