Three days ago, I published an article about Dr. Robert Malone’s warning that we might very well be witnessing the emergence of a deadly condition called Antibody-Dependent Enhancement within the population of people who were injected with Covid-19 “vaccines”. That article went viral overnight as people flocked to this site to find out information that has been actively suppressed by governments and media outlets around the world.
The article drew not only truth-seekers but fact-deniers as a league of naysayers attempted to sully the reputation of a doctor who was instrumental in the development of an mRNA technology that is used in Covid-19 “vaccines”. Instead of addressing the incontrovertible facts Dr. Malone makes about the risks of ADE linked with the still-experimental “vaccines”, one bad-faith actor after another reverted to ad hominem in order to discredit him and protect the continued viability of gene-therapy boosters that are anything but safe and effective.
Late last night, an anonymous source forwarded a screenshot of a report attributed to John Wiley and Sons that is found at the bottom of NIH’s website. The report specifically warned of the distinct possibility that people who are injected with Covid-19 “vaccines” could develop the very Antibody-Dependent Enhancement that Dr. Malone keeps ringing the alarm about. Not only was this information suppressed from the public, the government-media-corporate complex went out of their way to censor—in the case of Dr. Malone destroy—anyone who questions the safety and efficacy of these boosters that are still undergoing clinical trials.
Even though I knew all along that the US government, and governments around the world, were lying through their teeth about the origins of Covid-19 and were likewise peddling medical misinformation about the scientific integrity of the “vaccines”, it was still shocking to read the following paragraph right on NIH’s website: