Israeli COVID Vaccine Director BANNED From Twitter After Exposing Link Between Monkeypox and mRNA Jabs

Former Director of the Israel Institute for Biological Research Shmuel Shapira has been suspended from Twitter for exposing the link between mRNA jabs and the recent monkeypox outbreak.

Prof. Shapira, who suffered from an adverse reaction following his third Pfizer jab, was suspended by Twitter last week and was forced to remove a tweet where he linked the monkeypox outbreak to the Covid jabs.

“Monkeypox cases were rare for years. During the last years, a single case was documented in Israel. It is well established the mRNA vaccines affect the natural immune system. A monkey pox outbreak following massive covid vaccination: *Is not a coincidence,” Shapira tweeted. reports: Each incident may not be tied to the vaccine, but the clustering and timing suggest differently, the professor added last week.

On Tuesday, Prof Shapira wrote again regarding the obscured long-term side effects of the mRNA vaccine.

“Myocarditis, fatal arrhythmias, 20% increase in strokes, facialis, Herpes Zoster, tinnitus (ear ringing), gynecological excessive bleeding, monkey-pox, obscured long term side effects. No worries. Be happy,” he wrote.

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