Scientist says Pfizer INTENTIONALLY DECEIVED regulators about COVID-19 vaccine contamination
Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer knew that its COVID-19 vaccines were contaminated with a virus and took steps to intentionally obscure this fact from regulators, according to the founder and chief scientific officer of Medicinal Genomics, Kevin McKernan.
When the company’s vaccine sequence is annotated, the presence of DNA from a virus known as Simian Virus 40, or SV40, can clearly be seen.
McKernan and his research team did not set out to find contamination in the vaccines. Instead, they discovered it accidentally while using RNA from the vaccine as a control in an effort to test RNA purification in another project they were carrying out. They had assumed the RNA in the jab was a functional pharmaceutical-grade variety and were surprised to find that in addition to mRNA, the Pfizer shots had DNA plasmids.
He explained to Children’s Health Defense that this plasmid DNA has no place in an mRNA vaccine. That could be why the company did not include the annotation of SV40 DNA in the data that it supplied to regulators, nor did it disclose the presence of the virus.
While this is a major concern on its own, it also raises questions about what else the company hid from regulators and how any company can get away with deceiving regulators to this extent in the first place.
He believes that Pfizer later tried to get rid of the plasmid DNA using an enzyme to break it down and that it failed to fully eliminate it.
Predictably, the claim of SV40 contamination in the vaccine has been the subject of politically motivated fact checks in the mainstream media. However, Health Canada has confirmed the presence of the DNA in the vaccine. They also confirmed that Pfizer failed to disclose this contamination in its submission to regulators there, as required by law.
The Food and Drug Administration has not taken a position on the matter and only gave a generic response to a reporter who inquired about this, saying that they were “confident in the quality, safety, and effectiveness of these vaccines.”
McKernan believes that Pfizer was “playing some games” with the tools it used to measure RNA and DNA in the jabs, opting for a tool that was not capable of identifying the small pieces of plasmid DNA. Moreover, annotations that appear in software when analyzing the vaccine do not appear in Pfizer’s regulatory submission, which means that someone with the company deleted them, likely in an attempt to deceive regulators, he said.
Why is SV40 contamination so problematic?
According to McKernan, more data is needed to understand the risks of SV40, but the main concern is that it poses a cancer risk because it could integrate with the human genome.
He said there are many reasons to think its presence is problematic, stating: “So all of that is a train wreck. If you’re putting in 200 billion of these molecules per shot and you’re doing them five times a year … I don’t know how many times people are taking them, but if you think of your schedule, you should be past your fifth by now. So there’s a cumulative dosing problem here. There’s a high number of these fragments in there.”
Moreover, although there may only be a small amount of this DNA in the jabs overall, the fact that it is scattered means it has a higher potential to integrate because there are so many active ends of DNA.
McKernan believes that governments should remove the vaccine from the market until this matter can be investigated further.
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