By Alexandra Bruce
The reality of massive vaccine injuries and death on the economy and financial markets cannot be ignored.
Former BlackRock stockpicker, Ed Dowd joins Greg Hunter to say that the COVID vaxx (or what he calls the “Magic Juice” to avoid being de-platformed) will be the deadliest fraud in history. As a Wall Street insider, he has seen his share of financial frauds but this one is different, because, “The problem with this fraud is it is a bridge too far. 220 million Americans took the vaxx. Three million Americans are disabled, and it’s probably higher, and those disabilities are going to continue to grow.”
He says, “This is something we have never seen in the history of our country and the history of the world for that matter. We have a product [the vaxx] that is so fraudulent and so deadly from an acute basis and kills you right away, but the long-term implications of this health impact we don’t know yet. It’s looking grim. This is going to be with us for decades.
“This is going to change the face of the world. We have to try to control the outcome because people are going to try to take advantage of this and spin it and turn it into the Great Reset.
“We are not going to allow the Great Reset to happen. If it happens, it’s going to happen under our power, and we are going to take control and not some nameless elites that say I am going to own nothing and eat bugs.”
Dowd continues, “We saw, in the second half of 2021 the insurance companies reporting anywhere between 25% and 40% excess mortality in their Group Life arm and the reason why the Group Life arm is important is because those are blanket policies for corporations when you sign on board, you get a death benefit of $100-$150 grand if you’re at the VP level.
“And those claims exploded in the second half of 2021 and the reason why that’s important is because these are working age people, these are people that are employed and have good jobs, they’re not overdosing on Fentanyl, they’re not deciding to commit suicide all at the same time they’re not missing their cancer treatments – and all that noise. These are the excuses to give cover to what’s going on in corporate America.
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