“This Is Worrying Me Quite A Bit”: mRNA Vaccine Inventor Shares Viral Thread Showing COVID Surge In Most-Vaxxed Countries

By Tyler Durden (via Zero Hedge)

There is now statistical evidence that the higher the rate of mRNA-inoculations in a country, the higher is the incidence of actual Covid cases. According to Zero Hedge: 

The inventor of the mRNA “experimental gene-therapy”, Dr. Robert Malone, is worried. And rightly so. He actually said from the beginning that mRNA-type inoculations were not meant as vaccines, they were experimental cancer therapies.

Here’s what has Malone worried:

Does he know that Pfizer and Moderna put graphene oxide in the vial? – Graphene Oxide is a toxin and only used in cancer patients in severe cases and for specific localized treatments.

See this revealing interview with Ricardo Delgado, of the Spanish Research Team, “The Fifth Column”, and Prof. Michel Chossudovsky

The results of the Spanish study suggest, yet to be fully confirmed, that the recorded vaccine related deaths and “adverse events” (e.g. published in the US by the CDC and in the EU) are attributable to the presence of graphene oxide nano-particles contained in the Covid vaccine vial.

Of significance, (acknowledged by national health authorities) graphene oxide is also contained in the face mask.

Graphene has electromagnetic properties which have been detected in people who have been vaccinated. These effects have been amply documented and confirmed. See the study conducted by the European Forum for Vaccine Vigilance

The positive take on this news is that gradually but surely the truth is emerging.

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