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An important message from John Campbell
This popular, highly respected medical educator has gone from full blue pill to full red pill on the COVID vax. He has just called for a pause to the COVID vaccine. BRAVO. The end is near.
The canary in the coal mine has just spoken out.
When you follow the evidence, it only leads to one place: the truth.
John Campbell, who has been a nurse and taught nurses for 27 years, has had a gradual journey from full blue pill to red pill.
Now he’s fully out of the closet.
As of yesterday, he’s now officially on our side as far as the COVID vaccine only (the other vaccines will take more time):
In my view the UK health authorities should pause the current covid-19 vaccination programme, due to the risks associated with vaccination.
I therefore consider that the UK government authorities should pause the current covid mass vaccination programme, until a full, population scale risk / benefit analysis is carried out, and published for free and open peer review.
NOTE THE BACKGROUND
“follow the evidence… where it leads…”
Here are some of the comments
All the comments I read were positive!
The end is near
There is no way anyone is going to explain how John Campbell could have switched sides.
Want to know how? Campbell looked at the data!
You aren’t supposed to do that.
If you know of any prominent influencer who has gone from anti-vax to pro-vax after looking at the data, please let me know here and in the comments. I don’t know of one case. I’m guessing this poll with be 100% No… let’s see if I’m right:
Now let’s look at a few more questions:
Know any doctors or nurses at UCSF planning to take more jabs? Please note this and fill out the name in the comments:
We’re going to win this.
Campbell is on our side.
So are virtually all the doctors and nurses at UCSF and virtually all the cardiologists in the UK.
There is no way to stop this.
The truth is finally coming out.
People need to decide whether they want to be on the right side of history or not.