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Jun 5, 2022Liked by Peter Nayland Kust

Well, I think they just took care of the baby formula shortage in their own evil ways....."The claims that the vaccines were safe and effective for pregnant women were based on a study of 44 French rats, that lasted for 42 days.

In Canada, in one province, Ontario, they usually have a baseline of five or six dead babies, neonatal deaths… In one three-month period, after the province got heavily vaccinated, 86 babies died.

Pfizer “lost” hundreds of records of adverse effects"

from Lioness of Judah Ministry Substack.....https://lionessofjudah.substack.com/p/new-pfizer-releases-more-documents?s=w

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Jun 5, 2022Liked by Peter Nayland Kust

time for the FDA to lose the revolving door, lose funding from those they're supposed to regulate, and be re-staffed with ethical people who have no previous ties to the supposedly regulated industries.

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Are typical annual cases of the cronobacter in infants?

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According to the FDA's testimony, between 2 and 4 cases are reported each year.

Which makes the reported cases here pretty much the average.

Obviously, the Sturgis plant is not shut down every year for months at a time. Which puts a big question mark over this year's shutdown.

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Jun 5, 2022Liked by Peter Nayland Kust

Guess that it is of a piece with the fires in food processor plants.

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A speculation, but a disturbingly less improbable one than I want to admit.

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