Dr. McCullough: “It’s Absolutely Unacceptable” to Take an Injection and Die

“There’s a historical precedent in the United States on mass vaccination… One to recall is the swine flu pandemic [in] 1976… We had 220 million Americans. We had gotten to about a quarter of Americans vaccinated against the swine flu, and at 25 deaths and 550 cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome, which is a form of ascending paralysis, the program was shut down… Now the deaths ultimately rose to 53 deaths. And apologies were given; they were [given] reparations or payments. But the point is, it’s unacceptable to have anyone take an injection electively and die. It’s absolutely unacceptable. It’s not something that our country has ever thought is okay to do.”