McCullough says still at work fighting Wuhan virus, protecting public

McCullough says still at work fighting Wuhan virus, protecting public

McCullough says still at work fighting Wuhan virus, protecting public

Dr. Peter McCullough, the controversial cardiologist best known for warning about the COVID-19 vaccines, is making news for a new reason: He says he has come up with a possible way to get rid of the nasty spike proteins deposited by the Wuhan virus and the vaccines.

Since the early days of the pandemic, Dr. McCullough has been warning about the dangers of the so-called "spike protein" deposited in the body by both the virus and by its supposed vaccine.

Spike proteins are known by scientists because they enter a person’s healthy cells by binding to the cell’s receptors. The flu virus, for example, has two spike proteins. The spike protein found in coronaviruses is known as the S protein.

In the case of the COVID-19 virus, after infection or after the vaccine, the spike protein is found within cells, outside of cells, and circulating in the bloodstream, the doctor advises.

“We know the spike protein is deposited to the heart, the brain, all the vital organs,” he tells AFN. “It's responsible for the symptoms of long COVID as well as for the vaccine complications including heart damage and myocarditis, blood clots, neurologic damage.”

While most of the medical establishment is still denying the harm done by the spike protein, McCullough and his medial team have published a paper in the fall issue of Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons. The article suggests a combination of three supplements degrades the spike protein and counters its effects.

 “I can't make any therapeutic claims because large randomized trials aren't done,” he says of the treatment, “but I can tell you my anecdotal observations: People do get better. It takes about three months for it to kick in and they progressively get better from there.”

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Regarding the spike protein itself, McCullough says the now-infamous Wuhan Institute of Virology “devised and engineered” the spike protein found in the COVID-19 virus.

The origins of the virus have been hotly debated, especially since it originated in the same city where China operates a bio-weapons lab and not in the Yunnan bat caves located 500 miles away.

A paper published by the Journal of Medicine and Life described the evidence for both natural and man-made theories behind the virus. The paper also mentions spike proteins in the virus point to a man-made origin because of their “optimal portions” for penetrating human cells and weakening the body.