Jul 24, 2022 | Politics

Monkeypox Vaccine Recipients are Part of “Clinical Trial” to Collect Data on Its Effectiveness, Per the WHO (WATCH)

Monkeypox Vaccine Recipients are Part of "Clinical Trial" to Collect Data on Its Effectiveness, Per the WHO (WATCH)

A World Health Organization (WHO) official admitted on Saturday that individuals who received the monkeypox vaccine are considered to be part of a “clinical study” for the purpose of data collecting so that researchers can learn more about the “effectiveness of the vaccine.”

Is that right?

Unlike the COVID-19 mRNA gene therapies, the WHO admits the monkeypox vaccine is a medical experiment and recipients are guinea pigs.

To be clear, the monkeypox vaccine is the smallpox vaccine.

Further details below:

Danish Biotech Company Orders 13 Million Freeze-Dried Smallpox-Monkeypox Vaccines, Fauci Once Gave $100 Million to Company for Smallpox Vaccine Research

FDA Approved Smallpox & Monkeypox Vaccine Before COVID-19

Let’s not forget Dr. Anthony Fraudci relayed these prior concerns about the smallpox vaccine.

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