Parasite Found In Pfizer Vaccine
We’ve all have been wondering about the secretive ingredients inside the vaccines. The presence of graphene oxide, a toxic metallic substance that can cause blood clotting, has already been widely discussed. This is the ingredient that causes vaccinated individual to become magnetic, at least near their puncture points.
But there’s a second substance that’s been found in the Pfizer vaccine that is even more shocking. That substance? A Latin American parasite called Trypanosoma cruzi that bores into human tissue and eats blood. This protozoa causes a disease known as chaga or American trypanosomiasis. It’s an infectious disease, predominantly found in poverty-stricken regions of Mexico, Central America and South America.
Complications associated with chaga include heart failures and intestinal disorders. It is marked by fever, fatigue, body aches, headaches, rashes and loss of appetite.
You have to wonder if the move to ban or limit access to ivermectin has anything to do with the presence of the Trypanosoma cruzi, seeing as how ivermectin is quite effective in treating diseases involving tropical parasites. Here’s more from The Resistance 1776.