MAGA INSTITUTE PODCAST, Ep35 – Dr Bryan Ardis On How to Protect Against the COVID Spike Protein!

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Dr Bryan Ardis, CEO of Ardis Labs, returns to the MAGA Institute Podcast with the good news about how with natural vitamin and mineral supplements we can protect ourselves and our loved ones from both SARS-CoV-2 itself and any spike proteins that may be transmitted by people who have participated in the COVID-19 gene therapy experimental trials by getting injected. Dr. Ardis also shares with us how we must use kindness, love, and understanding to rescue people from the COVID-19 cult.

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