"Since the beginning of the so-called vaccinations, we have had excess mortality up to 40%, maybe more. This is a lot. This is extreme. So the most important thing is to stop these measures, to stop people from having to die in isolation alone, away from their loved ones," Fuellmich said.
Host Alex Newman started the episode off by talking about the investigation of the Corona Investigative Committee, which looked at the spread of COVID and the role of PCR tests in maybe amplifying case numbers.
Fuellmich said that he and his friends set up the Corona Investigative Committee in July 2020 because they did not expect answers from the government or the mainstream media. The three most important questions they had, according to him, include the level of danger of the virus, the reliability of the PCR test, and the damage that the coronavirus measures are doing.
He also said that they focused on the PCR test because when he was riding the Berlin Subway with his friend and fellow Corona Investigative Committee member, Wolfgang Voda, the latter told him that the PCR test can't actually tell scientists anything about infections. (Related: The CDC admits: PCR tests cannot differentiate between CORONAVIRUSES.)
Following this, Fuellmich said that he got in touch with former Pfizer vice president Dr. Michael Yeadon, who said that if not for the PCR tests, there would be no pandemic.
"They needed the PCR test in order to create the cases that didn't exist. Because from the outset, very quickly, we realized that there is something out there," Fuellmich said. "Yes, there is a virus out there. It may be part manmade, or maybe even completely manmade, we don't know that. But it is no more dangerous than the common flu."
He also pointed out that the human immune system can deal with almost anything, including the virus. "So the infection fatality rate of this virus is no more than 0.14 to 0.15 percent." He pointed out that this is what the WHO and Stanford University epidemiologist John Ioannidis agreed on.
So why do we have a pandemic? Fuellmich pointed out that the government created the pandemic through the PCR test, which has a major flaw: while it is a great tool to make things visible that the human eye otherwise cannot see, its original inventor, Kerry Martin, who won a Nobel Prize for the test, said that it is not approved for diagnostic purposes.
He explained: "The basic problem is it cannot distinguish between live and dead matter, it cannot tell the difference between the fragments of the body's immune systems, fight against the common cold or the flu, or corona. It cannot tell the difference."
In 2020, researchers also noted that the PCR tests could also be leading to an overestimate of the scale of the pandemic: most people are only infectious for about a week, but the tests could show positive results for weeks after. This shows that there are actually low levels of infection overall.
Fuellmich also said that for a virus to be infectious, it has to enter the cell and start replicating there. You need a whole virus. The PCR test, on the other hand. only gets fragments of a virus. And the most important thing is that it can be used in such a way, abuse it in such a way as to create cases that otherwise wouldn't exist." (Related: Coronavirus RT-PCR tests are being used to mislead people amid the pandemic, says health expert.)
When it comes to vaccination, Fuellmich also said that there had been no excess mortality anywhere, and the few spikes that were visible were paraded in front of the whole world. He noted that the number of cases that supposedly died from COVID actually died of completely different causes. "We also have to take into consideration the people who died of or with COVID. That's another tragedy here because they don't even distinguish between whether someone died of COVID or just with COVID," he said.
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