Wherever the lipid nanoparticle distributes, the spike protein gets through as well, including the blood-brain barrier, explains pathologist Dr. Ryan Cole.
Cole is no stranger to controversy and has been an outspoken doctor since the outset of Covid-19. His claims of horrific side effects from mRNA vaccines and his recommendations of alternative treatments like ivermectin have prompted medical board investigations against his license.
And if you or someone you love believe they’ve been injured by the shots, Dr. Cole has a clear and concise recommendation: “Sue your doctor.”
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