We have previously covered the story of Dr. Charles Hoffe, the brave doctor who has been practicing medicine for 28 years in the small, rural town of Lytton in British Columbia, Canada. After he had administered about 900 doses of the Moderna experimental mRNA COVID-19 injections, he sounded the alarm over the severe reactions (including death) he was observing in his patients who chose to get the shot.
After speaking out about the adverse reactions he observed, he received a gag order from the local medical authorities. He denied this order and spoke out even more so on the Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson Show. Dr. Hoffe’s punishment for warning about the dangers of experimental injections was that he was removed from hospital duty.
Dr. Hoffe is truly a hero today, risking not only his reputation, but possibly even his very life to bring important information regarding the COVID-19 shots to the public. In this latest interview, Dr. Hoffe says that the blood clots being reported in the corporate media as being “rare” are not rare at all. He said:
The blood clots we hear about which the media claim are very rare are the big blood clots that cause strokes and show up on CT scans, MRI, etc. The clots I’m talking about are microscopic and can only be detected using the D-dimer test.
Using this test with his own patients, Dr. Hoffe says he has found evidence of small blood clots in 62% of his patients who have been injected with an mRNA shot. These are not as dramatic as the larger cloat but, in the long run, they can be just as harmful.