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mattroomsq 11 points ago +11 / -0

This is saucy truth. I have downloaded a copy of this video through 9convert.com knowing that it will be a matter of time before YouTube takes it down. James O'Keefe has done a great job here. Only through exposure can we make these corrupt individuals feel pain.

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mattroomsq 3 points ago +3 / -0

I agree. There are still undisclosed ingredients, one of which isn't even listed in the patent document due to it being a trade secret.

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mattroomsq 2 points ago +2 / -0

I take a calcium, magnesium, zinc multi vitamin that has 15 mg of zinc in it. The strange thing though was that the last CBC blood work I had for my 2021 annual wellness check I have to have as a Medicare recipient came back normal.

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mattroomsq 2 points ago +2 / -0

I take the following supplements: 1,000 MG vitamin C, 5,000 IU of Vitamin D, 5 mL of C60, 1,000 mg of black seed oil, 900 mg of NAC (taken in between meals/on empty stomach twice daily), 1,000 mg of monolaurin, 250 mcg of iodine, 500 mg of magnesium, 200 mcg of selenium, 100 mg of CoQ10, 600 mg of resveratrol, 500 mg of quecertin, 2 mg of copperr, and a vitamin B complex which contains, 120 mg of vitamin C, 5 mg of B-1, 5 mg of B-2, 25 mg of Niacin, 5 mg of B-6, 666 mcg of folate, 250 mcg of B-12 300 mcg of biotin, and 10 mg of Pantothenic acid, Zeolite Pure Extra (oral spray).

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mattroomsq 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ok I have been detoxing so, you're saying I should have nothing to worry about?

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mattroomsq 2 points ago +2 / -0

I believe that technology that can monitor a persons body in real time should be looked into more closely and major questions from an information security perspective to health impacts. Wireless intra-body Nanosensor Networks for example might be beneficial when used by good people, however, in the hands of bad actors, they can be used to harm people. External body sensors to me would be more practical I think. It would be creepy right now to have internal nanosensors that could allow for doctors or even emergency dispatchers to dispatch an ambulance to someone the moment the nanosensors detect early signs of strokes, heart attacks, or seizures. This might be beneficial if the sensors and tech are developed in an ethical way that ensures that complete individual privacy is maintained. I also believe that there needs to be limitations of how AI can be used in a person's healthcare at a regulatory level and industry level.

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mattroomsq 2 points ago +2 / -0

It makes no sense. The solution should have been to make and incentive for ISPS to make fiber to the home service quite affordable and where geographical and terrain made it impossible to run fiber, use terrestrial microwave backhaul links to serve areas where a fiber optic cable would be impossible to run. It is expensive to do but, the larger telecom providers could certainly do that for residential customers if they do that for businesses.

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mattroomsq 1 point ago +1 / -0

I am kind of surprised myself. I have been detoxing and I am beginning to wonder if that has played a major role in me not having any serious side effects. I thought I'd at least have some kind of side effect. As I recall, I haven't had any period so far.

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mattroomsq 8 points ago +8 / -0

I could also see a ton of service members filing lawsuits against the pentagon and secretary Austin over this. I imagine the the same will happen to every employer who fired employees that refused the vaccine especially if SCOTUS does rule against OSHA on the 7th.

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mattroomsq 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah it is. I am still hopeful that a detox can help me flush out all of it. Having had the J&J shot, at least my body isn't constantly turning out spike proteins even during the times it should not be.

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mattroomsq 1 point ago +1 / -0

I am with you there. We absolutely should know what is in the vaccines that come on the market and also know how it effects the clinical trial participants as well.

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mattroomsq 4 points ago +4 / -0

Well I have no trust anyway in our military.

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mattroomsq 2 points ago +2 / -0

I wounder if anyone else in these pictures will end up on trial next due to being named as a connection in the Maxwell trial. I doubt it though.

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mattroomsq 1 point ago +1 / -0

Is this going to be for the rollout of the vaccine the US Army has been working on at Walter Reed Memorial Medical center?

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mattroomsq 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't know. I still have questions about whether or not I could end up having problems years from now depending on if the spike proteins at some point stop being produced in my body despite the J&J being a DNA vaccine. My biggest question is, is there a finite amount of resources available to the modified cells that produce the spike protein from the DNA insertion process?

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