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Lab mouse typing randomly on a keyboard. Some tweets are public interest disclosures #CTCCTCGGCGGGCACGTAG #Modernagate #Jikkyleaks
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Mar 6, 2022 13 tweets 8 min read
If you think having a p53-inhibiting protein production factory at the very site of the body most affected by p53-related cancers is "nothing to worry about" you really haven't been paying attention

#modernagate #p53gate #spikegate intechopen.com/chapters/48121 ImageImage
Feb 24, 2022 10 tweets 7 min read
The least-easy-to-remember hashtag on twitter appears to have gained steam. If you can't remember the whole thing just look for the #modernagate hashtag and you should find the other one #CTCCTCGGCGGGCACGTAG

dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1… A quick recap because there are so many people on this platform covering for Moderna...

This is the GenBank entry in the patent database
Note the main author - S. Bancel (CEO of Moderna) who just said his "experts" are "looking into it" 🤔 Image
Feb 23, 2022 15 tweets 5 min read
For those following #covid19 corruption remember that Zerohedge broke the story of Pradhan's paper that showed manipulated Gp120 (HIV) inserts in the virus.

Then they were removed from the internet with Pradhan.

Who was responsible and how? Step up Trevor Bedford, from the Fred Hutch Institute. The Fred Hutch are nominally a cancer research institute but suddenly developed a taste for viruses very recently.

They are the biggest recipient of funding from the NIH, who also fund Moderna. Image
Feb 20, 2022 11 tweets 7 min read
BREAKING: A freedom of information request to the TGA (Australian version of the FDA) just released confirms that they had no idea how to assess an mRNA therapy product.

This is damning.

@Kevin_McKernan @SenatorRennick @Double_Christ Image For context I will be posting the #jikkyleaks threads in this thread.

It's a thread of threads, but they all show that the process of approval was not fit for purpose.

Yet nobody said anything. They just took the fee and rubber stamped the approval

Feb 8, 2022 14 tweets 7 min read

60 days. SIXTY DAYS. And that was when they stopped looking...

That is how long these researchers were still detecting *mRNA* in lymph nodes.

Whoever told you "it degrades in hours to days" lied, because they didn't have that information.

Now we do. Image I can't emphasise enough the importance of this.

You have mRNA producing spike protein (known to block p53-related tumour suppression at the nuclear level) for MONTHS after the treatment.

With NO off switch.
@fynn_fan @richardursomd @P_McCulloughMD

Feb 7, 2022 11 tweets 7 min read

Ed Holmes, who has just received a Congressional letter warning him to retain documents has been running cover for Peter Daszak & EcoHealth who covered up the origins of #SARSCOV2

And look who was helping him

Peter Doherty, Michael Worobey and Dominic Dwyer ImageImage This is the document referred to but is just one of many puff pieces for the "Bat-Pangolin orgy" theory espoused by Daszak and his minions.

It's a horror show of propaganda
Feb 6, 2022 8 tweets 4 min read
From the Renz DOD data set... confronting data with more to come.

All health authorities will have data on pulmonary embolism rates for 2021 and should have raised the alarm.

But they haven't.

This is more than 10 standard deviations.
"Never event" level. Image The DoD data is robust because the populations are stable and a stable proportion of medical events are recorded in their EMRs.

Defense doctors are the first port of call for defense personnel. Image
Feb 2, 2022 6 tweets 2 min read
The #stopcodon issue is not going to magically go away.

BioNtech included TWO stop codons.
Moderna put in THREE.

They knew about read-through. I can't see any other explanation.

@Kevin_McKernan @Clucky92864053 Here is a discussion about it from a year ago, but it doesn't explain why Moderna put THREE (different) stop codons in this sequence.

Only the possibility of read-through does. That means they knew there was a risk of the ribosome translating the untranslated region.