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On Wednesday’s edition of the Stew Peters Show, Dr. Jane Ruby graciously answered questions from the audience.
Shan Fann asked-
We know the hospital COVID protocols are killing people. What medications and equipment should every household have on hand in case of Covid infection or other illness.
Is it true that the home test kits contain sodium azide? If so, how can these tests be approved for use with a dangerous substance? Thanks for all you do, Dr. Jane.
How can we take down all the corruption? Receipts are great but when can we put a stop to all this madness?
Bill C asked-
There are so many conflicting studies about the durability of natural immunity. What is the most accurate consensus at this point in time?
Anonymous praise report-
Thank God, she was doing somewhat better today after many calls came in last night! I also had sent the FLCCC protocols and told her she has the right to have them printed out and followed as her care plan. Also told her about “Hypertonic Saline” – we have heard from a local Dr. friend it was helping people. Thank you!!! Sharing the info may have saved her life. As of now, she is not in the ICE. God is good!
During the interview, Stew Peters also teased that he may run for Governor this year in Minnesota, against incumbent Tim Walz.
“They’re really scared of the Stew Peters Show,” Stew Peters told Dr. Jane. “Just like the governor here in Minnesota, we heard he’s trembling, he’s really scared of me too, he thinks I’m going to run for governor, maybe I should run for governor in Minnesota, maybe that would be a good idea.”
“You’ve got my vote Stew,” Dr. Jane replied. “Time for new blood.”
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