Expert Cardiologist Issues Dire Warning: Experimental Vaccines are Ineffective and Could Cause Mad Cow Disease - Steve Bannon's War Room: PandemicFacebookTwitterEmailDr. Richard Fleming, physicist-nuclear cardiologist, issued a dire warning that experimental covid vaccines are not effective, but could cause Mad Cow disease. “I’m not anti-vax,” Fleming told War Room, Tuesday. “I’m just anti-bad medicine.” Fleming says the vaccine companies...pandemic.warroom.org
A convicted felon writes a paper on hotly debated diets. What could go wrong?
Oh, and make sure the lead author of said study isn’t a convicted felon who pleaded guilty to healthcare fraud.
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Dr. Richard M. Fleming was sentenced today in Lincoln, Nebraska, by the Honorable Richard G. Kopf to five years probation with six months home detention, including electronic monitoring, and ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $107,244.24 for the felony offenses of health care fraud and mail fraud.
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The two people I know with the worst reactions were young (under 30) and healthy. They didn’t get any reaction to the first dose of Pfizer, but they were both knocked down by the second dose for a day. I planned my schedule to be able to manage it, and all I got after the second dose was a slightly sore arm, like a flu shot. And I am 66, non-smoker, and quite round.Had our 1st Pfizer yesterday. Arm a little sore. No other issues.
I wonder how much smoking or being overweight affects those who get it?
We are active and non smokers,will still wear masks.
Yeah after my morning headache I actually started feeling pretty poorly in the afternoon. Very achy like an oncoming flu. I too vegged all afternoon and was fine the next day.I had little reaction to #1 Moderna, but second, OW! I had trouble sleeping that night, and the morning was greeted with the nastiest headache I've had in a long time.
Fortunately, I had all day to laze about the house, and get over it. I spent most of the day napping, and by dinner was feeling better. The arm was kinda painful for a couple of days.
Several family members also had the Moderna, and felt fine the day after #2.
How long after that 2nd shot? Did those symptoms start in a few hours or more or less?
-Don- Reno, NV
Okay, good, that was what I was hoping as I was planning on riding my electric motorcycle down to get the 2nd shot (in ten more days) and I want to be sure I can ride back okay. I will plan on taking it easy the next day. Perhaps I will spend that day posting a few messages here . . .For me the afternoon of the shot was fine. The next day was a headache from about 6am to about noon and by 2pm I was feeling pretty beat up.
2nd shot was 28 days after 1st.How long after that 2nd shot? Did those symptoms start in a few hours or more or less?
-Don- Reno, NV