r. Ryan Cole is an Idaho pathologist who is no stranger to controversy. His claims of horrific side effects from mRNA vaccines and his recommendations of alternative treatments for Covid launched medical board investigations in multiple states, prompting the doctor to defend his license. As the owner of Cole Diagnostics, one of the largest independent diagnostics laboratories in Idaho, Dr. Cole says he has seen – and photographed – shockingly large blood clots appearing since 2021.
Dr. Cole’s concern is we’re still seeing a big public push for an injection that’s still experimental and has side effects. “We’re pushing something that can cause more harm than good,” he said.
Regulatory Agencies and Big Pharma
All scientists agree – when you censor the ones who don’t. There are financial interests, there is a cosiness between regulatory agencies and big pharmaceutical companies.
It was fascinating that Pfizer’s CEO Albert Bourla in the Washington Post interview said to his scientists: Why are we doing mRNA? We’ve only been working on this for two and a half years. “So, he had questions and his scientists just said: ‘Well, it’s because we’re doing this and that’s our plan’,” Dr. Cole noted.
“It was also interesting that Moderna hadn’t successfully brought an mRNA product to the human market prior to this [Covid vaccine]. Their animal studies with different toxicities and different autoimmune effects etc. with mRNA technologies didn’t work either.”
It raises many questions not least of all: Why did we treat these products as though they were “vaccines” when they’re indeed an injection of a gene sequence?
Dr. Cole is seeing some adverse effects that are highly concerning. “Not only for now but the immune modulation that we’re seeing going forward has me concerned as well,” he said.
“I’m pointing out the harms of the spike protein, the harms of these gene-based injections. The lipid nanoparticle in and of itself is toxic. And here’s probably even a graver concern I have … the human body cells weren’t made to make foreign proteins … The human cell is made to make human proteins. To make a human cell make a protein from an infectious agent – and especially make a protein which has known cytotoxicity, cellular toxicity, human body toxicity – that’s a big scientific concern.”
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