You May Be Getting Vaccinated Without Getting the Shot.
Stew Peters spoke with Dr. Jane Ruby, an international health economist with over 20 years in pharmaceutical research experience, questioning the theory of ‘vaccine shedding’.
There have been many reports that those who have elected not to receive the injections are experiencing side effects after being in close proximity to someone who has been ‘vaccinated’.
Some of the side effects for women include infertility and unusual menstrual cycles, including abnormal bleeding and clotting.
Dr. Jane Ruby is an international health economist with over 20 years of experience in pharmaceutical research.
She joined the ‘Stew Peters Show’ to weigh in on the theory of “shedding”, where a person who has elected not to receive the ‘vaccine’ are essentially getting ‘vaccinated’ simply by being in close proximity to someone who has.