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Sunday Live: CDC Website Reveals COVID Injections Killed More People Than Virus in Recent Weeks

Infowars.com
July 18th 2021, 3:58 pm
The truth about the experimental mRNA shot is hiding in plain view -- tune in and share this link to demolish their depopulation house of cards!
Again, the enemy is desperate to suppress this information -- this is a confirmed depopulation/sterilization attack.
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Alex Jones breaks down the shocking information from the CDC’s own website showing that more people died from the experimental COVID mRNA injection than from the actual coronavirus over the last two weeks, as the federal government – in collaboration with Big Tech – scrambles to censor anyone who opposes the narrative that vaccines are 100% safe.

The Big Tech purge is here! Follow Infowars and Alex Jones on other growing platforms now to stay informed as the information blackout accelerates.

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