Dr. McCullough claims COVID vaccines never worked on anyone
Meanwhile, Health Canada is advising people to get their seventh shot.

Mike Campbell

July 26, 2023

Dr. Peter McCullough stated that he doesn’t think the COVID vaccines worked on anyone — ever. 

Dr. McCullough claims COVID vaccines never worked on anyone

McCullough made the comment on Grant Stinchfield’s Real America’s Voice.

“In the end, the vaccines never worked to begin with,” he told Stinchfield. 

McCullough further said the vaccines “were rolled out before they were adequately safety tested.” 

The world renowned cardiologist has conducted several studies on heart disease, collecting over 70,000 citations in peer reviewed articles.

“Multiple calls for them to be removed from the market have come out over the course of time — I made the call on the floor of the US Senate in December of 2022, ‘Pull em’ off the market,’ nobody opposed me,” he told Stinchfield. 

“Fully vaccinated people contracted COVID-19 almost immediately after the mRNA products were rolled out,” McCullough’s Rumble account stated on Tuesday.

McCullough has routinely shared data and studies that suggest the safety and efficacy of COVID vaccines are less settled than some people seem to think. 

In September 2022, Dr. McCullough testified under oath that when it comes to giving children the COVID vaccine, “the risks far outweigh any potential benefits.” 

He went on to share a tragic story of two teenage boys in the US who died 3-4 days after their COVID vaccination. McCullough alleged that autopsies revealed the COVID vaccines caused these deaths.  

Later that year, he was banned from Twitter, right before the new CEO Elon Musk took over the platform. 

“Peter McCullough is perhaps the most decorated cardiologist this country has ever produced. He’s also been a total badass against Covidstan, which apparently couldn’t take the beating anymore. So it had Twitter’s endangered species management suspend him on its way out the door,” tweeted Steve Deace of Blaze TV.

Earlier this week, a new study showed that subclinical heart damage was way more common among those who received a Moderna COVID booster shot than previously thought.

“One in 35 health care workers at a Swiss hospital had signs of heart injury associated with the vaccine, mRNA-1273, researchers found,” the Epoch Times reported.

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