Naomi Wolf Confirms Big Pharma Was Adding Varying Amounts of Active Ingredient to Batches of COVID Vaccine

Gateway Pundit – by Jim Hoft

Former Clinton adviser and COVID Vaccine critic Naomi Wolf joined Steve Bannon on The War Room on Monday morning. Naomi shared her latest bombshell from her investigation into the Pfizer vaccine documents released by the US government on their COVID vaccine testing. Naomi’s team of investigators, doctors and attorneys identified several US government documents that confirm that Pfizer was adding varying amounts of active ingredient to their experimental COVID vaccines. According to the data, the range of dangerous active ingredient went from 3μg, to 10μg, to 30μg, to 100μg depending on the batch they happened to inject you with.

As Naomi mentioned, this ties in directly with the website “How Bad Is My Batch” that was created so you could track how many adverse reaction incidents were linked to the vaccine batch you were given.

Now there is proof via AMA documents that they are distributing different doses of the active ingredient in the COVID vaccines based on batch number.
What the hell?

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6 thoughts on “Naomi Wolf Confirms Big Pharma Was Adding Varying Amounts of Active Ingredient to Batches of COVID Vaccine

  1. How many sheep were given anything with a batch number that correlated with the shot they were given?
    We know the elderly are being targeted but who else? Any specific demographics?
    Or is it all a crap shoot because they want us all dead?

  2. There’s been a lot of buzz around the fact that biolabs in the Ukraine were actually working with bioweapons that target victims racially. This has been a topic of discussion for decades. More specifically the latest speculation is that these “products” were targeting Slavic people. Would makes sense if you considered that the Ashkenazis were securing the old Khazarian empire back for themselves by eliminating all the non-Khazarian slavs in the region. Could also have much greater effect worldwide if true. Just thought I’d throw that into the mix at this point 😉

    1. Ally, this may interest you

      ‘in 2008, when five families sued both the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and Texas A&M University for using stored blood spots for undisclosed research purposes without parental permission.’ ……’It came out, then, that the DSHS had loaned blood spots to (and been “appropriately reimbursed” by) pharmaceutical companies, while also lending 800 blood spots to a lab run by the U.S. Armed Forces Institute of Pathology to help get its new forensic database up and running. The 800 spots were used to establish general reference points of variation among different ethnic groups…..’

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