RECALL PARLIAMENT NOW, SUNAK, AND STOP BOOSTER ROLL-OUT
Warning over 1 in 35 risk of heart damage from Covid jabs
By Oliver May
PRIME MINISTER Rishi Sunak has been urged to recall Parliament in order to call an immediate halt to the roll-out of the Covid 19 booster programme.
Andrew Bridgen, MP for North-west Leicestershire, wrote to the British PM on Monday, citing details of an allegation of criminal conduct by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), regarding the emergency use authorisation and approval of the Pfizer Covid jab.
In his letter, Bridgen refers to additional peer-reviewed evidence which reveals a 1 in 35 chance of heart damage for anyone taking three shots of the Moderna jab.
He says: “Given the gravity of the peer-reviewed revelation, it would appear that Parliament should be recalled immediately to review the latest scientific material and call a halt to the roll-out of the booster programme.
“I request, therefore, that you declare such a recall should be made, in the national interest, in order to halt the irreparable harm and avoidable death, which will occur if this matter is left unaddressed until we return in September.”
To completely ignore such a call from a Member of Parliament seems a crazy thing to even contemplate –sadly, however, this is not the case when you consider some of the past responses of the House of Commons to speeches Bridgen has previously made.
Deputy Speaker Penny Mordaunt has even told the House that Bridgen is spreading conspiracy theories about “WEF stooges planning to make the country eat insects” – something the United Nations have been actively writing and planning since 2013.
And in the past fortnight, both Moderna and Pfizer have doubled down in the face of questioning about myocarditis and whether they are prepared to underwrite the risk of their own ‘vaccines’, saying, basically, that they are not prepared to offer any money to victims because that ‘is a matter for government’ and that they currently have no idea why their jabs cause heart damage.
Today, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) announced its advice regarding those who will be eligible for the Covid 19 booster this autumn. They are:
residents in a care home for older adults
all adults aged 65 years and over
persons aged 6 months to 64 years in a clinical risk group, as laid out in the Immunisation Green Book, COVID-19 chapter (Green Book)
frontline health and social care workers
persons aged 12 to 64 years who are household contacts (as defined in the Green Book) of people with immunosuppression
persons aged 16 to 64 years who are carers (as defined in the Green Book) and staff working in care homes for older adults