Dec 032022
 

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Dr. Laura Braden became outspoken in 2021 when the governments of PEI and Canada began rolling out experimental mRNA gene therapy. She knew as a molecular immunologist that these “vaccines” would result in the death of children. Unfortunately, she was correct.

As part of her daily routine working for a private aquaculture company, she would perform daily PCR tests and knew that the state’s narrative of there being high “cases” of COVID-19 was a fabrication. The data they were presenting was false. Worse was their immoral solution of lockdowns, coerced “vaccinations,” and violations of individual rights.

Fired from her position just two weeks after advocating for the use of ivermectin she joined Taking Back Our Freedoms (tbof.ca), a Canadian group dedicated to repealing all COVID-19 mandates. Their mission: “To engage, educate, and empower Canadians to become catalysts for challenging their institutions, holding their representatives personally accountable, and reclaiming their inalienable rights and freedoms.”

She has also become instrumental in organizing the National Citizens Inquiry (nationalcitizensinquiry.ca), an initiative launched in November 2022 by former Leader of the Official Opposition and Member of Parliament, Preston Manning. The Inquiry will conduct a series of open forums to hear testimony from Canadians impacted by their governments’ responses to COVID-19, and issue a report with recommendations “ensuring that any future national crises are better managed, harms mitigated, and trust in public institutions upheld.”

Her loss to the field of science is a gain for Canadians trying to understand how their medical and governmental institutions failed them and how those responsible for the failures can be held to account for their actions.

Dr. Braden joins Robert Vaughan to discuss her dismissal, the truth behind governments’ response to the “pandemic,” and her efforts to seek justice for those harmed by the system.

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