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Two doctors explain what's really going on with COVID

I've just completed a marathon of listening to six hours of Joe
Rogan interviewing two doctors - first Peter McCullough, then
Robert Malone. Both, uncensored on Gettr and Spotify, are
worth your time.  Listening certainly furthered my education.
The two doctors collaborate and are friends, but that doesn't
mean there aren't a few contradictions between them. Dr. 
McCullough said Moronic (AKA omicron) is only four times
more contagious than alpha was, but Dr. Malone said omicron
is much more contagious. 
Also, at Dr. McCullough's request, Dr. Malone corrected Dr.
McCullough's statement that one can't get the virus more than
once. Apparently, they've been finding that, while people who
had alpha didn't get delta, omicron is sufficiently different in its
structure that it's infecting even those who've had COVID
previously. The good news is that, symptomatically, it's still
not much worse than a cold, and yeah, it will provide antibodies
that will keep you from getting COVID again, or so it seems.
One of the biggest takeaways from the time I just spent listening
to Dr. Malone is that I gained a deeper understanding of the
duplicitous nature of the powers that be in manipulating the public
about COVID.  For example, we know that the Biden
administration's been pulling from use all supplies of monoclonal
antibodies.  Supposedly, this is based on the assumption that all
the COVID in America comes from omicron now, and the
antibodies don't work for omicron.
It's a lame excuse at best.  Dr. Malone insists that the primary
cause of hospitalization is still delta, which is much more virulent
and causes far more severe illness if untreated.  The antibodies are
the best defense against it.  Pulling them from use is going to
mean an escalation in hospitalization and death.
Why are they pulling the antibodies?  Let me say that Dr. Malone
is careful in how he says things and well versed in the legalities
of his statements.  As I understood it, Emergency Use Authorizations
expire, and that's what the EUA for the vaccine is set to do. You
need people to be panicked to justify renewing the EUA without
Throughout both podcasts, one theme was repeated again and again,
which is how the medical and political establishments stifle
discourse and shut down anyone who doesn't toe the line on
vaccination. Both described the alarming methods for doing this.
Dr. Malone even said Dr. McCullough is deeply in debt trying to
defend his license - and he's one of the pre-eminent voices in his
field, for he's one of the most published doctors in the U.S., with
over 1,000 publications, and over 600 citations in the library of
medicine, and was the chief of cardiovascular research at Baylor
University Health Care System.  (You can see his entire C.V. here.)
If they can shut Dr. McCullough and Dr. Malone down - and Dr.
Malone invented the technology used to create the vaccines - we're
in trouble.
As always, we must follow the money, the crooked politicians, and
the incompetent "leaders" asking us to blindly follow them. Looking
farther, we must ask if there are even more nefarious purposes in
this push to vaccinate, coupled with rigorously stifling discourse. 
Given the overwhelming pressure to get vaccinated, coupled with
the tyrannical efforts to silence dissent, it's not surprising how
many people have concluded that there's a megalomaniacal desire
to control the world, depopulate it, and end civilization as we've
built it.
If authorities would honestly address alarming reports of sudden
deaths from all over the world, and give us honest data, we would
have concrete facts upon which to evaluate whether the vaccines
have been causal.  If this trend is real, it must all come to light,
as insurance companies are duty-bound to report their statistics,
and a huge spike in deaths, absent other reasons, would be very
revealing. As it is, though, governments around the world have not
given us any reason to trust them.  Add to the ignored or
manipulated data the push to make sure we all have our social credit
passports, and yes, eventually, our microchip to be read by those in
authority.  There's a reason those of us who haven't bought into the
COVID narrative feel that our world increasingly resembles North
Korean totalitarianism.
We're being commanded to get used to a life proscribed by irrational
mandates that weaken us in every sector. It is my fervent hope that
the Supreme Court ends this.  I have no faith in them after the
election fiasco, but maybe they'll surprise us all and do the right
thing. After all, we have a "vaccine" that doesn't prevent the virus
but, accordingly to highly reputable, informed doctors, may harm the
very DNA of the people it's given to, and this information is
getting increasingly difficult to stuff into a box.
If you want more from the good doctors, beyond the podcasts, go to
the Global COVID Summit, in which both participate. They've also
planned a march on Washington for January 23.  While I'm all for
making our voices heard, I urge caution about marches on Washington.
The march might just be feeding more fuel into the chipper-shredder
of our "Demoncratic" Congress.