How bad is my batch?

Dr. Malone, U.S. virologist and immunologist who has dedicated his professional career to the development of mRNA vaccines.

The first shot was fine. No issues. The second shot almost did me in. As in I almost died.

Dr. Robert. W. Malone

You have heard of the interview between Joe Rogan and Dr. Malone. Now read all about the doctor’s battle with adverse reactions against the shot he took in order to be able to travel.

After the injection, I had the usual fatigue, muscle-ache and then the palpitations started, as well as shortness of breath. Within a couple days, it got worse – I am not someone who goes to the doctor easily, but luckily for me, I happened to have a routine appointment with my physician. She cuffed me and my systolic blood pressure was through the roof. As she is also a cardiologist, she had more tests run, started me on high blood pressure meds and we got it under control. I kind of feel like I owe her my life.

His readers directed him to a website charting adverse reactions and linking them to specific batches of vaccine.

Maybe you would like to try it? If you didn’t take up the government on its offer to “protect you” you will still find these numbers fascinating. If you took it because your job depended upon it, or you had to attend to family members, or because you believed the government wouldn’t harm you – then enter the batch number recorded on your vaccine record and await the results. We tried it in the office. Every batch number that was entered produced numerous deaths, disabilities and life-threatening illnesses.

And just a reminder…