Episode 75: Saving Lives, Solving Deaths

May 4, 2023

Guest Dr. Mary Tally Bowden, a Texas physician who played a vital role in saving thousands of lives during the Covid-19 pandemic by providing early treatment for her patients. She is also an outspoken critic of the Covid-19 vaccines and vaccine mandates. We’ll also hear from Laura Jeffery, a Canadian embalmer who confirms the shocking phenomenon of fibrous blood clots in the bodies of those who have received the Covid-19 vaccines - something she has never witnessed before in her 27-year career. And Richard Hirschman, who was recently spotlighted in the documentary "Died Suddenly " for coming forward with evidence regarding changes observed in the blood and fibrous material discovered during the embalming process beginning in early 2021. The decision to make this public was his concern for humanity. Don't miss out on these incredible accounts.

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