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Extensive Patent Trail of the Corona Virus by Dr Reiner Fuellmich

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Published on 01 Aug 2021 / In Entertainment

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The last 16 months have been a rollercoaster of fears and facts, and we have seen the narrative behind COVID-19 change constantly, it was novel after all, what could we expect?

Dr. Reiner Fuellmich who has been leading the charge on exposing the true information surrounding COVID-19 recently hosted Dr. David Martin, a professional analyst who has shared some disturbing information. His evidence appears very compelling and credible, and I have fact checked some of the patents he has identified. It’s clear COVID-19 was never a novel (new) virus.

Watch this interview in full, hear the testimony of Dr. David Martin and the patents he’s analysed over the last many years. All publicly available going back to 1999 showing the Novel Coronavirus was well known for two decades. He explains his credentials and provides many quotes about how this present outbreak was probably engineered.

It was a surprise to me that we knew about this back in 2000 following a patent application by Miller, Klepfer, Reid and Jones Jan 28 2000 US patent 6372224.

Here are just a few of the patents:
https://patents.justia.com/patent/6372224
https://patents.justia.com/patent/7220852
https://patents.justia.com/patent/7151163
https://patents.justia.com/patent/9193780

If you are as concerned as I am, I encourage you to share this video, tag your friends, family, and neighbours, encourage them to examine the narrative versus the emerging evidence and put an end to these lockdowns.

#ONPoli #CDNPoli #NoMoreLockdowns #WeMustResist #WeAreLivingALie

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