Powerful individuals and organizations have prioritized their own interests over the well-being of the public during this alleged Covid-19 pandemic.
Australian Senator Gerard Rennick has accused health authorities and Big Pharma of lying and engaging in pay-outs in the development and distribution of Covid vaccines.
Rennick’s statements made to the Senate on the record raise serious concerns about the trustworthiness of those responsible for our healthcare and have led to him calling for an investigation into the potential corruption and misinformation surrounding the Covid vaccine industry.
Meanwhile, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has taken a stand against such misconduct, petitioning the Florida Supreme Court for a grand jury investigation into the matter.
In addition to this, DeSantis has implemented autopsy surveillance of sudden deaths occurring post-vaccination and has established an independent Public Health Integrity Committee to assess federal health guidance.
On 30 November 2022 in a Parliamentary speech, Gerard Rennick, Senator for Queensland, Australia, reviewed some of the lies told by members of Parliament and the Department of Health about the Covid injections.
By September 2022 Australia had logged more than 10 million Covid-19 cases, even though 20 million of Australia’s total population of 26 million had received their Covid injections.
In 2021, Australia had 8,706 extra deaths above norm, even though New South Wales remained in lockdown for three months, so, in theory, the death toll should have been lower, not higher.
Australia has logged 140,000 Covid “vaccine” injuries — more than all the injuries reported from vaccines since 1971 — yet the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (“TGA”) refuses to look at or acknowledge the safety signal. Chief health officers also admit not reading key science documents that detail Covid injection hazards.
Waning effectiveness is the justification for repeated boosters, but artificially inflated antibodies caused by repeated boosters signal to your body that you’re chronically infected, and the resulting immune response may end up accelerating the development of autoimmune conditions such as Parkinson’s, Kawasaki disease and multiple sclerosis.
The Canadian Independent video1 below features a 30 November 2022 Parliamentary speech by Gerard Rennick, Senator for Queensland, Australia, and a member of the Liberal National Party.
As noted by Senator Rennick, Australia had logged more than 10 million Covid-19 cases by September 2022, at which point the Australian Health Department stopped counting — a decision made out of embarrassment, Rennick suggests, seeing how more than half the country caught Covid despite the fact that 20 million out of Australia’s total population of 26 million2 got their Covid injections.
Senator Rennick goes on to highlight the rising excess death rate. In 2021, Australia had 8,706 extra deaths above the norm, even though New South Wales remained in lockdown for three whole months. “In theory, the deaths should have been lower, like they were in 2020,” Rennick says.