Patrick J. McShay Joins Jerry Barrett on This Weeks Power Of Prophecy Podcast Titled
Jerry Barrett is pleased to welcome investigative researcher and journalist Patrick J. McShay to the show. After two years of constant bombardment from lame stream media to submit to gene therapy, staggering numbers of adverse reactions are proving how wise it was to deny the mandates. Has Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) cases skyrocketed upwards? What is Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS)? Has immune system damage been credited for the outbreak of “Monkeypox?” The answers to these questions and much more are in this week’s powerful program, Stupid Is As Stupid Does—Could AIDS, Monkeypox, and Sudden Adult Death Syndrome Be Jab Related?
The latest drop of pages from the secret Pfizer documents reveals that the pharmaceutical giant is fully aware that its Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine” will soon result in mass depopulation of the world.
The June 1 dump contains a document called “reissue_5.3.6 postmarketing experience.pdf,” page 12 of which includes disturbing data on getting Pfizer’s Fauci Flu injection during pregnancy and lactation.
It turns out that 90 percent of pregnant women who took the shot ended up losing their babies. This is a shocking figure that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) apparently did not think twice about when granting Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to the jab.
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*Recent Articles By Patrick J. McShay:
*COVID-19 Vaccine Agenda: Mass Immunization Or Mass Genocide?
*The Transhumanist Agenda And The Mark Of The Beast Vaccine
*THE COVID-19 VACCINE KILL SHOT HEARD AROUND THE WORLD
*Coronavirus: From Pandemic To Police State
*COVID-19: Was This Medical Police State Planned?
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