“These Vaccines Have the Capacity to End Someone’s Life.”—The FLCCC News Capsule for January 8, 2022
Published On: January 12, 2023|
During the January 4 FLCCC Weekly Webinar, Dr. Pierre Kory, President and Chief Medical Officer of the FLCCC, discussed the possible causes of Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin’s sudden cardiac arrest on the football field. This led to a deeper dive and an impassioned ‘rant’ on the need for a broad public conversation and media scrutiny about all the sudden death that is happening around us.
“If I have to read one more article about a young person dying and the word ‘vaccine’ isn’t even mentioned…”
Make no mistake about what’s going on here. What you will see when you watch the video is EXACTLY who Dr. Pierre Kory is. First and foremost, he is a man of science—and a brilliant one at that. But at his core, he is a humanitarian—a man of deep human compassion.
During the course of the pandemic, he has had to watch as people around the world died first of COVID-19 — when he knew the vast majority could have been saved if the FLCCC protocols had not been censored by the media, who were acting as agents of Big Pharma, the FDA, the CDC and the NIH. And now, he is watching as a highly disturbing number of young people are dropping dead suddenly, with the likelihood being that most are victims of the effects of the barely tested mRNA COVID shots. Dr. Kory and Dr. Paul Marik, Chief Scientific Officer of the FLCCC, once again attempted to warn the world of the life-threatening devastation that could occur if these shots and boosters continued to be proliferated. Now, the FLCCC has developed effective protocols to try to moderate the debilitating symptoms with which hundreds of thousands are afflicted.
In the video, Dr. Kory calls out the media—and their unwillingness to truthfully report what is happening to these dying young people— as being “complicit” in their deaths.
WATCH UNTIL THE VERY END.
The outrage and frustration you will witness from Dr. Kory in this video is understandable. In fact, we should all be similarly livid.