Pro COVID vaccine doctor calls for worldwide suspension of mRNA shots

Mike Campbell

September 27, 2022

A British doctor has reversed his stance on the COVID-19 vaccines and called for a worldwide suspension, pending an inquiry. 

Pro COVID vaccine doctor calls for worldwide suspension of mRNA shots
Pro COVID vaccine doctor calls for worldwide suspension of mRNA shots.

“There is a smoking gun,” says Dr. Aseem Malhotra, a cardiologist, referring to the Pfizer phase 3 trials. 

“If you look at the supplementary appendix there, there were four cardiac arrests in the vaccine group versus one in the placebo,” he told Freeman Reports. 

Malhotra was previously pro-vaccine and encouraged people to get the shots on TV. He said he was vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon as possible to protect his patients.

“Look at the facts. I was the first to have it. I helped out in a vaccine centre. I was on good morning Britain because I convinced a hesitant vaccine film director to have the vaccine.” 

But he reversed his stance shortly after tragedy struck. His father, a healthy 73-year-old “sportsman” who walked 10-15000 steps daily, died of cardiac arrest six months after getting vaccinated for COVID. 

“Two of his three major arteries had severe blockages: 90% blockage in his left anterior descending artery and a 75% blockage in his right coronary,” Malhotra states in the Journal of Insulin Resistance.

Subsequently, Malhotra examined what he previously thought was “anti-vax propaganda.” 

He found that the “incidence of myocarditis rocketed from spring 2021 when vaccines were rolled out to the younger cohorts.” 

Last year in England, there were 20,000 extra out-of-hospital cardiac arrest incidents than in 2019. And there were 14,000 more than two years ago, in 2020.

The UK’s Yellow Card adverse event reporting database further convinced Malhotra that something was askew. America’s database VEARS reports the COVID vaccines have caused over 24,000 deaths.

“29% of these occurred within 48 h of injection, and half within two weeks.”

A whistleblower at a “prestigious university” in the UK informed Malhotra of a cover-up on negative vaccine data “because they were worried about losing funding from the pharmaceutical industry.”  

Malhotra concluded that the COVID vaccine rollout for all ages was a “reckless gamble.” 

“It cannot be said that the consent to receive these agents was fully informed, as is required ethically and legally. A pause and reappraisal of global vaccination policies for COVID-19 is long overdue.”

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