Dr. Stephanie Christner: Innocent people are walking into a poison prison called the vaccine schedule – Brighteon.TV
Dr. Stephanie Christner of Tulsa, a primary care physician and psychiatrist, was pro-vaccine until her daughter died of vaccine injuries
on February 14, 2009. The baby was less than six months old.
"I didn't know at that point. I really didn't even educate myself on vaccine reactions and things like that, however, so once something like that happened, and you're totally shocked, like, 'how can this be?' Christner told Vaccine Police founder Christopher Key during the Red Pill Expo in Indianapolis, Indiana, earlier this month.
Christner added that health authorities spent billions on advertising and pushing these faulty narratives to the public. "These innocent people are walking into a 'poison prison.' And they don't know it. No idea," she stated.
Her baby was not immediately vaccinated at the hospital when she was born and was perfectly healthy for the first couple of months. When she received her two-month-old vaccinations, things began to change. But she did not associate her daughter's declining health with vaccines and proceeded with the vaccine schedule
"I thought that there was really no way that we would ever give something to our most precious, precious thing in the world -- our children -- that would be harmful and that wasn't [fully] studied," she stated during a previous interview.
"I was loaded with vaccinations and titanium implants and of course, pass that on to my own children. And so I have two living boys who are amazingly awesome. And my daughter was my third so I just didn't know and mainstream practitioners just don't know," she said.
The primary care physician determined that her daughter died of sudden infant death syndrome. She was astonished at how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
and the Food and Drug Administration
could ever recommend such a vaccine schedule.
"And it hasn't been questioned. It's just ignorant. It speaks to every other decision that has been made with regard to the vaccine schedule," she said.
Chlorine dioxide is a universal antidote that can get toxins out of the body
Elsewhere in the Red Pill Expo interview, Key told Christner that one of the best things that can get toxins out of the body is chlorine dioxide (ClO2).
The chemical compound is widely known as a universal antidote
. Thousands have recovered from illness using CIO2 and now many physicians and scientists are saying it is powerfully effective for many applications.
"I can tell you about Dr. Manuel Aparicio. He was here at the red pill event last year. Now it's been almost a year and his team of over 5000 medical doctors have cured over half a million people that had [Wuhan coronavirus] COVID-19 with ClO2," Key said.
Aparicio, an orthopedic surgeon, said he is legally allowed to administer ClO2 to his patients because he practices in Mexico, which has far more freedom and liberty than the U.S. when it comes to medical practices.
ClO2 is also being used in Bolivia as a COVID-19 treatment
because there is more freedom there to treat patients with things that are strictly prohibited in the United States. At the moment, Americans can only access or make ClO2 if they are sold as dietary supplements. (Related: Chlorine dioxide approved as COVID-19 treatment in Bolivia – BrighteonTV
A study published in 2021 in the journal Annals of Pharmacology and Pharmaceutics
stated: "ClO2 is a powerful disinfectant that is known to inactivate both viruses and bacteria."
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