FLCCC News Capsule 2-25-24

This week, Dr. Pierre Kory, chief medical officer and president of the FLCCC, sat down with the “Stay Free” talk show host Russell Brand to discuss the growing phenomenon of excess deaths.

“Insurance companies started talking about how they saw historically high rates of death…particularly in the third quarter of 2021. That’s when vaccines were being mandated,” Dr. Kory told Brand. “These deaths proliferated in universities, and in corporations—even Fortune 500 companies—whose employees were some of the healthiest members of society. Suddenly they started to die at the highest rates…and the insurance companies began to adjust the rates of their premiums accordingly.”

Brand responded, “Well then why would the FDA not be conducting a serious investigation about this?”

“Well that would open the door to admitting immense responsibility and liability,” answered Dr. Kory. “Our life expectancy dropped from 79 to 76 in the span of three years. Think about it. Who has to die for that to happen? It’s young people.”


“When media shows curiosity, digs deep, and asks tough questions it reminds us all what journalism is and can be. Huge props to Russell Brand and his team at “Stay Free” for our interview.  Now it’s up to all the citizens to put pressure on their (state) legislators to get these shots stopped. Lives are on the line. Every single day. Still.”


Also this week, Dr. Meryl Nass appeared with MP Andrew Bridgen on Russell Brand’s “Stay Free” podcast to discuss excess deaths, Dr. Nass’s fight to regain her medical license after it was suspended for telling the truth about COVID and the shots, and the WHO’s power grab.

“The WHO really cannot make any claims that it did anything right [during the COVID pandemic],” said Dr. Nass. “Now it wants to transmute itself from an agency that gives advice to one that actually governs the health of the whole world.”

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(L-R:) Dr. Meryl Nass, MP Andrew Bridgen of the UK, and Russell Brand.