Internal Pfizer Document Reveals Vaccines Trigger ‘Autoimmune Skin Blistering’ Is ‘monkeypox’ just a cover for vaccine injuries?

Court-ordered Pfizer documents state vaccines cause epidermal abnormalities. Over 8,450 participants developed skin & tissue disorders during the clinical trials. VAERS database has numerous entries describing recipients suffering from painful skin lesions. NIH archives contain medical studies on autoimmune bullous dermatosis post-inoculation.

As the World Health Organization began moving towards their global Pandemic Treaty, a new disease suddenly emerged. Mainstream media outlets diverted citizens from the WHO’s latest power grab with a blitzkrieg of foreboding monkeypox headlines. According to ‘experts’, the virus spread throughout Europe, Australia, and America in early May. Those afflicted develop protruding lesions. Symptoms include muscle pain, fever, headache, and chills. Medical professionals insist the zoonotic pathogen is due to human-animal exposure. However, some inquisitive researchers believe the mysterious outbreak could be linked to an unexpected source.

Inoculation-Induced Skin Blistering

Internal Pfizer documents present concerning findings regarding COVID-19 vaccines. During the clinical trials, laboratory technicians noticed test subjects experienced unusual side effects. According to a recently released dossier labeled 5.3.6 CUMULATIVE ANALYSIS OF POST-AUTHORIZATION ADVERSE EVENT REPORTS OF PF-07302048 (BNT162B2) RECEIVED THROUGH 28-FEB-2021, recipients suffered from a host of inoculation-induced illnesses. One specific reaction listed is autoimmune blistering disease. The report reveals that 8,476 participants developed skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders. Immunized individuals developing similar ailments are also described in the federal VAERS database. Numerous entries state patients experienced epidermal abnormalities post-vaccination.

Vaccines Trigger Autoimmune Conditions

Further evidence that SARS-CoV-2 elixirs can cause external deformities and sores can be found within the National Institutes of Health archives. A particularly intriguing submission is titled Autoimmune Bullous Dermatosis Following COVID-19 Vaccination. Scientists conducted a detailed examination of the peculiar dermatological condition. Authors write: “Autoimmune bullous diseases (AIBDs) are a heterogeneous group of diseases characterized by cutaneous and mucosal vesicles, blisters, and erosions. We hypothesized that vaccination against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) could trigger an immunological response in genetically predisposed individuals. According to the French method of imputability, the pharmacovigilance investigation showed an I5B4 causality assessment score for the vaccines, interpreted as highly probable, for all the patients. The diagnosis of vaccine-induced autoimmune bullous dermatosis was highly suspected.”

An internal Pfizer documents sheds light on various autoimmune conditions triggered by vaccines.

Images from the Autoimmune Bullous Dermatosis Following COVID-19 Vaccination study on the NIH archives.

Emergency Use Authorization allowed authorities to bypass safety protocols, waiting periods, and standard testing procedures. We are currently living through the largest medical experiment in human history. Coronavirus shots have already been injected into billions of people worldwide. Since the 2021 rollout, rates of cancer, strokes, blood clots, and heart issues have skyrocketed. Never-before-seen hepatitis is plaguing children. Autoimmune diseases are exponentially rising. Now a rare skin malady dubbed ‘monkeypox’ is being diagnosed in highly vaccinated regions. It is only logical to question the potential connection between these bizarre outbreaks and mRNA gene therapies.

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Government confirms.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8618511/

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