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Stéphane Bancel, the C.E.O. of Moderna Therapeutics, allegedly released $300 million worth of Moderna shares, followed by the deletion of his Twitter account, seemingly with the intent of abandoning ship.

Attorney Thomas Renz joined the Stew Peters Show on Monday to discuss Bancel’s attempt to hide from accountability, the hacking of GiveSendGo, and Pfizer’s work to shield itself from the scrutiny of its deadly shots.

“I think he’s absolutely on the run,” Renz told Stew Peters. “I think a lot of these guys are. You know, one of the things that’s interesting – and it’s been a while since I’ve looked – Pfizer made some really interesting structural changes here and there since these vaccines came out, we’re seeing a lot of structural changes in these companies. My guess is what they’re trying to do is use different companies to shield themselves from liability.”

“The whole narrative behind the ‘koof’ is gone; that’s fine,” Stew Peters told Renz. “But this is a criminal enterprise, this is a genocidal event that has senselessly and intentionally cost the lives of millions of people.”

Renz said his intentions are to inform individuals, in hopes that they would cease trusting institutions like the D.H.S. and D.O.D., which would break the public free from the corruption those agencies have caused.

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