Anti-vaxx groups and others Doctors recommend, among other things, borax swimmers, NBC News reports, in order to “eliminate” the problem of covid-19 vaccine they’ve already got it. Audiences who want to swim he says he regrets that he received the covid-19 vaccine because he ate some fake ones. It is worth noting that there is no way to change the vaccine.
In a video that previously circulated on TikTok, its colors are on Facebook without confirmation, internal medicine specialist and well-known anti-vaxx fraud Dr. Carrie Madej can be seen explaining the shape in the microphone. It is said that its “detox bath” releases toxins, pesticides, heavy metals, and “Other” pathogens, consisting of compounds that have been misdiagnosed for a long time as an antiseptic. They promote baking soda and epsom salt (due to radiation), bentonite clay (for fungi and yeast), and a whole cup of borax (for nanotechnology). “Look down, reap, reap down,” he says, “20 minutes, as hot as you can, right?”
Health experts agree that the toxins can absorb, but not removed through, the skin. Koma hypothetically, anything can overcome liquid nanotechnology, because it is a fantasy.
Washing your body with borax, a cleansing agent that can kill scabs, is not wise. The National Library of Medicine he thought borax is a health hazard, by researchers affiliated with the World Health Organization he finds that, in moderation, can cause nausea, coma, diarrhea, headache, weakness, and insomnia.
Madej’s greater faith is growing more and more, uh, doubtful. He says The vaccine has a fluid nanotechnology that simulates human behavior and AI, so atheists can raise your profile on the cloud and “download” in hologram avatars. (I do not agree.) If this is not the case at all, consider the fact that he said he realized this vaccine before it was given to the public. Madej could not learn vaccine, and does not have a reliable source of this information.
Madej’s video is which contributes to the unrestricted covid-19 stream Vaccine lies spread on social networks, especially by people who are or are not claiming to be doctors, and these lies are many really killing people, including his supporters. NBC News says anti-vaxxers too strengthening the cap and drawing blood as a means of getting rid of the vaccine. TikTok is still showcasing #vaccinedetox videos, combining a bottle of hydrogen peroxide with various zapantry items near the bathroom. They can be found on the Instagram Reels, too, through vaccination information, display of various vitamins, homeopathic remedies, and spray bottles.
TikTok has obviously removed the viral video, though the obscure content is still mixed. Facebook is still the Madej platform, where he wrote today that his Twitter account was suspension.
If Facebook removed only 12 accounts, Center for Counting Digital Hate they find, can eliminate 65% of vaccine errors on site. Instead, wI have reached the point one in three U.S. Residents say a relative or close friend has died of covid-19.
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