Argentina: Researchers Explain the Nanotechnology Found in ‘Covid’ Fake Vaccines

In a presentation to the Chilean radio station El Mirador del Gallo, Argentine doctor Martín Monteverde presented the analyses carried out by Corona2Inspect researchers on the microtechnology found in Cansino, Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, and Sputnik “vaccines.”

In June 2021 graphene was discovered in Covid “vaccines” by Spanish scientist Dr. Pablo Campra.  Since then, graphene and nanotechnology has been found in Covid injections by doctors, scientists and researchers in the United States of America, Poland, Germany, Austria, Chile, Argentina and New Zealand.

Argentina’s Dr. Monteverde and other researchers carried out microscopic analyses of vials from the five “vaccine” types.  He then sent these images to Corona2Inspect to further analyse.  Corona2Inspect returned the images with their comments identifying what the objects the images were showing.

“[Corona2Inpsect] have been studying for some time this whole issue of nanotechnology, which is a topic… Well, for those of us who aren’t familiar with it, it’s absolutely new. But they have been investigating it with scientific articles, and they have been making small comments on our images. If you want, we can look at them,” Dr. Monteverde began.

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