On Wednesday, medical professionals and clinicians with expertise in COVID-19 vaccine development and therapies joined Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wis.). Dr. Peter McCullough attended the panel as a significant participant. Academic internist, cardiologist, and epidemiologist McCullough has these degrees. Also present was American physician, scientist, and inventor of the mRNA vaccine, Dr. Robert Malone.
The debate titled“COVID-19 Vaccines: What they Are, How They Work, and Possible Causes of Injuries, and Possible Causes of Injuries” aimed to clarify the present state of knowledge on the vaccine and the future directions.
Diseases and immunisation side effects were the topics of conversation. The substantial rise in reported ailments throughout the Department of Defense was one of the subjects discussed. A variety of ailments were reported to the DOD in 35,000 cases in 2019, 150,000 cases in 2021, and up to 205,000 cases in 2022.
Prior to the public's access to the vaccination, COVID was responsible for over 250,000 fatalities in the United States, according to Dr. McCullough. There have been around 750,000 documented fatalities since the maximum immunisation programme began.
According to Dr. Malone, the mRNA vaccination has a number of impacts that are currently being researched and lasts for a very long period in the human body. Before the body adjusts to the vaccination and the antibodies break it down, the initial vaccine was designed to remain in the body for many hours. Dr. Malone made the observation that the current vaccination "lasts 60 days or more," which may have a number of unintended consequences.
Additionally, it was disclosed that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published a research suggesting that 79% of all documented Omicron variant cases were from people who had previously received their entire course of vaccinations.
After the House of Representatives made public their intentions to revoke the COVID-19 vaccination requirement for the military, this panel was convened. Later on in the week, it will be put to a vote.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Oann.