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This week, Mary Holland, Children’s Health Defense president, and Polly Tommey, co-producer of “Vaxxed,” covered the latest headlines on COVID-19, Big Pharma and other issues, including the latest monkeypox and coronavirus news.

Mary and Polly discussed the case of a young boy who died of myocarditis after his COVID-19 Pfizer vaccination. Plus, thousands of deaths and adverse reactions have vanished from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database.

Also on tap this week: Considering the mounting evidence of adverse effects and lack of effectiveness, some physicians and health agencies are calling for the immediate withdrawal of the COVID-19 vaccines.

More of this week’s highlights:

  • Autopsies are showing a higher viral load in the vaccinated, with evidence of a pathological outcome, especially in the immunocompromised. “They are just not following the science,” said Mary.
  • Unvaccinated students at a high school in Los Angeles are not allowed to walk at graduation. “This is to punish those who are not compliant,” said Mary.
  • Organic strawberries are being linked to hepatitis outbreaks. What is really going on with hepato-symptom laundering? “Food for thought there,” said Polly.
  • In a “silly article,” meat-eaters in London are urged to be careful with animal product consumption as monkeypox numbers rise.
  • “Twelve Monkeypox Facts: What You Need to Know.” “You should really read this article,” said Polly.
  • Pharmeceutical companies Emergent BioSolutions and SIGA Technologies were in rocky financial territory just a few weeks ago, but with concerns ramping up over a global monkeypox outbreak, their worries were quickly forgotten. “Follow the money,” said Mary. “This is dark money.”
  • Politicians and public health officials deliver mixed messages to the public about the origins of the monkeypox outbreak and the level of risk it poses, while pharmaceutical companies prepare to introduce monkeypox vaccines. “Definitely something we are going to have to watch,” said Mary.

  • Shipments of thousands of potentially disease-ridden monkeys crisscross the U.S., often without legally required inspections. The monkeys are destined for labs where they’re used for medical research that most often produces little in the way of meaningful results.
  • Russell L. Blaylock, a retired neurosurgeon, believes that throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the media and public health officials fed the public an unending series of lies, distortions and disinformation. “This is the article of the week,” said Polly. “Well worth the read,” said Mary.
  • A World Health Organization international pandemic treaty is tied to a global digital passport and identification system.
  • A division of the National Institutes of Health run by Dr. Anthony Fauci allocated $1,836,453 in taxpayer dollars to test an experimental hay fever drug on dogs, rats and mice. “It is horrifying,” said Mary.
  • Drug companies paid doctors to write opioid prescriptions, new documents reveal. “A very good article,” said Mary.
  • In the midst of the deadliest outbreak of avian flu in seven years, experts explain why industrial egg and chicken farms create the ideal conditions for the EA H5N1 virus to “spread like wildfire.”
  • The lawyer representing plaintiffs in a lawsuit against Atlas Air said he plans to file similar lawsuits against the Federal Aviation Administration, the U.S. Department of Transportation and 18 major airlines over their COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
  • Lawyers working on behalf of CHD have filed a motion to intervene in the legal battle between the Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Board of Health and Verizon over the telecom giant’s refusal to remove or relocate a cell tower. Keep up to date with more CHD radiofrequency radiation coverage here. “This is very exciting,” said Mary.
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