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by Hunter Bradford  •  ChurchMilitant.com  •  September 22, 2021   

Project Veritas reveals COVID cover-up

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Jodi O'Malley, registered nurse, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: "This is evil at the highest level."

Project Veritas has aired a bombshell report exposing government cover-up of the vaccine. It recently interviewed Jodi O'Malley, a registered nurse at a hospital run by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 

O'Malley: "You have the FDA, you have the CDC that are both supposed to be protecting us."

A 15-year-old patient was due for his second dose of the Pfizer vaccine when he went to the hospital with a blood clot. O'Malley explained why the vaccine is likely to blame.

O'Malley: "Because this is a 15-year-old, normal-weight healthy child. No reason for him to have a blood clot."

She isn't the only nurse at the hospital who thinks this way. Yet the hospital refuses to report adverse reactions as it is obliged to by the CDC. 

O'Malley: "How many have you seen that have gotten vaccinated here that have gotten sick?"

Deanna Paris, registered nurse, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: "That got sick, side effects? A lot."

O'Malley: "A lot! I'm like, 'Who's writing the VAERS [Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System] report?'"

Paris: "Nobody, because it takes over a half an hour to write the d*** thing."

James O'Keefe, Project Veritas founder: "One of O'Malley's colleagues didn't want to take the vaccine for religious reasons but was forced to by the hospital. Since the pandemic began, the coworker safely worked in the ICU, which, in that hospital, was the COVID unit. She died on Aug. 28."

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