Dr. Naomi Wolf Details Unsettling Pfizer Documents, Enlisted 161 Attorneys To Address ‘Crimes Of Extraordinary Scale’ [VIDEO]

“We’re starting to see what was really done to the American people and to people around the world.” BY GREGORY HOYT MARCH 12, 2022

Dr. Naomi Wolf recently appeared on Steve Bannon’s podcast to go over the disturbing findings uncovered in recently released Pfizer documents pertaining to the COVID shots while they were experimenting on laboratory mice.

Dr. Wolf briefly dove into the massive team of attorneys that have been enlisted to pour over the Pfizer documents so that justice can be sought for those who these COVID shots have injured.

“There’s a great deal surfacing. We need 161 lawyers because the crimes are of such an extraordinary scale as we’re starting to see what was really done to the American people and to people around the world.”

She continued from there, saying that she’s pleased with the immense amount of help she and others are receiving in their pursuit of the truth and justice. She said she is equally saddened by the findings they’ve happened upon so far in their review of these Pfizer documents.

“Pfizer did a study, or studies, with rats and mice…So they were looking at the lipid nanoparticles and where they go…this is what BioTech is so excited about. These are the hard, fatty casings that are sent into your body with the mRNA vaccine. And BioTech is excited about this technology because they want to use it for other things like medicine delivery and getting data about your heart, and so on. But in this case, it’s the mechanism whereby the mRNA vaccine kind of goes into you.

In Dr. Wolf’s words, she claimed that “so the CDC knew and the FDA knew and lied when they said it stays in the bicep.”

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Gregory Hoyt is an I.T. Marketing and Sales professional based out in Sierra Vista, Arizona. While being a staunch and outspoken advocate of law enforcement and first responders, Gregory Hoyt also has the experience of having spent nearly 5 years in prison as well. Since then, he’s used his unique perspective to offer support and commentary about the criminal justice system. When not working or combating bad ideas, Hoyt also leisurely studies economics, history, and law.