Russian Hacker Uncovers 5G COVID Vaccinated Tracking Data on Darkweb (1 Viewer)

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In this video below a Russian hacker reports that via the dark web he located a database containing live data coming from all those who have had the Sputnik vaccination. He looked up his friends who have had the vaccination in the database and found them.

He mentions that inside the the blood stream of those vaccinated is a MCST chip, which is a type of microprocessor. tracking the data while connected into the base station via 5G technology.

The details he says is available includes:
  • Name
  • Address
  • DOB
  • Location/GPS coordinates
  • Sleeping or awake
  • Dates of the vaccinations
As to if he directly connected into the MCST chip, or a database that the MCST chip reports its data to, I'm not sure, but that's not to important.

Here is the video:

As to it's authenticity, who knows, as it's easy to fake what we saw in the video. However, these small chips to exist and it is possible this is going on, whether the person is telling the truth or not.

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