Home of scientists who discovered contaminants in vaccines RAIDED
Home of scientists who discovered contaminants in vaccines RAIDED; documents confiscated for the “good of science”
Vaccines are one of the most hotly debated topics today, and their defenders often ask those who voice concerns about vaccines to furnish evidence that they’re bad. While there is no shortage of studies showing the harm they cause, a recent incident reminds us that there is likely a lot more information out there about vaccine dangers that never sees the light of day.
Recently, the home of a pair of world-renowned scientists who found contaminants in several common vaccines was raided, and authorities confiscated documents related to their findings along with computers, flash drives, and years of research.
After publishing a study exposing nanoparticulate contaminants in vaccines, Dr. Antonietta Gatti and her husband, Dr. Stefano Montanari, attracted the attention of authorities in Italy, Europe and the U.S. Dr. Gatti showed that vaccines contain inorganic adjuvants such as steel, tungsten and copper – components that aren’t declared in the vaccine’s labels.
They likely got there during the vaccine creation process or through polluted components. Once injected into a person’s tissue, their danger grows because they become trapped in the tissue and cause permanent inflammation. Is this really something we want injected into anybody, much less babies and toddlers whose bodies are still developing?
Dr. Montanari likened these particles to a bullet. If you’re shot in the heart, he says, it doesn’t matter whether the bullet was made of iron or titanium – you’ve got a hole in your heart either way, and that’s never a good thing. Dr. Gatti was about to testify before the Italian parliament about the dangers of these vaccine contaminants when her home was raided.