Covid Vaccines were a Colossal Failure … Oh, and They Really Are Out Ta Getcha

Colleen Huber summarizes global vaccine data. The conclusion is unequivocal. Not only did they fail to protect and stop transmission, they have negative efficacy — the more you boost, the greater the likelihood of getting Covid. Not to mention, the spikes in excess mortality clearly attributed to the introduction of The Jab.

And, to add insult to injury, Dr. Michael Yeadon, who formerly served as Pfizer’s vice president and chief scientist for allergy and respiratory, believes (‘knows”) the COVID virus, with its subsequent “vaccine” campaign, was a “supranational operation” designed “to injure people, to maim and kill deliberately.”

“There’s no way that could have happened at the local level, at the country level. Therefore, it must have occurred at a level above. Whether it was the WHO or the World Economic Forum, or other, I don’t know,” but the orchestrated response demonstrates a planned event as opposed to one determined by the chance of the virus developing, Yeadon said.

These governments “all did the same stupid, ineffective, known-not-to-work things at the same time, none of which were in their countries’ pandemic preparedness plans, because I’ve read them all,” the toxicology expert assured.

Yeadon summarized, “[t]he alleged vaccines were designed to injure, maim and kill. Multiple obvious toxicities were deliberately built into their designs, with the result that there would be high expectations of blood clots, autoimmune attacks and cytokine storms all over the body, depending on where it went in a given individual.”

“Finally, the mRNA agents were formulated in lipid nanoparticles, which was known from 2012 to cause accumulation in certain viscera, notably ovaries. Negative impacts on fertility were also virtually assured.”

Another undeniable link between The Jab and all-cause mortality.

And then there’s this: Deagel population forecast of nearly 70 percent fewer Americans by 2025 is starting to look prophetic.

So, umm, well, isn’t that special. I don’t know what to make of it. Kinda out there. I guess we won’t have long to wait to see how that bears out.