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Breaking: DNA plasmid contamination replicated by a USC Professor of Molecular Biology & Genetics and several others.
Kaboom ! "I love the smell of napalm in the morning"
Phillip J. Buckhaults is one of the few pro-mRNA vaccine professors whom I follow. While we may have disagreements, I have found him to be respectful and eager in the pursuit of truth.
Well, this morning (or night if you are on the wrong side of the world), he dropped a bombshell regarding the DNA plasmid contamination in Kevin McKernan's work. Initially, he didn't believe the DNA contamination story and decided to conduct his own tests to uncover the truth. As it turns out, he discovered that Kevin was right all along.
He sent out a tweet to the FDA expressing concerns regarding the plasmids.
Phillip remains firmly pro-mRNA and holds the belief that the vaccine has saved more lives than it has harmed. However, acknowledging the contamination is a positive step forward. It's interesting to observe that many pro-MRNA vaccine propagandists are attacking Phillip for his findings.
Anyway, the FDA finds itself in a difficult position at the moment. They promoted an experimental jab, and now they are attempting to remain silent regarding the contamination issue. It is clearly an out-of-specification (OOS) situation and justifies a product recall. The longer they delay, the more accountable they become for this ongoing wrongdoing.
Phillip is not the only scientist who has replicated these findings. We have scientists from Japan and various other locations who have also replicated the contamination, demonstrating that these are not isolated incidents.
I am also curious about the extent of Pfizer's internal knowledge concerning this matter and whether they made attempts to mitigate the risk by manipulating the batches. This is not the first occurrence of such an experience for the company. In 1979, when cases of Sudden Infant Death related to the DTP Vaccine emerged in Tennessee, Wyeth (now Pfizer) decided to address the issue by limiting the distribution of affected lots to a single state, presumably in an effort to conceal any correlations.
If you're interested in reading more about the DNA contamination, here is the link to my previous article on the topic.
Signing off for now,
PS: Apologies for the lack of updates. I'm currently going through a very challenging time in real life. Fighting for the truth hasn't been a smooth ride!
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