Cardiologist Aseem Malhotra Gives Ray Of Hope In The Face Of Widespread Corrupt Science

Climate science has a lot of similarities with the science surrounding COVID prevention and treatment.

Both are awash with glaring contradictions, absurdities, corruption, censorship, propaganda, scientific bullying and coercion. But now one leading voice has courageously changed his mind and come out against the controversial vaccines.

“A reanalysis of randomised control trial data from both Moderna and Pfizer revealed one is more likely to suffer a serious adverse event from the COVID 19 vaccine than to be hospitalised with COVID 19,” Malhotra says.

“In part 2 of the paper, I aim to get to the root cause and understand why authorities and sections of the medical profession supported unethical, coercive and misinformed policies such as vaccine mandates and vaccine passports, undermining ethical evidence-based medicine and informed consent.”

“In conclusion of those papers, there is a strong ethical, scientific and moral case to be made that the COVID 19 vaccine rollout must stop immediately until more data has been released for fully independent scrutiny.”

Dr. Mahotra’s video announcement is a sign there’s still hope for true science and that scientific fraud is finally being exposed and challenged.

But we are not naïve and know this is far from being put right. We will keep pressing on until the true science emerges.

3 responses to “Cardiologist Aseem Malhotra Gives Ray Of Hope In The Face Of Widespread Corrupt Science”

  1. voza0db

    This scoundrel and terrorist is only doing this because his father was culled by the mRNA toxic spew!

    So he can go screw himself… I’d give in 7 boosters doses in one jab.

  2. oebele bruinsma

    Yeah shall reap what yeah shall sow

  3. Richard Greene

    I believe he is talking about COVID in 2021 and 2020 when going to a hospital was a lot more common than in 2022, with Omicron, when hospitalization is rare.
    Omicron is just a coronavirus common cold with recovery in 2 to 7 days being typical. Hospitalization is very rare. just like with any other common cold.

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