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Contamination in mRNA Shots ‘Serious Regulatory Oversight’
A #plasmidgate update
My new story for Umbrella News pulls together a bunch of threads from the unfolding #plasmidgate story. If you’re not caught up, here’s the TLDR:
Multiple independent labs around the world have discovered plasmid DNA contamination in the mRNA Covid shots
It’s in amounts higher than regulatory limits
It’s not supposed to be there
There’s also an SV40 promoter in the Pfizer shots, which is a sequence used in gene therapies to drag material into the nucleus of the recipient’s cells
Health Canada has now also formally acknowledged the contamination, as well as the SV40 promoter on the Pfizer vaccine.
As well as the DNA contamination, there is a theoretical risk of endotoxin contamination - this remains to be proven. Australian Geoff Pain is expert on this.
Scientists, and especially oncologists, are concerned about the possibility of contamination leading to rare but serious side effects, including cardiac events, anaphylaxis, autoimmune issues, cancers and sudden death
There is also the risk that the contaminant DNA will integrate with the genome of the recipient
None of these effects have been proven in relationship with the contamination, but a new Canadian study of 27 mRNA vaccine vials (preprint) is the first to explore the connection. The authors found “a positive dose-response relationship was observed for the Pfizer lots based on qPCR estimation of residual DNA,” indicating that this is something that should be studied further.
Regulators applied DNA contamination limits applicable to traditional vaccines to these new mRNA vaccines. In doing so, they appear to have overlooked the fact that the contamination in the mRNA vaccines is being transported around the body - and into the cells - in lipid nanoparticle packages. Oops.
Read the full story, with links to primary sources:
One of the scientists featured in this article, Dr. Phillip Buckhaults, has been backpedaling hard since his testimony in a South Carolina Senate hearing went viral. Dr. Buckhaults believes in the promises of mRNA technology and is very keen to play down the risks, though he maintains, as do the other scientists who have replicated Kevin McKernan’s OG plasmid DNA contamination findings, that there needs to be serious research into the possible effects of the contamination.
Earlier this week, he posted the below on X:
Apparently, vaxxed people are freaking out, flooding Dr. Buckhaults’s inbox with messages of fear and anxiety. This is a good reminder that, while this information may be purely interesting in an ‘appalled onlooker’ kind of way to the unvaxxed, it can be really scary for people who have taken the products to hear this information.
Some scientists, including Dr. Buckhaults, are of the view that because the prospect of hypothetical risks is scary and not yet proven unequivocally, the information should not be shared with the wider public.
I strongly disagree.
While the products in question are still being injected into people daily all over the world, this is an issue of informed consent. Some people may choose to wait for more information before receiving additional injections, and some may seek alternative treatments. Some will choose to run the gauntlet and receive the injections anyway. People should be given the opportunity to make this choice with the best available information at the time.
That said, when presenting this information, media (and people posting on social media) should strive for even-handedness. I think that the focus should be on informing people of the confirmed facts (DNA contamination) and theoretical risks (yet to be proven scientifically in relation to the mRNAs) for the purpose of facilitating informed consent.
I hope this article can be a sharable resource for anyone interested in finding out more about the topic - vaxxed or unvaxxed - in a way that is not sensational, and that clearly separates out the known facts from the hypothetical risks.
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