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Dr. McCullough - mRNA Is Transferring From Vaccinated To The Unvaccinated And Seems To Be Permanent

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posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 08:46 AM
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originally posted by: quintessentone
a reply to: v1rtu0s0

The doctor's expertise is in cardiology so do the top immunologists and geneticists agree with this?


He didn’t publish the papers. He cited them, a common theme in the misinformation age is to attack the person and not the information.

Do you disagree with the findings from the studies he mentions ? Or do you disagree with him because some intern at Twitter with no medical background at all suspended his account?



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 09:00 AM
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originally posted by: TheRedneck
a reply to: Ophiuchus1


Wow…..the thought of poor aim, or possibly inexperienced shot givers…

That's my belief until more data comes out. It would explain the rarity of adverse effects... even if not aspirated, the chances of hitting a decent-sized blood vessel are small. Personally, I think the vaccine should be restricted to being administered by MDs only, and the requirement for aspiration should be taught and printed in big letters across the box.

But, that would cut into CVS and Walmart pharmacies' profit margin.

Here's what scares me: let's take best case. You go for a shot and get a nurse who listens to you when you ask her to aspirate the site and even agrees to do so. She injects the needle, then forgets to aspirate. What can you do? The vaccine is there; it cannot be removed and tried again. Now you are playing the lottery... did she hit a blood vessel?

That shot can be injected before the patient can even yell "Stop! You forgot to aspirate!"

TheRedneck


The adverse reactions are anything but rare. Seems you’ve falling victim to the narrative to a degree.



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 09:04 AM
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originally posted by: xuenchen
Well at that rate, everybody should be vaxxed automatically eventually !!

And this could mean the deaths "tabulated" as "unvaxxed" are actually vaxxed !! 😎


It's reverse psychology to get everyone vaccinated.

"I may as well get vaccinated since it's going to rub off to me anyway somehow!"

Don't fall for it.

STAY CLEAR OF THE JAB.



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 09:51 AM
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originally posted by: Xtrozero
a reply to: marg6043

So someone like you list all this and I know of no one with any issues at all, kind of strange. I know of no one at my company too that took any time off from the side effects of the vaccine or had issues later on. Not sure how to compare the two...

I wonder if you can determine which of the batches were used at your different locations, then look them up to see if that lines up...



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 10:20 AM
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a reply to: v1rtu0s0

DING, DING, DING.

Ladies and gentleman, we have a winner. The aware for "Did not do their research before posting a source" goes to the OP

For those not in the know McCullough is one of the most prominent members of AAPS. You remember them, the Vaccines Cause Autism bridge.

He's simply not credible due to the sheer number of crazy things he's said. Who remembers his trainwreck interview with Joe Rogan where he made so many absolutely basic mistakes that's it's clear he did absolutly no research on the topic. Link

He also clearly didn't read the OP's link, as the paper doesn't say that the vax can reverse transcribe itself, as they applied it directly, not in the form that is injected into actual people.



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 10:22 AM
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a reply to: macaronicaesar



common theme in the misinformation age is to attack the person and not the information.


But surely that' exactly what you do every time you say that the information given by the government or on the MSM can't be trusted?

You're denouncing the source, not the content.



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 10:23 AM
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a reply to: v1rtu0s0




They also have a patent from 2016 that matches a 19 nucleotide sequence from coronavirus for which exists no where else in nature.


Source, please.



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 10:26 AM
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originally posted by: quintessentone
a reply to: v1rtu0s0

I opened the paper and right at the top right hand corner, in bold letters, is HYPOTHESIS. So, with that I'll wait for more actual studies to be performed that may or may not prove this hypothesis as fact or fiction.


Yeah yeah, hypothesis with a lot of anecdotal evidence to be true. Baby dies of bloodclots after being breastfed hours after his mom got the jab. Other similar stories. "Oh let's do a study". Pfftt..... guess what? No one is going to do a study. So if you can't put together 2 + 2 yourself and do some researching, you're stuck waiting for "the professionals" to tell you the truth, and they never actually will. Thus you can hide in your "It's not true 'cause mainstream never said it" forever if you like.



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 10:43 AM
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a reply to: Kenzo


The industry is more like organised crime , than honest science .

I'm not going to disagree with that. However my point stands: if we refuse to listen to science, we have nothing left to determine truth.

TheRedneck



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 10:45 AM
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originally posted by: thebtheb

originally posted by: quintessentone
a reply to: v1rtu0s0

I opened the paper and right at the top right hand corner, in bold letters, is HYPOTHESIS. So, with that I'll wait for more actual studies to be performed that may or may not prove this hypothesis as fact or fiction.


Yeah yeah, hypothesis with a lot of anecdotal evidence to be true. Baby dies of bloodclots after being breastfed hours after his mom got the jab. Other similar stories. "Oh let's do a study". Pfftt..... guess what? No one is going to do a study. So if you can't put together 2 + 2 yourself and do some researching, you're stuck waiting for "the professionals" to tell you the truth, and they never actually will. Thus you can hide in your "It's not true 'cause mainstream never said it" forever if you like.



