Dr. Aseem Malhotra: The whistleblower who put the dangers of mRNA vaccines back in the news
By Mary Villareal // Oct 20, 2022

Clay Clark shared a compilation of interviews featuring British cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra during a recent episode of "Thrivetime Show."

Malhotra practically turned from being an advocate of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine into one of its most vocal critics. He has been labeled as the whistleblower who put the dangers of mRNA vaccines back in the news. But he used to tell the public a different story.

"I had been in 'Good Morning Britain,' helping tackle vaccine hesitancy. I did not conceive of the possibility that any vaccine could cause any real harm at all," said Malhotra, a National Health Service-trained public health campaigner.

A whistleblower helped Malhotra turn into one himself.

"Over a few months, conversations with various people started to make me think a little bit differently. Somebody from a very prestigious British institution cardiology department – a whistleblower, if you like – contacted me to say that researchers in this department had found inflammation from imaging studies around the coronary arteries," Malhotra recalled.

"And they had a meeting and these researchers at the moment have decided they're not going to publish their findings because they are concerned about losing research money from the drug industry knowing this information, which is very concerning."

He noted that the paper is now in circulation with anecdotal evidence. That is to say, it had a lot of interaction with the cardiology community across the U.K., and many have said they are seeing younger and younger people coming in with cardiovascular problems after getting vaccinated.

"We have 14,000 extra unexplained, out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in this country alone. Israel wants to talk about their data for 16- to 39-year-olds, but they didn't have a very rigorous analysis, saying that they had 25 percent increase in heart attacks and out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in 16- to 39-year-olds that are specifically associated with the vaccines, not with COVID," he went on.

In a paper published in the Journal of Insulin Resistance, Malhotra wrote: "Pharmacovigilance systems and real-world safety data, coupled with plausible mechanisms of harm, are deeply concerning, especially in relation to cardiovascular safety."

The cardiologist admitted he was under the impression that the COVID-19 vaccines would prevent transmission early on. "That's completely false. We don't even know if it was true at the beginning," he said.

Vaccine supporters are looking forward to the Great Reset

Still, there are people who insist that the vaccines work. Ray Kurzweil, a lead technologist at Google, said that the mRNA vaccine is "one of the best vaccines" that they had. "And it took literally two days to create," he added.

Dr. Judy Mikovits knows exactly why a technologist from Google is suddenly interjecting himself into the medical field. He told Clark that Kurzweil, like many other global elites, is looking forward to the Great Reset.

Kurzweil actually plays a role in the Great Reset. His focus is on the way nanobots can communicate with the neocortex to establish a communication channel, which he said is "going to be really necessary to connect our brains to A.I. [artificial intelligence] within ourselves." (Related: Horrifying study reveals mRNA vaccine nanoparticles are circulated throughout the entire body: Brain, heart, liver, ovaries, testes and more.)

The same goes for Elon Musk, another one in the field of technology sharing his two cents in the medical field. The wealthiest man in the world is saying that scientists can do anything with synthetic RNA and DNA because they're like a computer program.

Clark pointed out that based on what Musk said, the mRNA technology is "in the same category as nuclear power."

He explained: "It's like, what an incredible discovery nuclear power is except if it goes bad. And then we get Hiroshima or Nagasaki."

The host also shared a video of American biochemist Jennifer Doudna, who has done pioneering work in CRISPR gene editing. In a lecture, she shared how there could be a tool whereby people can fix individual mutations in DNA – just like how students can cut, paste and edit text through a word processor.

"What if there's a text editor for DNA in cells?" she asked rhetorically. Actually, there is one – the Pfizer vaccine.

A study that came out of Sweden said that the Pfizer vaccine reverse transcribes and installs DNA into the human genome.

Dr. Robert Malone, part of the team that invented the mRNA technology, has tried to warn people about how the mRNA technology is going to be used, saying that it can be transcribed into the DNA to alter humans.

Visit Vaccines.news for more news related to COVID-19 vaccines.

Watch the video below to know more about the mRNA vaccines.

This video is from the Thrivetime Show channel on Brighteon.com.

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