Mt. J.K. spotted this article, and it's an important one. As most regular readers of this website are aware, there has been a rash of strange deaths of physicians and medical technicians and researchers over the past few years. And there does appear to be a pattern in these deaths, for many of them, if not most, have called into question the assumptions of our pharmacology-based medical culture, calling into question particularly the "vaccine mania" that seems to have gripped it since the 1970s. The mania has reached such a pitch that certain by name American retailers now set up "flu vaccine" booths at the entrances of their establishment, offering discounts for people that get jabbed with the latest cocktail of aluminum and thimerosol. One can easily predict the next move in forcing people to surrender their "health sovereignty": said retailers will simply refuse to sell to customers who do not have proof of their being jabbed.
In that context, consider the recent disappearance Dr. Timothy J. Cunningham, a CDC doctor missing for some time, and now, sadly, feared dead:
As the article notes, Dr. Cunningham worked for the CDC, and has been missing for over a week, and his family is, needless to say, justifiably concerned, and fears the worst. The question is, why?
Perhaps this has something to do with it:
“He’s a scientist, so he has a very methodical mindset and an outgoing personality,” a family member said.
Dr. Cunningham was last seen by colleagues Monday the at the CDC office in Chamblee, Georgia. Colleagues said he was feeling sick, so he left work early and said he was going to finish his work from home. That was the last time anyone saw him and he hasn’t been heard from since that day.
In January, Dr. Cunningham shared his opinion that this year’s flu shot was behind the deadly outbreak of the flu, while warning that if his name was attached to the widely-circulated quotes, he would lose his job – or suffer an even worse fate.
Understanding the dangers involved in speaking out about vaccines in the current climate, we granted him anonymity in the article. However Dr. Cunningham told us we should go public should anything happen to him.
Dr. Cunningham was an expert on contagious epidemics, having been deployed by the CDC to work on the Ebola and Zika crises in previous years. He knows a suspicious outbreak when he sees one, and this year’s flu epidemic raised serious red flag’s for the CDC doctor.
“Some of the patients I’ve administered the flu shot to this year have died,” the doctor said in January, adding “I don’t care who you are, this scares the crap out of me.”
“We have seen people dying across the country of the flu, and one thing nearly all of them have in common is they got the flu shot,” he said. (Boldface emphasis added, italicized emphasis in the original)
It takes no high octane speculation whatsoever to understand that Dr. Cunningham was in fear for his life given his findings about the latest "flu shot" and the deaths resulting therefrom, otherwise he would not have stated to release his name "should anything happen to him."
And that means that his disappearance is a criminal matter, and needs to be investigated. Who would have the means, motive, and opportunity to "disappear" him and cause such grief to his family? Well, one place to start looking and investigating is the manufacturer of the vaccine that is the center of Dr. Cunningham's allegations. From there, it would seem prudent to investigate the associates of that manufacturer, the people on the board and so on. Are they outspoken vaccine advocates? Have they sponsored or otherwise been involved in vaccine trials on unwitting human populations, say in Africa or India? Are certain foundations involved? Did Dr. Cunningham's research uncover any other patterns or associations? Where is that research? Did he hide it?
And, while we're at it, since Dr. Cunningham was obviously a trusted research scientist of the CDC, that would seem to put any investigation of his disappearance under federal jurisdiction. And given President Trump's executive order of last December about human trafficking being a national security emergency, I don't think it would be too much of a regulatory stretch to interpret the "human trafficking clause" of that order as also involving medical trials on humans here or elsewhere. Thus, any number of federal investigative agencies could conceivably become involved under the national security aegis, by-passing an FBI which looks to be increasingly so corrupted it is not able to do its job effectively.
Whatever the investigative possibilities, this is already a case of prima facie evidence of a crime, and it's a crime that warrants and compels deep investigation.
My heart and prayers go out to Dr. Cunningham and his family.
See you on the flip side...