It also depends on the professionals. Anyone who is a prestigious doctor or scientist who questions the narrative is all of a sudden labeled a misinformation spreader by big pharma funded fact checkers. After decades of excellence and awards, publishing a massive number of studies in their field, pioneering new techniques, making discoveries.


Then they question the vaccine and all of that disappears and they are an evil conspiracy theorist quack who always killed all there patients. Gee I'm sure threatening big pharmas newly acquired 100 billion dollars has nothing to do with it. I'm sure they are just all wrong and evil and big pharma doesn't have a history of all this corrupt sh#.


Yeah I'm sure that's what it is.



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 10:50 AM
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originally posted by: AaarghZombies
a reply to: v1rtu0s0

DING, DING, DING.

Ladies and gentleman, we have a winner. The aware for "Did not do their research before posting a source" goes to the OP

For those not in the know McCullough is one of the most prominent members of AAPS. You remember them, the Vaccines Cause Autism bridge.

He's simply not credible due to the sheer number of crazy things he's said. Who remembers his trainwreck interview with Joe Rogan where he made so many absolutely basic mistakes that's it's clear he did absolutly no research on the topic. Link

He also clearly didn't read the OP's link, as the paper doesn't say that the vax can reverse transcribe itself, as they applied it directly, not in the form that is injected into actual people.


So Dr McCullough is not credible and obviously a conspiracy theorist according to you but a random keyboard warrior who has all his answers in his signature is much more credible?
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posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 10:51 AM
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originally posted by: AaarghZombies
a reply to: macaronicaesar



common theme in the misinformation age is to attack the person and not the information.


But surely that' exactly what you do every time you say that the information given by the government or on the MSM can't be trusted?

You're denouncing the source, not the content.


It's very difficult to trust the MSM. That's a common perception given the lies, half-truths, propaganda and disinformation they have propagated the last three years.



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 10:54 AM
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originally posted by: TheRedneck

There is also the possibility that people administering the injections near you aspirated as a matter of course. Maybe others in other areas did not.



I have lifted weights my whole life too, so I have rather big arms and shoulders, so lots of meat there.

Both of my boys had to get vaccinated to go back to college. One is 19 and the other is 22, and my oldest already had COVID early, but still no logical reason in why young people needed it in the first place especially when they already had the virus. Colleges/schools jump right on that WOKE wagon and are still on it. I have said from day one that I personally feel anyone healthy under 45 really didn't need it. If you are past 60 and/or have health issues you better get it though, so I'm on the fence as to the good/bad of it all.



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 10:56 AM
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a reply to: macaronicaesar


The adverse reactions are anything but rare.

That is simply not true, and it is a misrepresentation of my statement. I mentioned the "rarity of adverse effects"; I did not state "adverse effects are rare." In the case of adverse effects of the vaccine, I repeat that no one I know personally has had any adverse effects, even though almost all are vaccinated.

If the adverse effects were "common," I would personally know of several people adversely affected.

I am regularly amazed when I begin a journey of discovery and am agreeing with the side that is considered "conspiratorial," but then that side shifts so far away from reality they also begin to attack me. Let me be clear: I am convinced there is a danger with the vaccines, but I will not accept arms becoming magnetic, people turning into unicorns, or people exploding spontaneously due to a vaccination. I will remain in the realm of reality; if that means we diverge positions, so be it.

TheRedneck



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 11:05 AM
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originally posted by: v1rtu0s0

***DISCLAIMER*** Do note that "fact checkers" swarm on any article that challenges the narrative, such as Reuters, whose CEO is also a Pfizer board member, and the same fact checkers where no one is a doctor or even has a degree in science. They will tell you the worlds #1 published cardiologist is wrong. They are paid to do so, by big pharma. Do your own research and don't rely only on "fact checkers."



So, I am well aware that there are many conflicts of interest between many media orgs and the government and private sectors.

That said, I decided to do my own research and see if the CEO of Reuters is indeed a Pfizer board member, because that is something I would certainly like to make people aware of if it were true.

Reuters website says their President and CEO is a guy named Steve Hasker.

He isn't listed on Pfizer's website as being either an executive or a board member.

So just curious what your source is on that claim because if it's verifiable it's a pretty glaring conflict of interest.



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 11:28 AM
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originally posted by: Maxmars

I don't blame anyone for being angry. Or expressing that anger. Just don't let it own you. There is more to be angry about in the world than any one person can ever embrace. You may as well try to drink the ocean.



I'm the same. Half my team elected to not get vaccinated and I really do not care and respect their decision. I have told v1rtu0s0 that we are more alike than different even though they don't believe that as much as we debate, but the difference between us is as you have said in your post of don't let it own you... The bigger issue has been the mandates and the WOKE push for everyone including those under 18 to get it too, and people have combined that horrendous failure of logic with whether the vaccine is safe or not as one big failure, and we need to keep the two issues separate.

