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Article by Leo Zagami

Lucca is a small city in Tuscany whose picturesque streets are filled with surprises, from Gothic cathedrals, palaces, museums, piazzas, and now it’s the first private clinic for people affected by the Covid vaccine to “help, welcome, and support people who have suffered damage from vaccines.” 

A questionable activity for the leftist mob that has been keeping the Regional Council of Tuscany hostage for decades, which now questions this unprecedented initiative with an interpellation to the Regional Council issued by the Lucchese counselor/representative of the Italian Democratic Party Valentina Mercanti, also signed by the Dem councilor and doctor, Donatella Spadi.

 Valentina Mercanti denounced the project stating with typical leftist disdain:

“We are talking about a truly singular, serious, and perhaps unique precedent on the national scene, a project that manifests from past initiatives that started as early as 2021 in Lucca when they created a ‘medical-health group’ made up of doctors and health workers who proclaimed, ‘free in mind and conscience,’ before actions, committed to assisting unvaccinated people from Covid 19 in their own homes.  We saw that on November 2, the “medical-health group” in question, whose members were reintegrated into their medical roles because of the new law decree issued by the Meloni government, opened ‘the first medical practice specializing in the treatment of adverse vaccine reactions,’ to the public.”

Of course, libtard doctor Donatella Spadi, who is sponsored by Big Pharma states: “We are faced with a highly anti-scientific information modality.”

In the interpellation, the governor of Tuscany, Eugenio Giani is asked if he is aware of the statements made public by the group of doctors and if he intends to act to “verify whether unscientific information is being disclosed in other centers used for health functions.”

Even at a local level in the Commune of Lucca where Mario Pardini, the unified center-right candidate has been mayor since June of this year, the Italian Democratic Party is complaining about it, even if they are aware, it is a completely legal private initiative:

“We are aware of how this is a private initiative on which the municipal administration can have very little impact but at this point, even after the no-vax manifesto appeared in recent weeks in the Church of San Vito, we believe a stance and distance is required by the mayor for what is happening on this front in our city.”[1]