Staggering 17 Million Deaths Following Covid Vaccine Rollout, Study Claims – Watch Interview with Study’s Authors, Drs. Denis Rancourt, Marine Baudin & Jérémie Mercier

On November 19, 2023, a significant study emerged from the collaborative efforts of Drs. Denis Rancourt, Marine Baudin, Jérémie Mercier, and Joseph Hickey. This research posits that approximately 17 million deaths occurred globally following the deployment of Covid vaccines.

Dr. Rancourt articulated their approach, stating: “We assess the vaccine’s toxicity across all age groups. This is based on the global distribution of doses, leading us to infer that the vaccine could be responsible for the death of 17 million individuals.”

Titled “COVID-19 Vaccine-Associated Mortality in the Southern Hemisphere,” the study was published on September 17, 2023. Contrary to expectations of widespread recognition, it has encountered substantial censorship and a barrage of ‘fact-checks’ that reinforce narratives about the safety and efficacy of the still unverified Covid-19 vaccines.

A significant highlight was the team’s interview during the International Crisis Summit 4, held in the Romanian Parliament. This event provided an opportunity to delve deeper into their findings and implications.

Watch the interview with the researchers Drs. Denis Rancourt, Marine Baudin & Jérémie Mercier by Glen Jung from Bright Light News.

For more details on the study and its implications, and to watch the interview with the study’s authors, refer to the original article at Bright Light News.

Read the Nobel Protest Committee’s article about the study here.

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