‘Risk/benefit ratio of a booster every two months is beyond upside down’ ~ Dr Robert Malone

It is hard to believe, but the CDC is actually recommending that everyone get a booster every two months. Why is that? Because the CDC wants everyone to think that this is how long people are “protected” after injection.

A new study shows that 94% of the US population were estimated to have been infected by SARS-CoV-2 at least once.

Now, as the new variants of Omicron are even less pathogenic than the last, the risk/benefit ratio of a booster every two months is beyond upside down. But let’s look at some of the more recent studies to back up this “claim.”

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