Following the massive effort by big tech and the Democrats to silence any person who they deemed to be spreading misinformation around COVID-19, platforms like YouTube and Twitter sought to suppress Dr. Peter McCullough. Although the doctor is a famed medical scientist and cardiologist, McCullough found himself the target of censorship when he started to speak out about the harmful side effects of the COVID-19 jab.
It didn’t get any better when the doctor spoke on Joe Rogan’s podcast, garnering over 40 million views. But while the media, big tech, and the White House struggle to suppress him, Dr. McCullough recently spoke with WND and revealed that the pandemic narrative is crumbling.
Speaking with WND’s Art Moore, Dr. McCullough described the current narrative being pushed by the White House as being “false statements regarding asymptomatic spread, reliance on lockdown and masks – which obviously didn’t work – the suppression of early treatment, the mass promotion of vaccines that failed. And now here we are, almost in complete free fall.”
In the video, featured above, the doctor used California as an example that the narrative is crumbling. He pointed out that the state has been dealing with the much more dominant variant Omicron. But at the same time, the health care workers who are testing positive and even had symptoms were advised to go back to work. “With that, I think that’s it. I think that’s the end. The narrative has crumbled. People don’t want these vaccines,” McCullough said.
Using data from the U.K.’s health agency, Dr. McCullough stated, “That’s not misinformation. I’m just quoting the data. All of this can be looked up. Fact-checkers can look at it. I know I’ll never have any problems with allegations of misinformation, because I just quote the data.”
With Dr. McCullough speaking on a wide range of subject with Moore, including the Supreme Court ruling on Thursday and Joe Biden, he concluded, “I think Americans are going to understand that their individual choice is really what’s going to matter in the end. If Americans decide that they’re not going to take any boosters or any more vaccines, it doesn’t matter how many mandates or how many court decisions that happen. The vaccine program is going to crumble. I think it’s just a matter of saying no.”
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