How the Jab Works, Why It Causes Blood Clots at a Microscopic Level – Forbidden Knowledge TV

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19-07-21 09:16:00,

Dr Charles Hoffe has been practicing medicine for 28 years in the small, rural town of Lytton in British Columbia, Canada and he has administered about 900 doses of the Moderna experimental mRNA injection and is now coming forward to warn about the severe reactions he’s observed in his patients, including death. This resulted in his being fired from his job at the local hospital.

He tells host, Laura Lynne that the core problem he’s seeing among these patients is microscopic clots in his patients’ tiniest capillaries, of which Clif High has commented, “Blood clots occurring at a capillary level. This has never before been seen. This is not a rare disease. This is an absolutely new phenomenon.”

Dr Hoffe explains that these micro-clots are too small to show up on CT scans, MRI, etc and can only be detected using the D-dimer test, of which 62% of his own patients injected with an mRNA shot are positive.

“We now know that only 25% of the ‘vaccine’ injected into a person’s arm actually stays in your arm. The other 75% is collected by your lymphatic system and literally fed into your circulation so these little packages of messenger RNA, and by the way in a single dose of Moderna ‘vaccine’ there are literally 40 trillion mRNA molecules. These packages are designed to be absorbed into your cells. But the only place they can be absorbed is around your blood vessels and the place where they are absorbed is the capillary networks – the tiniest blood vessels where the blood flow slows right down and where the genes are released. Your body then gets to work reading and then manufacturing trillions and trillions of these spike proteins. Each gene can produce many, many spike proteins. The body then recognises these are foreign bodies so it makes antibodies against it so your are then protected against COVID. That’s the idea.

“But here’s where the problem comes. In a coronavirus that spike protein becomes part of the viral capsule. In other words it becomes part of the cell wall around the virus. But it is not in a virus. It is in your cells. So it becomes part of the cell wall of your vascular endothelium. This means that these cells which line your blood vessels,

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