ANTI-VACCINE HIT PIECE EXPOSED — HighWire Episode 113

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ANTI-VACCINE HIT PIECE EXPOSED — HighWire Episode 113

WHO In Bed with Big Pharma; Al Jazeera Anti-Vaccine Hit Piece Exposed; Healthiest Country the Least Vaccinated?! Big Wins from Allegheny to Oregon @AJFaultLines @joshrushing

#AJFaultLines #Aljazeera #Misinformation #Measles #Vaccines #VaccinesWork ??

ORIGINAL AIR-DATE: May 30, 2019

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  • SUZANNA NEWELL TESTIMONY

    Suzanna Newell, triathlete, was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, reliant on a walker following vaccination.

    U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson held a panel discussion in Washington, D.C., with doctors and medical researchers who treat COVID-19 vaccine injuries, along with patients who have experienced adverse events due to the COVID-19 vaccine.

  • KYLE WARNER TESTIMONY

    Kyle Warner was diagnosed with pericarditis following vaccination.

    U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson held a panel discussion in Washington, D.C., with doctors and medical researchers who treat COVID-19 vaccine injuries, along with patients who have experienced adverse events due to the COVID-19 vaccine.

  • DOUG CAMERON TESTIMONY

    Doug Cameron was permanently paralyzed following vaccination.

    U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson held a panel discussion in Washington, D.C., with doctors and medical researchers who treat COVID-19 vaccine injuries, along with patients who have experienced adverse events due to the COVID-19 vaccine.

  • ERNEST RAMIREZ TESTIMONY

    Ernest Ramirez, whose son died of myocarditis following Pfizer vaccination offers testimony.

    U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson held a panel discussion in Washington, D.C., with doctors and medical researchers who treat COVID-19 vaccine injuries, along with patients who have experienced adverse events due to the COVID-19 vaccine.

  • CODY FLINT TESTIMONY

    Cody Flint, an airline pilot, was diagnosed with perilymphatic fistula following Pfizer jab.

    U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson held a panel discussion in Washington, D.C., with doctors and medical researchers who treat COVID-19 vaccine injuries, along with patients who have experienced adverse events due to the COVID-19 vaccine.