After an interview highlighting the toxicity of experimental COVID-19 gene-based vaccines, Dr. Jeff Matheson had his medical license suspended for nine months by Ontario’s medical regulator for providing information “inconsistent with public health and College directives.”
Matheson, who has been practicing emergency medicine across Canada and internationally for many years, was featured on a short video with independent journalist Maryann Gebauer on July 22 when he addressed the sudden deaths of multiple physicians in his home nation.
He mentioned knowing one of them, Dr. Paul Hannam, who was “a very fit former Olympic athlete” who died at age 50 while out for a “normal jog” on July 16.
Three other physicians who worked for Trillium Health Partners also died on July 17, 18, and 21, directly after another rollout of experimental COVID doses, with a young 27-year-old female triathlete doctor dying on July 31.
Perhaps in light of such deaths, and his fellow physicians in Toronto beginning to notice a significant problem with “a lot of younger, seriously injured people coming into the emergency rooms,” Matheson believes his colleagues will not submit to any more booster shots.
Asked to identify the most common injuries he has seen in Ontario, the physician specified “neurological injuries,” and added they had been seeing many strokes and blood-clotting disorders as well.