Was Dr. Rashid Buttar killed?

ER Editor: We’re both curious and sceptical about Buttar’s death, as in ‘we hope it’s not real’. Readers familiar with the story of Robert David Steele‘s hospitalization and rumoured non-death will know what we mean. Buttar was a dynamic voice of reason from the get-go, questioning the plandemic nonsense.

See this by Gateway Pundit, which links to an article by Sayer Ji: Anti-Vaccine Dr. Rashid Buttar Has Died

Last week he gave an interview to Canadian journalist Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson. The video is below: around the 27:30 minute mark, he explains that he has been sick (evident in his look), having spent time in the ICU, and that he had been poisoned with ‘200 times’ the amount of Covid bioweapon. However, his energy and dynamism in this video seem normal for him. He then featured on a meme going around social media listing the ‘disinformation dozen’. Which seems a little sinister. We sincerely hope this is a white hat way of getting him out of circulation. Here’s the video:



Was Buttar killed? ‘Dr Rashid Buttar died in mysterious circumstances just days after claiming he had been poisoned following a controversial interview with CNN about his

Covid pandemic disinformation; Covid conspiracy doctor claimed he was ‘poisoned after interview’ just days before death; IMO, I don’t out anything past the ‘dark unseen hand’, those behind COVID fraud




‘A notorious conspiracy theorist doctor, known for his wild takes on the Coronavirus pandemic, claimed he had been poisoned just a few days before he died.

Dr Rashid Buttar, who was part of the group nicknamed the “Disinformation dozen”, died suddenly yesterday (Saturday, May 20) at the age of 57.

He was known for being a huge anti-vaxxer and became a cult figure during the pandemic.’

‘The medical community is mourning the loss of Dr. Rashid Buttar, a respected doctor known for his views on COVID-19 and vaccines.

He was named as one of the “Disinformation Dozen” by the far-left media along with Democrat presidential candidate, Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Dr. Buttar, 57, a licensed physician and a retired Major in the US Army who served in special forces, died on Thursday at his home, while spending time with his family, according to an email sent by his family.’





Featured image source: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2023/05/anti-vaccine-dr-rashid-buttar-who-previously-claimed/


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