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Indian Doctor on Tucker explained that if you already had COVID or you currently have COVID, you should NOT get vaccinated


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A Doctor on Tucker's show just explained WHY people are developing Blood Clots after getting Vaccinated and I don't think Tucker even understood what the Good Doctor was saying

This Indian Doctor on Tucker explained that if you already had COVID or you currently have COVID, you should NOT get vaccinated.

Basically, when you inject the COVID vaccine into your blood stream, the immune systems of people that have already been infected with COVID immediately attacks the new "virus" as it is coursing through your veins.

Your own immune system attacks everything that the vaccine touches which includes the walls of your blood vessels which then causes the Clots.

These doctors that are telling people to get vaccinated AFTER they have already had COVID are committing malpractice at the very minimum and murder at the other end of the spectrum.

Simple logic would dictate that people who have already had COVID do not need the vaccine and now we have deaths and evidence to back that up.


 

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Tucker DID get it.... he said it made sense people should be tested for antibodies before they get vaccinated, but the 'authorities' haven't been doing it.

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I was extremely grateful that Tucker had the doctor on his show.

 

I feel like we are all watching bus loads of people being rounded up and taken to the gas chambers and the people on the buses think they are headed to Disneyland.

 

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Greenmeadow

Is there a link to this show?

 

Found it

An interview with Tucker Carlson on blood clotting complications after COVID-19 Vaccination.

In this interview I discuss the possibility that indiscriminate COVID-19 vaccination of persons with previous or recent SARS-CoV-2 infections might have caused the blood clotting complications that resulted in the pause in the J&J vaccine's distribution.

 

 

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