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German Doctor Murdered Hours After Exposing Graphene Hydroxide In Vaccines — See Video Here

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December 4th 2021, 10:03 am
Dr. Andreas Noack claimed to have discovered tiny carbon particles in the Covid injection that act as thousands of tiny razor blades circulating throughout the cardiovascular system.
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Harrison Smith breaks down a shocking report of a German scientist named Dr. Andreas Noack who was reportedly murdered after revealing that tiny stable carbon compounds called graphene hydroxide were found in the Covid injection that act as thousands of tiny razor blades within the cardiovascular system.

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