Dr. Steve Hotze talks COVID-19 vaccines and the FDA ‘approving’ them on Brighteon.TV


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(Natural News) Conservative talk radio host Dr. Steve Hotze is now on Brighteon.TV. Over the past year, Hotze has been an influential force in campaigning against shutdown mandates in the state of Texas. In addition, he’s also been fighting against election fraud in Harris County.

Now, he brings that same fire to a new show on Brighteon.TV that airs every Monday, 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.

Natural immunity is better than experimental gene modification disguised as “vaccines”

For his debut episode on Brighteon.TV, Hotze covers how he plans to focus on health and discuss various health and medicine-related news on the show. In particular, he zeroes in on Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines, specifically the mRNA vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna.

Hotze says that he’ll provide his viewers all the information about “the experimental gene modification injection that the government is trying to force encourage individuals to take. 

He then brings up how he and his staff treat guests at the Hotze Health and Wellness center in Houston. Specifically, he talks about how he encourages his guests – which is refers to his clients, not “patients” – to focus on building up their immune health.

“If you’ve got a healthy immune system, good energy levels,” he says. “Ladies and gentlemen, you’re going to be a healthy person.”

“And what a time to be healthier than the time we have right now,” he adds, in reference to the coronavirus pandemic.

He then adds how people won’t hear this advice from the mainstream media, who are much more concerned with their vaccine agenda.

Of course you’re not going to hear that from anybody in mainstream media or conventional medicine … because it goes against their narrative they want,” he says. “You take the shot … they want you to take the experimental vaccine.”

He then compares experimental mRNA vaccines to a “West Texas rattlesnake, because it’ll bite you and kill you.”

FDA has approved killer drugs before, what makes “vaccines” any different?

As part of his discussion on COVID-19 “vaccines,” Hotze also touches on the Food and Drug Administration‘s (FDA) recent “approval” of Pfizer-Biontech’s vaccine, called Cominarty.

“I trust the FDA approval about as far as I can throw it.”

Hotze then mentions how much influence big pharma companies like Pfizer have over the FDA.

“They’re in complete control by the pharmaceutical companies,” he explains. “And they’re going to approve things that no one should ever take.”

He pulls from his own experience as a doctor, explaining how he’s seen the FDA approve many drugs quickly that later turned out to have deadly side effects.

They’ve approved drugs over. I’ve been medicine now for 46 years and I’ve seen so many drugs that have been FDA approved within a year get taken off the market because they were killing people.” he explains. He specifically points to the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug rofecoxib, more commonly known as Vioxx, that was taken off the market in 2004 after it was found to cause heart disease.

“Vioxx is one of that was an anti-inflammatory drug that was taken off back in the early 2000s that was killing people, causing heart disease.” (Related: Merck’s Vioxx scandal widens: Drug maker knew Vioxx was deadly for years before risk was made public (opinion).)

During the investigation into Vioxx, it was discovered that the drug’s producer, Merck, had used flawed methodologies biased towards exaggerating the drug’s positive effects, and downplaying any negative effects that were found. Specifically, they had compared the drug to naproxen, another pain reliever, instead of a placebo as is normal.

Of course, Hotze points out that this is just one example of a drug that the FDA approved that has later killed people.

For more on these drugs and how to remain healthy without them, watch Dr. Steve Hotze’s show on Brighteon.TV.

Sources include:

Brighteon.com

NPR.org

UCUSA.org


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