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Covid-19: The Ridiculousness of the Official Narrative

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By Dr. John Reizer

On Sunday, October 4th, I forced myself to briefly watch the mainstream news coverage about the fake virus and the POTUS riding around in an armored SUV, wearing a face mask, and waving to supporters.

There were approximately ten medical geniuses, adorned in white doctors’ costumes reporting to the hypnotized audience about the POTUS’s progress.

The geniuses debated amongst themselves why The First Patient had had a low oxygen saturation level on a couple of occasions since he was hospitalized.

Perhaps, if the POTUS didn’t have a giant mask strapped to his face, he would have been able to receive the proper amount of oxygen his body required. (emphasis mine)

The experimental drugs the white coats are giving the POTUS are extremely toxic and dangerous. If he’s really receiving these products, his life may be in jeopardy.

According to the latest reports, the commander-in-chief could be heading back to the White House on Monday. Is he going to self-isolate and quarantine for 14 days like everyone else in the world after testing false-positive?

The NFL postponed a game yesterday because of several players testing positive. The game has been rescheduled for Monday, one day later? How can the deadly and contagious Covid-19 virus be mitigated so effectively in only 24 hours? It was a dire enough situation to postpone the contest on Sunday, but it’s okay to play the game at the same venue one day later? Come on, directors of the plandemic, get the plot flaws out of your script.

The official covid-19 narrative is filled with ridiculous concepts that make little or no sense. We have been lied to about an alleged virus that is as fake as Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny for ten months.

Why aren’t more people protesting against the ridiculousness taking place?

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“(NaturalNews) The FDA has proposed allowing the testing of experimental drugs on terminally ill patients once the drugs have passed the first safety testing phase, but before they have received final approval. The plan has already sparked controversy, with physicians staking out positions both for and against the proposed rule change.”

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