Masks Cause Damage: Study Reveals Mask-Hypoxia-Blood Clot Connection

A 2018 study highlights the hypoxia-blood clot connection (exacerbated by masks), while a May 2020 CDC study (with WHO involvement) concludes masks are not effective to stop flu transmission. Loading… A serious and potentially lethal hypoxia-blood clot connection has been found by a scientific study entitled Hypoxia downregulates protein S expression. The study, published in July 2018, describes how hypoxia (a low concentration of oxygen) decreases Protein S in the blood, a natural anticoagulant. This leads to an increased risk for the development of thrombosis or blood clots, some of which are potentially life-threatening. The study was unique in that it was the first time research had shown that hypoxia could increase blood clot risk via a molecular cause. The worldwide agenda of mask wearing rules is not only unconstitutional and unlawful in many nations, but it is also causing mass hypoxia among the general population. In addition to the hypoxia-blood clot link, hypoxia also leads to fatigue, headaches, nausea, cognitive impairment, low energy levels and decreased immunity, thus causing mass damage

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BUSTED: NIH Owns Financial Stake In Gates-Funded Coronavirus Vaccine

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) own a financial stake in the Bill Gates-funded Moderna Coronavirus vaccine, raising big questions

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BUSTED: Project Veritas exposes Facebook contractors who purposely censor conservatives, Trump supporters in violation of company policies

(Natural News) For years, conservatives and pro-Trump media have complained that the social media behemoth platforms we’ve all come to

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Former Conan O’Brien Creative Director Joins Isegoria

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sam Eaton Chief Marketing Officer, Isegoria sam@isegoria.com Isegoria, an independently funded blockchain-based news, media, entertainment and educational platform founded by multi-award-winning investigative journalist Ben Swann,  announces that award-winning designer and brand expert Alison Childs has joined the team to direct brand strategy, along with colleague and fellow award-winning designer Bee Elvy.  “I’m excited to have Alison and Bee join Isegoria. They are exceptional creators with immense award-winning achievements. We’re honored to be attracting such tremendous talent in ISE’s early stages,” said Samuel Eaton, Isegoria’s Chief Marketing Officer.  “I am absolutely honored to have Alison and Bee join this project,” said Swann. “Their caliber and achievements are extraordinary, and they also clearly share the vision of Isegoria and all that it stands for. We’re all excited to see their work on this project come alive.” About Dream Team Design Alison Childs is a Los Angeles-based brand expert, video artist, and graphic designer with an extensive, accomplished career. Childs and Bee Elvy head Dream Team Design, a creative agency with clients including Conan O’Brien’s Team Coco, Samsung, SoundCloud, Oracle, Puma, FOX, MTV, and many more. Their work includes their Emmy award-winning branding and digital design for Conan Without

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ABOUT Click here for Anti-Media’s privacy policy Click here for Anti-Media’s cookie policy Anti-Media’s evolution from a fiercely independent news

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