German Chief Pathologist Says Frequency Of Fatal Consequences Of Vaccinations Is Underestimated

I was reading this article about a German physician who found injuries from COVID vaccinations in people who died shortly after receiving them:

German Chief Pathologist Sounds Alarm On Fatal Vaccine Injuries, Free West Media, 3 August 2021

The director of the Pathological Institute of the University of Heidelberg, Peter Schirmacher, has carried out over forty autopsies on people who had died within two weeks of their vaccination.

The regional daily Augsburger Allgemeine reported: “Schirmacher assumes that 30 to 40 percent of them died from the vaccination. In his opinion, the frequency of fatal consequences of vaccinations is underestimated.

[Schirmacher] received support from his own ranks, and the Federal Association of German Pathologists stated that more autopsies of vaccinated people who died within a certain time frame after vaccination should be performed.

The pathologist cited “rare, severe side effects of the vaccination – such as cerebral vein thrombosis or autoimmune diseases”.

[Schirmacher] is not an opponent of vaccinations – Schirmacher himself has been vaccinated.

This is western news media, outside of the US. It was translated from German. So, the part that surprised me was:

Twitter meanwhile suspended the account of former New York Times science correspondent Alex Berenson for sharing details of a Pfizer clinical trial with similar findings.

News of @AlexBerenson ‘s suspension sure traveled! By the way, LinkedIn just deleted the account of Dr. Robert Malone – for the second time. (He appealed the first suspension.) Dr. Malone is the inventor of mRNA vaccines.

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