Are “Bad Batches” of mRNA Causing Adverse Reactions? Dr. Vibeke Manniche Discusses Danish Research w/ Dr. Kelly Victory + Update from Scott Schara on Ascension Lawsuit – Ask Dr. Drew
Are there differences between batches of mRNA vaccines – and are some more dangerous than others? Dr. Vibeke Manniche recently joined John Campbell to discuss a peer-reviewed research paper she coauthored titled “Batch-dependent safety of the BNT16b2 mRNA Covid-19 vaccine” published in the European Journal of Clinical Investigation, which appears to show connections between mRNA adverse reactions and specific batches. Scott Schara – father of Grace Schara – also joins the show to discuss his case against Ascension Health and the dangers of healthcare being entangled with financial incentives.
Dr. Vibeke Manniche is a Danish physician, PhD, and author of 35 books. For over 34 years, she has focused on epidemiology and rare diseases. Dr. Manniche has spoken widely against lockdowns and COVID mandates since the earliest days of the pandemic.
Follow Dr. Manniche at https://twitter.com/mannichevibeke
Scott Schara is a nationally-recognized expert commentator on euthanasia and the dangers of incentivized healthcare. He is the father of Grace Schara, a 19-year-old with Down syndrome whose death is at the center of Scott’s landmark lawsuit against St. Elizabeth’s Hospital (Ascension Health), currently underway in Wisconsin Circuit Court. Scott alleges that Ascension Health staff fraudulently designated his daughter as a “Do Not Resuscitate” patient and murdered her with a lethal combination of drugs. After being removed by armed security guards, Scott says he was forced to watch his child die via FaceTime. Follow Scott at https://twitter.com/GraceEmilysDad and https://ouramazinggrace.substack.com/