Dr. Peter McCullough Suggests Health Authorities Consider Stopping Vaccines for Those Under Aged 30

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Is the Delta variant far worse than the original SARS-CoV-2 strain or is it the case that the pathogen is more transmissible but weaker and hence less dangerous as suggested by Fox News host Laura Ingraham representing the phenomena known as Muller's ratchet? Ms. Ingraham showcased CNN guests warning the network’s viewers that Delta may be a harbinger of the next major pandemic wave as Dr. Anne Rimon, a UCLA Professor of Epidemiology, warned CNN viewers while author Andy Slavitt called the mutant “COVID on Steroids” and Dr. Leana Wen, a CNN Medical Analyst, declared all “cannot let down their guard at all.” Ingraham asks, “is this fear mongering? What about growing reports of vaccine adverse events, especially in children?" asks Ingraham. On the show to help at least address some of these questions was Dr. Peter McCullough, a well-known cardiologist, researcher, and TrialSite Advisory Committee member, to provide a point of view to the listeners that may not be heard on CNN, at least not yet.

Dr. McCullough updated viewers that in America, the names of the COVID-19 variants have changed as the UK variant was renamed alpha, South Africa’s as Beta and Brazil’s as Gamma while agai...

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