Mid-September: twenty people travelled from a dozen states to Washington D.C. to ask the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for help.
Two had lost sons, 16 and 34 years old, soon after their shots. Three were in wheelchairs, including a girl, 14. A surgeon, nurse practitioner, teacher, and most others can no longer work. Once healthy and fit, many had been eager to be vaccinated.
They got a one hour Zoom call to their hotel conference room with the top vaccine official in the United States – Peter Marks.
Seems what he said amounted to:
… “Thank you so much for sharing”
“We don’t have any secrets here,” he continued. “Our goal is to make the public understand the benefits and risks of these vaccines.”
On July 24, 2021, people of the world came together to celebrate Ivermectin for a day focused on unity, love, and gratitude for this precious gift from Mother Earth. Ivermectin is the key and has already brought immeasurable benefit to humanity. It’s time to celebrate and let the world know that it’s going to be ok!
Replays daily 12am-12pm daily (London time/BST). Showcase pieces and panel discussions from the day available further down the page.
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