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New Study: COVID vaccine DOES ALTER human DNA


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Google search it and this is what you find:  https://www.newsweek.com/covid-coronavirus-mrna-vaccines-human-dna-conspiracy-theory-fact-check-1558962


Fact checkers paradise telling everyone NO THE VACCINE WILL NOT ALTER DNA!   SHUT UP!  TAKE THE VACCINE!


That is the BIG lie we should be talking about.  READ ON... and CONNECT THE OBVIOUS DOTS WITH ME...



A team of prominent scientists has doubled down on its controversial hypothesis that genetic bits of the pandemic coronavirus can integrate into our chromosomes and stick around long after the infection is over.




Reverse-transcribed SARS-CoV-2 RNA can integrate into the genome of cultured human cells and can be expressed in patient-derived tissues




And what is the mRNA jab?  It is a synthetic RNA code that instructs human cells to MANUFACTURE THE VIRUS SPIKE PROTEIN.  Our bodies making a virus spike protein... a GENE EXPRESSION.  


This guy had it figured out in February...


Breaking Study Sheds More Light on Whether an RNA Vaccine Can Permanently Alter DNA

The vaccine, on the other hand, contains RNA that encodes the Spike (S) protein. Therefore, if the mRNA from the vaccine (or subsegments thereof) were to make its way into a transcriptionally-active region of our genome through a retro-integration process, it will cause our cells to produce an over-abundance of Spike protein, rather than N protein. Our immune system does make antibodies to both N and S proteins, but it is the Spike protein which is the prime target for our immune system because it exists on the outside of the virus. If our cells become permanent (rather than temporary) Spike Protein producing factories due to permanent alteration of our genomic DNA, this could lead to serious autoimmune problems.

https://sciencewithdrdoug.com/2021/02/15/breaking-study-sheds-more-light-on-whether-an-rna-vaccine-can-permanently-alter-dna/#:~:text=Our immune system does make antibodies to both,DNA%2C this could lead to serious autoimmune problems.




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