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CDC admit that altered mRNA

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CDC admit that altered mRNA persists in the body

Since the beginning of the COVID vaccine rollout, the Centers for
Disease Control (CDC) have made false and unsubstantiated claims
(https://bit.ly/3wcIpL0) that have misled and harmed many people.
For over a year, the CDC contended that the mRNA quickly degrades
in the body after it is injected. They also claimed that the translated
spike proteins stay in the deltoid muscle, where they are quickly
neutralized by immune-responsive cells. These vaccine-encoded spike
proteins were heralded as a "safe and effective" immunization,
preparing the body to fight SARS-CoV-2. However, the entire process
has made vaccinated individuals (https://bit.ly/3K2P6oG) more
susceptible to future strains of the virus. Even worse, the persistence
of spike proteins in the blood causes blood clots and inflammation
of other organs, especially the heart.
Scientists, doctors and researchers who questioned or challenged the
CDC's assertions were blocked across social media and accused of
spreading "misinformation." Many have lost their jobs or had their
license threatened. Now, the CDC is silently retracting "settled
science" they once demanded the public worship. The CDC quietly
altered its website, confessing that the mRNA and the spike proteins
persists in the body for an extended duration of time. Also, the CDC
finally admitted that there is no logical reason to treat vaccinated
people differently than unvaccinated people because both can readily
contract and transmit coronavirus variants. Even worse, the vaccine
subverts the initial surveillance immune cells, leading to inferior
intracellular T-cell response.
The CDC once claimed that "our cells break down mRNA from these
vaccines and get rid of it within a few days after vaccination." Now
the CDC says, "Scientists estimate that the spike protein, like other
proteins our bodies create, may stay in the body up to a few weeks."
Additionally, the CDC recently removed this statement from their
website: "mRNA and the spike protein do not last long in the body."
The vaccine manufacturers drastically underestimated the replication
force of the mRNA. The regulatory agencies never fully understood
how the immune responsive cells would react to these foreign proteins
(https://bit.ly/3PzLkUW).
Runaway spike protein synthesis has serious implications for human
health. If the mRNA does not degrade quickly, it can force human
cells to replicate inflammatory spike proteins for a longer duration,
causing cardiovascular and organ damage. This would inevitably block
the production of natural proteins that the body needs in order to
function properly. If the spike proteins are not being properly
neutralized by the immune system, they may colonize in distant
organs, causing inflammation in unpredictable locations throughout
the body.
Under a tab titled, "Facts About mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines, the
CDC also claims that the shots "do not affect or interact with our
DNA." "[The] mRNA from these vaccines do not enter the nucleus
of the cell where our DNA (genetic material) is located, so it cannot
change or influence our genes," the CDC contends. However, a study
out of Sweden finds evidence that the SARS-CoV-2 spike enters the
nuclei of the cell and impairs the DNA damage repair process. The
study, SARS-CoV-2 Spike Impairs DNA Damage Repair and Inhibits
V(D)J Recombination In Vitro, confirms that the COVID vaccines
interfere with human DNA (https://bit.ly/3dEjLgf) just hours after
vaccination. The spike proteins that are translated by the mRNA
vaccines were found to enter the nuclei of cells, blocking the cell's
ability to repair damaged DNA.
The researchers found that the mRNA vaccines impede important DNA
repair proteins (BRCA1 and 53BP1). In essence, the COVID vaccines
are altering DNA through a molecular mechanism that damages adaptive
immunity. Breached cell nuclei could also spell further harms in the
long term. "Our study shows that [Pfizer's mRNA injection] … can be
reverse-transcribed to DNA … and this may give rise to concern if
BNT162b2-derived DNA may be integrated into the host genome and
affect the integrity of genomic DNA, which may potentially mediate
genotoxic side effects," wrote the researchers.


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