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SMOKING GUN: CDC Data Exposes Excessive Deaths Following Mass Covid Injections

by The Alex Jones Show | Battleplan.news
May 12th 2022, 6:43 pm
Dr. Richard Fleming reviews CDC data with Alex Jones showing masking and vaccines had no preventative effect on Covid deaths - and instead exacerbated them!
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Renowned cardiologist Dr. Richard Fleming compiled CDC data showing how excess deaths spiked following the introduction of Covid vaccines, and again during the introduction of booster jabs.

“The absolute data now shows us that the consequence of this vaccine has been the production of every one of these diseases,” Fleming said.

“These are the excess deaths being tallied by the CDC, and I know they weren’t trying to give me information to use in a keynote presentation like this, but they did their job and they provided beautiful data that shows the consequence of these vaccines and masking.”


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