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プラスミドdsDNA 混入疑惑
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#Blotgate hits the big time with a breakdown on @EpochTimes and @zerohedge

The report in this article was based on our findings published here on twitter

@sonia_elijah @chrismartenson…
Follow-up report.
10th Jan 2023.

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New Cheese 🧀🧀🧀on #Blotgate - The emerging scandal that keeps on giving.
The EMA and FDA reviews of the Pfizer BNT162b2 molecular biology assays were not independent reviews at all.
Pfizer wrote their documents.

The paper that David is referring to is published as a "peer reviewed" paper in @JPharmSciences

Except it wasn't that at all, it was a submission by Pfizer in response to the EMA and FDA questions posed in relation to their gene therapy product.
It has simply been reconstituted as a "peer reviewed" manuscript.

These are the claims in the paper but they are not shown to be true.

Let's ignore the "safe and effective" claim for obvious reasons
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What do you call something that's too good to be true from a company that has previously been convicted of fraud?

Yep. More cartoon Westerns, this time from Pfizer directly. Nobody checked them.

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The source document sent to me appears to be from those released under @AaronSiriSG @IamBrookJackson legal actions to investigate fraud in the Pfizer vaccine study that the FDA said they needed 75 years to release the documents.

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I'll say that again.

There were 11 MILLION total documents (44,000 patients, minimum 250 pages per patient plus 350,000 assessment and summary documents).
The FDA was given the glossy summary on the 10th December.

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BREAKING: After uncovering gross incompetence (or negligence) at the TGA @SenatorRennick asked them what they did about the clearly contaminated batches.

Their response:
"We didn't see any problems"
#humpgate #TGAgate
The response confirms that the TGA were not competent to assess this product, given that the EMA identified the contamination.

Full thread below:

This response was completely disingenuous because you cannot find a protein that you are not looking for.

Without mRNA sequencing (which they didn't do) they would have no idea what protein to look for.

Protein sequencing is complex, but they didn't do that either.
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#humpgate #TGAgate

1⃣ We found the humps.
2⃣ the EMA knew about them
3⃣ the analysis appears to be synthetic

@chrismartenson @stkirsch @Daoyu15 @Kevin_McKernan
Just a reminder that these are the same humps that we found in the TGA batch analyses here

They are contaminants at 3000nt and 2000nt length. The main mRNA should be about 4000nt length.
The EMA knew about these humps because they had them analysed. But only to a point.

Not only did they ONLY perform on analysis on the assumption of what they THOUGHT was in the product, but they accepted what now appear to be synthetic Western blots as evidence.
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