I’ll summarize the main points.

Dr. Patricia Lee is a distinguished, expert physician, who has worked at Harvard and Georgetown, and she overcame her fear of reprisals to report to the FDA and CDC multiple harms she personally observed that were caused by the jab. (Cont’d👇)
“...serious harms, including quadriplegia, organ failure, and brain blood clots. As Dr. Lee explains..., it is ‘statistically improbable that any one physician should witness this many Covid-19 vaccine injuries if the federal...claims regarding...vaccine safety were accurate.’”
“...she has ‘spoken with colleagues who have also had similar experiences in treating patients’ but none would publicly acknowledge these injuries because they thought doing so would ‘fuel vaccine hesitancy’ or result in ‘backlash.’ This approach to medicine is the real danger.”
In other words, folks, many relevant specialists have significant personal experience with the disastrous side-effects of the jab, but will not report them out of fear of damage to their careers.
Thanks to Dr. Lee for her courage, but frankly her colleagues, through their silence, are partly responsible for the deaths of thousands of people.

What about your Hippocratic Oath, professionals?

If you do not start speaking out *now*, you’re moral monsters.
Here is her letter. Important. Life-saving. Deserves to be shared far and wide.
Docs apparently are the go-along-to-get-along types...and joined the Nazi party early in Germany.

h/t a friend of mine


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