Bizarre moment anti-vaxxer who’s railed against COVID shots injects himself with AGED URINE after touting it as a virus cure
This is the bizarre moment an anti-vaxxer injects himself with his own urine – a measure he touts as a 新冠肺炎 cure – while speaking with the man he learned the supposed magic remedy from.
In a clip from an undated video call, Christopher Key, an outspoken anti-vaxxer who runs the blog Vaccine Police, speaks with Dr Edward Group.
团体, a certified chiropractor and self declared guru of ‘urotherapy,’ discuss the benefits of stem cells in urine.
Rolling up his sleeve, Key tells Group that in lieu of iodine he is going to ‘sterilize’ with his own urine, ‘and what-not,’ then holds up a jar of yellow fluid.
Christopher Key (剩下) sticks himself with a syringe full of his own urine to prevent COVID-19 in an undated video. He learned this unfounded practice from Dr. Edward Group (对)
Key is seen taking aim with the yellow syringe, which he quickly sinks into his upper arm.
Group nods and looks on as Key sets the jar aside and picks up a syringe.
Popping the cap of the needle with his mouth, Key tells Group through clenched teeth to ‘talk about the stem cells.’
Group then begins to say something about Stem cells in urine, claiming that ‘Pretty much every type of stem cell is available in your urine,’ and that ‘Stem cells are the base DNA cell that will start replicating additional cells for regeneration and repair.’
But Group’s mic may as well be set to mute, as Key begins taking aim with the yellow syringe, which he quickly sinks into his upper arm.
Taking a look back at the camera, he drops the plunger and empties the syringe.
Key swivels about on his chair to set his pee-filled arm front and center, and with something of a flourish whips the needle out.
Key runs the far-right blog Vaccine Police, which rails against COVID vaccine policies
Group’s medical credentials are limited to a chiropractic certification. He runs the alternative medicine business Global Healing, a favorite of far right pundit Alex Jones
The practice on display is a part of something some call ‘urotherapy,’ an alternative medicine practice that Dr. 团体, 除其他外, say has been benefitting humanity for thousands of years.
It’s latest benefit? Serving as a cure for COVID-19, and also acting as an antidote for the COVID-19 vaccine too, according to Key, who says he learned about these properties from Dr. 团体.
‘He told me that he and his team have been looking over those who have been vaccinated and taken the jab,’ Key told the 每日野兽 在一月, ‘And they have anecdotal evidence of blood clots totally disappearing from using urine therapy.’
In a video posted in January, Key tells a room of listeners that the vaccine is ‘the worst bio weapon I have ever seen.’
在十二月, Key pledged to travel across the country performing citizen’s arrests against democratic governors in retaliation for their vaccine mandates
‘The antidote that we have seen now, and we have tons and tons of research, is urine therapy. 好, and I know to a lot of you this sounds crazy, but guys, God’s given us everything we need.’
He then declares with an audible exclamation point that he has been drinking his own urine for 23 年份.
‘There is absolutely no scientific evidence that drinking your own urine can cure COVID.’ 博士. Jon B. 克莱因, director of the Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute at the University of Louisville School of Medicine, told The Daily Beast in January.
在八月, 2021, Key berated Walmart pharmacists administering the vaccine, comparing them to Nazi doctors. ‘You yourself will be executed in violation of the Nuremberg Code,’
Urotherapy injections are only Key’s latest misadventure into the world anti-vaccine protests.
Last August he paid a visit to a Walmart in Springfield, 密苏里州, where he berated pharmacists and declared ‘What they’re doing is crimes against humanity.’
‘If they do not stand down immediately, then they could be executed. They can be hung in the state.’
Then in December, Key set out on a road trip during which he pledged to perform citizen’s arrests of democratic governors.
Key did not detain any governors, but he was arrested for trespassing at a Whole foods in Birmingham, 阿拉巴马州.
At a court date in January, he was told he needed to wear a mask to enter.
Speaking with an attorney outside the courtroom, Key could be heard on a video he took saying ‘I’m competent. I’m not insane. I am completely sane. I don’t need an attorney. I am a free man.’