US CONGRESSMAN SLAMS FDA’S ‘DYSTOPIAN EXPERIMENT’

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  1. Would prefer to have the section about the Omicron sub-variants and Geert Vanden Bossche separate from the interview with Congressman Louie Gohmert. I think smaller sections about one topic are better for sharing…..

  2. Great interview….unbelievable about the huge almost blank vaccine insert – not having to include the “warnings” due to the emergency use authorisation “they apparently have warnings to fill all of that, if they’re ever required to post them”

  3. Not that I don’t welcome the help, however, You have to question the motives of politicians who are either unpopular or under investigation who all the sudden are speaking out against the diabolical globalists who are actively planning our demise.

  4. Politicians like this restore a little faith in Politicians doesn’t it ? And he was lawyer . I think this disaster we are in is really revealing. People are becoming heroes.

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Congressman Louie Gohmert discusses his recent comments at the FDA’s VRBPAC meeting demanding answers about the safety of Covid vaccines as well as legislation he’s working on to put liability back on vaccine manufacturers.

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POSTED: June 24, 2022

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