Covid Vaccines Bloody Travesty: from Shots to Clots, by Dr. Joel S. Hirschhorn

This is a very good medical explanation of what can happen after the vaccines, particular in the blood system, and you don’t need to be a doctor to understand it. From Dr. Joel S. Hirschhorn at lewrockwell.com:

People face a difficult decision on whether or not to take an experimental or even approved COVID vaccine for the first time or as a booster shot.

So much information tells the ugly story of people who have suffered illness or death because they were not vaccinated.

But there are also increasing stories of breakthrough infections despite vaccination.  Why? Because these vaccines are not working very well.

Just as important as declining vaccine effectiveness over time is the increasing evidence of direct harm from vaccines.  Their safety is not what government agencies proclaim.  And getting booster shots just raises vaccine harm issues.

It has become increasingly clear that natural immunity obtained from prior COVID infection is better than vaccine immunity.  The ideal solution is not getting vaccine shots, but seeing treatment protocols as vaccine alternatives.

How can people make good, informed decisions about the vaccines?  Especially those who have refused to capitulate to the coercion and propaganda.  This article provides good information about blood clots and bleeding that have injured and killed many people worldwide.

People will not get solid information on vaccine induced blood problems from mainstream big media.

If you only consider statistics about the number of people benefitting from vaccines versus lower numbers experiencing bad side effects, you might dismiss the negatives in favor of the positives.  But one significant uncertainty is about longer-term negative vaccine impacts that may impact millions of vaccinated people.

This article provides a compelling account of COVID vaccine dangers.  If you get a shot, you are gambling that you will not fall victim to it.  The quandary is whether that gamble is worth taking.

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