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Scientists ‘shocked’ and ‘alarmed’ at what’s in the mRNA shots
#plasmidgate breaks mainstream
Props to Spectator Australia, which to the best of my knowledge is the first Australian mainstream news site to run the story of genomics scientist Kevin McKernan’s discovery of DNA contamination in the mRNA Covid shots.
You can read my new article for Spectator here:
The article gives a succinct and digestible overview of McKernan’s breakthrough discovery and its implications.^ It’s a good one to share with curious friends and family, though if they have taken these vaccinations, I suggest a trigger warning.*
McKernan’s findings have now been confirmed by numerous scientists around the world, including Dr Phillip Buckhaults of the University of South Carolina. Buckhaults gave a brilliant run down of the current state of the DNA contamination saga, trending on X (previously Twitter) as #plasmidgate, in a Senate hearing in his home state earlier this month.
Buckhaults is a proponent of the mRNA platform and has taken the Pfizer shots, but said in his Senate testimony that he won’t be taking any more doses without testing them for contamination first.
Much of Buckhaults’s testimony is covered in the Spectator article, and I have a new article coming later this week which will go into further detail.
I will also be covering the testimony of Dr Janci Lindsay, a toxicologist who testified after Buckhaults and offered some different perspectives on the contamination issue.
The Spectator article also makes mention of an Australian court case which argues that the DNA contamination is actually a GMO under the Australian legal definition, and that therefore the vaccines are being distributed illegally. The case also identifies the complex of mod-RNA encased in lipid nanoparticles as being GMOs.
Credit to independent news site Umbrella News for being brave enough to break this story before the mainstream took it on, with the publication of my article last month:
I’ll finish with a suggestion to be sensitive about who you share this information with, and when. If an mRNA boosted friend is having a bad day, perhaps hold off for another time. Eventually though, we’ll all have to come to terms with the recklessness of our regulators and governments, and something will have to give.
^There is currently a typo in the first para of the Spectator article. It says ‘plasma’ DNA but should say ‘plasmid’ DNA. Spectator has been notified and I expect this will be amended imminently.
* To my readers who have taken these shots, I have two things to say:
I’m sorry you were not given informed consent. It’s not right, and it’s part of the reason I continue to do this work.
The potential risks of the Covid shot DNA contamination are not proven or quantified as yet. There is more research to be done. Both McKernan and Buckhaults have emphasised that if it becomes scientifically established that adverse events, sudden deaths and genomic integration are occurring as a result of the contamination, it’s unlikely that it would be occurring in everyone who took the shots. Buckhaults likened the contamination fragments to little pieces of buckshot - some will hit the target (cell nucleus), some won’t. More and more medical expert groups are offering detox protocols for these vaccinations. I don’t know what does and doesn’t work, but the FLCCC protocol and the McCullough protocol seem to be highly regarded.
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