I was going to recapitulate the evidence that the virus, SARS-CoV-2, doesn’t exist. But I decided to leave it out of this article. I’m just going to focus on the vaccine and what it’s supposed to be doing.
Let’s say you’re a vaccine researcher. You develop a new type of shot that deploys RNA.
The RNA, when injected, has one purpose. It induces cells of the body to produce something called the spike protein. That’s it.
According to your theory, the body’s immune system will spring into action and mount a neutralizing attack against this protein.
As result, when the “real thing” comes along—the virus, which contains the spike protein—the vaccinated person will be protected. His immune system will ward off the virus.
Since, again, the whole and only reason you’re injecting the RNA shot is to make the body produce the spike protein …
Aren’t you going to make sure the body is, in fact, producing that protein?
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