Although the Biden administration hasn’t given up on defeating COVID-19 as they continue to ask for more funding for testing and the COVID-19 drug, another disease is starting to capture the media’s attention as numerous cases of monkeypox have been reported. With President Joe Biden stating that people should be concerned, many are worried that the disease might bring a new wave of restrictions, protocols, and mandates that were seen during the COVID-19 pandemic. While no announcement has been made, recently, Maria Zeee sat down with both Dr. Peter McCullough and author John Leake who suggested monkeypox might be a scapegoat for the cluster of side effects reported from the COVID-19 jab.

In the video featured below, Zee presented just a few of the side effects being seen from monkeypox. “The [monkeypox] illness begins with symptoms of fever, headache, muscle aches, swollen lymph nodes, chills, and exhaustion…. symptoms that really are just the flu…” Being interrupted, Dr. McCullough noted that the symptoms might actually be from the COVID-19 drug other than the disease. 

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Adding his input, Leake revealed that monkeypox isn’t new, and the United States even had an outbreak back in 2003, and nobody knew about it. “We had a monkeypox outbreak, a small one that was quickly contained in the United States in 2003. No one even remembers it. Most people didn’t even know it was happening at the time. Seventy people got monkeypox in the United States, but it’s very identifiable. It’s grotesquely symptomatic. These people were treated and kept at home. And that was the end of it.” 

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Again, Dr. McCullough focused on if there was a link between the disease, side effects, and the COVID-19 drug. “And that’s the setup [COVID shot or infection] for a relatively innocuous adenovirus 41 to cause hepatitis. Now bring in monkeypox. Is it conceivable that mass vaccination now is allowing outbreaks of other contagious viral illnesses? I think it is. Obviously, for each case, we need to know: did they take one of the COVID-19 products?”

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With Dr. McCullough having spent a great deal of time studying the COVID-19 pandemic and his knowledge in the field, he concluded that Moderna, which wasn’t profitable before the pandemic, now had more than 15 mRNA shots at their disposal. “The first one is far from successful [and] is loaded with safety problems. We have this alarming kind of safety disaster with the mRNA products. They’ve announced 15! I just can’t imagine what’s in their minds. Do human beings think they’re going to take the foreign genetic code for 15 different antigens of different pathogens that our bodies is going to be juiced with the genetic code of all these other invaders to our body?… It’s off the rails; it’s diabolical!”

The entire interview with Maria Zeee, Dr. McCullough, and Leake can be watched below.  

Dr. Peter McCullough & John Leake – The Truth About Monkeypox, WHO Pandemic Treaty, Fear Tactics

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