Tuesday, June 22, 2021

I will be live-blogging tomorrow's ACIP meeting on the Covid vaccine's safety issues tomorrow right here, starting at 11 am EDT

The live blog has moved to the Children's Health Defense website :

https://live.childrenshealthdefense.org/fda-advisory-committee 2 ACHA liaison members are ACIP members

fyi, two Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) members are also members of the American College Health Association and, as liaison members, were no doubt instrumental in convincing colleges to institute Covid vaccine mandates.  Keep that in mind as you watch the speakers 

Thevy Chai, MD
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Sharon McMullen, RN, MPH, FACHA
Cornell University 

The committee is welcomed by Amanda Cohn, MD, who is not only the ACIP Exec Secretary but also a member of the FDA's vaccine advisory committee, VRBPAC--a considerable conflict of interest, which helps to asssure they push the same policies smoothly, together.

Drs. Walensky and Amanda Cohn thanked Anne Schuchat for her service.  Schuchat was fired from her position as Deputy Director by Director Walensky.  She is a very capable liar who I first encountered when she testified to the HOuse Government Reform Commiitttee about the anthrax vaccine 22 years ago.


Anonymous said...

One of the BEST Articles I have seen mRNA Vaccine Safety Issues!

From The Articel!
Well, they were wrong on both accounts. It’s since been well-established that, indeed, 'the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein gets free', and that it is biologically active and causes 'severe problems'. 'It is responsible for the most severe effects seen in COVID-19, such as bleeding disorders, blood clots throughout the body and heart problems'.

'Inventor of mRNA Interviewed About Injection Dangers'!

Yvette said...

Thank you Dr. Nass!! I can't for the life of me understand why more doctors wouldn't want to LISTEN to the actual meetings from which the recommendations actually flow. Have you considered using Twitter for the live-blogging? You'd have many more tuning in. Although I suppose some trolls as well.