All drugs kill people or have serious side effects. Even the 87mg aspirin kills 4000 people in America every year, a drug that has been around 4000 years now... But, that doesn't mean it is a bad drug as it saves 1000x more lives than it kills, so we have a conundrum of whether one should or should not take any drug. This is where the issue lies in who should take it and who should not. If the Goverment mandated every American to take 87mg everyday for a year we would see most likely a massive spike in death and issues well past the the 4000 norm, and the new deaths above the norm would have been meaningless as they didn't need the aspirin to survive in the first place, and we can apply this to the vaccine or any drug. As example, if we didn't force males under 40 to get the vaccine then there would be zero issues out there of myocarditis in young males who seem to develop it after the vaccine. Now we can dicker between doom porn of millions of young men or a very small number of them, but the fact is still the same if they didn't get the vaccine then there would be none caused by the vaccine.

My son caught COVID at college and it was because they had a COVID party of 10,000 of them passing it around like candy. 10,000 of them all had it like 3 days, 5 days with no smell, so that was weird for them, but after 3 days they were all good. This takes me to public schools in they should have never closed past maybe a month to figure it out, and once we saw that it affected kids even less than a norm flu we needed to go full herd immunity mode and keep the vaccine for the old and high risk as we pushed heard immunity. We would have saved trillions and kept the county sane with the same results in the end.


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posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 11:44 AM
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originally posted by: thedeadtruth

P.S. The "clots" some embalmers claimed to be new, turned out to be nonsense and were composed of fibrin etc.... I have been pulling them out for 40 years. Some people just seemed to be born to be scammed.


But but you are not the 1# world famous Mortician on Bit Chute to say such a thing so we can not believe you! You pharma husker you! //sarcasm off//



I was trying to put the question in a nice way, but you are rather spot on except I don't think any of them are actually lying as much as one may think. I bet most think that what they believe is 100% true and that is because that is how our brains work. They focus on something and they all of a sudden see things they never seen before and say oh that is new even though it has been there forever.

I know 20 people with illnesses from the vaccine!!! Well I bet if that person focused on all illnesses in people they have known 3 years ago they would say the same thing, but then blame it on McD hamburgers or something else while nothing has really changed.

Case in point, I remember when Israel said they found 75 young males with myocarditis after receiving the vaccine and my first question was did they test all males for it before the vaccine? My second question was, did they ever test their whole population of young males before for myocarditis, and in both cases the answer was no... So what does 75 mean in any of this other than as I said that once people focus on something it can look strange and new when it hasn't change at all.



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 12:00 PM
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originally posted by: tanstaafl

I wonder if you can determine which of the batches were used at your different locations, then look them up to see if that lines up...


I got mine from the VA, wife and one kid in Vancouver WA, other one in Idaho, others all over the country, so not sure if one can find a correlation there.



posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 12:10 PM
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originally posted by: Xtrozero

originally posted by: TheRedneck

There is also the possibility that people administering the injections near you aspirated as a matter of course. Maybe others in other areas did not.



I have lifted weights my whole life too, so I have rather big arms and shoulders, so lots of meat there.

Both of my boys had to get vaccinated to go back to college. One is 19 and the other is 22, and my oldest already had COVID early, but still no logical reason in why young people needed it in the first place especially when they already had the virus. Colleges/schools jump right on that WOKE wagon and are still on it. I have said from day one that I personally feel anyone healthy under 45 really didn't need it. If you are past 60 and/or have health issues you better get it though, so I'm on the fence as to the good/bad of it all.


Agree very strongly!

The radical left wing ideology & lunacy has infected Schools and Universities and was in favour of mass and mandatory vaccinations.

If you are ying and healthy there is obviously no need to get vaccinated with untested and potentially hazardous products. Especially when the chances to get sick and die due to Covid are miniscule and especially when natural immunity has occured long before these products came into existence.
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posted on Dec, 3 2022 @ 12:22 PM
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I have lifted weights my whole life too, so I have rather big arms and shoulders, so lots of meat there.

That may make it a little easier to administer the shot, but those big muscles require big blood vessels... the chances of hitting a blood vessel do not drop with muscle size.

I do agree with your assessment. The vaccine appears to be more applicable to the elderly/immunocompromised than to younger, healthy individuals. There are exceptions, however; I have related my experiences directly with this wanna-be "bad news virus," and I'm 61 with a BIG history of heart failure. My wife is almost 60 now and has type II diabetes. We both fought it off without missing a beat... silly little wanna-be chunk of protein.

A friend who was staying with us when the last round hit is several years younger and has no known health issues. He's strong as a horse. It put him down for 4 days and I was about to call him an ambulance. There are just so many variables at play here, as there always is with medical decisions, that the very idea of mandating a vaccine for such a disease should have been laughed off the stage as a bad attempt at a bad joke.

I'm glad the vaccine is available. If it has helped anyone (which is still not really known, although expected and reasonable) I am glad it did. I do not want to make the vaccine illegal under any circumstances. But I do not now nor will I ever agree with mandated vaccinations, be those mandates by law, by employer, or by social pressure.

True justice IMO would be served by anyone who tried to overly pressure others into taking the vaccine against their will being disallowed from providing or accessing any medical services for the rest of their lives. They abused the medical system; they do not deserve to reap the benefits of that which they abused. I'm talking to YOU, Anthony Fauci.

TheRedneck




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