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Friday on the Stew Peters show, a shocking story was shared about Virginian nurses at St. Mary’s hospital physically assaulting one of their patients.

Dr. Will Spencer rescued patient Charles Hughes, and is now overseeing his true care.
“You’re actually dealing with treating a real assault victim who was beaten,” Stew Peters told Dr. Spencer.

Dr. Jane Ruby joined Stew to share her thoughts on the new Novavax vaccine. It’s been advertised as a “safer” version of the alternatives, and has been submitted to the FDA for approval.

“This is just crime after crime after crime,” Dr. Ruby said to Stew, regarding the seemingly endless production of new ways to get yourself killed.

Firsthand reports have been brought in regarding the adverse effects of the vaccine in Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts. An anonymous nurse contacted Stew, and told him about all the horrible medical side effects that the patients of St. Mary’s have experienced after being forced to take the jab. Cancer, irregular cycles, miscarriages… the list goes on.

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“The vaccine was rolled out to the public probably in March of 2021,” the nurse explained to Stew. “And when that was rolled out, we began immediately to get a lot of phone calls with concerns of women who are having post-menopausal bleeding as well as irregular menstrual cycles.”

Lastly, Benjamin Gord shares his experience of being medically kidnapped after a car accident. Despite being healthy, he was admitted to a hospital under the pretense of having COVID, and put on a ventilator. He woke up and freed himself of the device and a catheter, demanding that the doctors tell him why they put him on the vent.

Benjamin said “I must have asked them fifteen times why I was put on a ventilator.”

“I remember when being put on a ventilator was considered life support for people who are dealing with serious trauma,” Stew Peters replied. “I’m worried for my kids now… one dislocated elbow and now you’re on a ventilator.”

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