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Worldwide Cases Of People Getting Severe Illnesses When Near Vaccinated Persons

By Uncle Coasters | May 6, 2021 Updated: May 6, 2021

The non-profit organization, America’s Frontline Doctors, released a shocking report last week. They warn that trillions of disease causing spike proteins, produced within recipients of the experimental COVID-19 gene therapy vaccines, can be transmitted to the unvaccinated. In other words, vaccinated people may be causing illnesses in unvaccinated populations.

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This transmission of spike proteins also appears to bypass the protective blood-brain barrier. Thus, “Worldwide cases of pericarditis, shingles, pneumonia, blood clots in the extremities and brain, Bell’s Palsy, vaginal bleeding and miscarriages have been reported in persons who are near persons who have been vaccinated.”

Now, there appears to be two major causes of concern here. First, people may be vulnerable to severe illness when near the vaccinated. Second, illnesses may be blamed on COVID-19 variants instead of the vaccinated population. This, of course, could be used as the reason to quickly roll out even more experimental vaccines.

Even more alarmingly, these spike proteins don’t appear to have “turn off” intelligence. So, the vaccinated may be transmitting disease causing spike proteins indefinitely. Thus, strengthening your immune system may be your best defense. I’ll be updating email subscribers with effective immune boosting and preventative measures. Stay tuned for breakthrough reports.


Pascocello, D. (2021, April 26). IDENTIFYING POST-VACCINATION COMPLICATIONS & THEIR CAUSES: AN ANALYSIS OF COVID-19 PATIENT DATA. Retrieved from https://www.americasfrontlinedoctors.org/action-alerts/identifying-post-vaccination-complications-their-causes-an-analysis-of-covid-19-patient-data

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