Pharma scientists admit the COVID vaccines can cause blood clots, by Vasko Kohlmayer

They’re only a year too late. From Vasko Kohlmayer at

“AstraZeneca uncovers what’s triggering blood clots after its jab,” reads a recent headline from Mail Online.

“Oh, oh, oh!” one feels like exclaiming.  So it is true after all.  After nearly one year of stonewalling and denials, they officially admit that the COVID vaccines can, in fact, cause blood clots.

This will undoubtedly come as a great shock to those who believe the mainstream media narratives, where all talk of vaccine injury has been hitherto dismissed as “misinformation” from those right-wing anti-vaxxers.

We have been repeatedly told that only crazy people would believe that the COVID vaccines could be dangerous.  After all, scientists and public health officials have always reassured us that these vaccines are “completely safe and effective.”

It turns out, however, that the mantra “completely safe and effective” is not true, since those crack scientists who devised these vaccines now admit that their product can also generate blood clots.

But we should not worry too much about it, because they also helpfully inform us that they may have discovered what in their vaccines causes these deadly side-effects (emphasis added):

They found that the shell of the vector vaccine — the weakened cold virus used to teach cells how to neutralise COVID — sometimes acts like a magnet and attracts platelets, a protein found in the blood. For reasons the scientists are still probing, the body then mistakes these platelets as a threat and produces antibodies to fight them. The combination of the platelets and the antibodies clumping together leads to the formation of dangerous blood clots.

Congratulations on that discovery, but it comes a little late in the game after hundreds of millions of doses of AstraZeneca have been injected into people’s bodies worldwide.

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