The Biden administration and the Democrats have been persistently pushing the COVID-19 jab on the American people since the moment they gained control in Washington. With President Joe Biden in the White House, the Democrats forced outrageous mandates under the guise of eliminating COVID-19.
The only problem, the coronavirus is still here and now booster shots are being promoted as the next big defense against COVID-19. But, as the jab has had somewhat of a bad reputation, the FDA is apparently looking at Pfizer and Merck to fight COVID-19 with their new miracle pill.
From the start of the pandemic, lockdowns have been instituted, masks have been mandated, the jab has been constantly promoted, yet COVID-19 is still here. And to make it worse, there are several variant strains of the virus.
In the video below, Raymond Arroyo of The Ingraham Angle was speaking with Professor Harvey Risch & Dr. Stephen Smith about a pill being created to fight COVID-19 and how it could potentially affect the virus and people who decide to take it.
Dr. Risch admitted that the drug from Merck, which hasn’t been approved yet, has been shown to help COVID-19 mutate into different strains. Dr. Risch also went on to add that the drug could become a significant threat to humans.
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