Larry A. Law
Vaccine proponents claimed that even though the vaccine contained RNA it was not a retrovirus. It did not contain a gene for reverse transcriptase which could write the RNA into our cell's DNA. In addition, since the replication cycle occurred outside the nucleus where our DNA is stored, there did not seem to be any way that vaccine mRNA could affect our DNA. But a May 6, 2021 study by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS) revealed a huge unexpected finding. They found that after SARS-CoV-2 infected human embryonic kidney cells, the virus's RNA was in fact "reverse transcribed" and integrated into the cell's genome. The paper did not study how this was accomplished, since the vaccine virus did not encode reverse transcriptase (the mechanism for reverse writing RNA into DNA).
Integration of Viral RNA Not Random
The researchers who wrote this study hypothesized that there must be some other cellular mechanism behind this process. One possible metabolic process might involve human theta polymerase; this was shown by researchers at Thomas Jefferson University to reverse transcribe cellular RNA into DNA and repair DNA based on RNA sequences. The study demonstrated that SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19 virus) genetic sequences integrated into the host cell's genome with 29% entering the gene exons. Exons are the part of the genome that actually express the proteins and code (or influence) a person's attributes like appearance, weight, immune function, and other bodily conditions. According to the study, this integration of viral RNA was not random and suggested there could be changes in cell structures and function. Researchers discovered DNA fragments around the sequences of viral genes embedded in human chromosomes; this suggested a reverse transcription mechanism like LINE1 (Long Interspersed Nuclear Elements) to transcribe its RNA into DNA and insert it into the chromosome.
Pfizer's mRNA in Human Genes
In February 2022, a study performed at Lund University in Sweden and published in the medical journal Current Issues in Molecular Biology (CIMB), demostrated that six hours after entering human liver cells in vitro (test tube incubation), Pfizer's mRNA vaccine was able to reverse transcribe itself into these cells and affect human genes.
Just Like HIV
Dr. Xiaoxu Sean Lin, an American virologist and former lab director of Walter Reed Institute of Research, VIral Disease Branch said, "This study has challenged the topic that people dare not to touch, that is, whether or not the mRNA vaccines are genotoxic." It appears from these multiple studies that the mRNA virus in the vaccines can reverse transcribe its RNA into DNA. This RNA becomes embedded in the human chromosome just like Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is able to do.
COVID-19 Vaccines Alter Human DNA
Mainstream media and government agencies are loath to report these findings because it means that these fast-tracked, experimental vaccines do alter human DNA, which was something they assured the public would never happen. The medical authorities have needlessly infected people with synthetic, genetically-modified genes which have the potential to cause long-term, serious repercussions to human health. And they did it when safer therapuetics were available that could have treated and mitigated the effects of the COVID-19 virus with minimal harm. The pharmaceutical industry is indemnified and cannot be sued for any harm their vaccines cause. The vaccinated are the unfortunate victims and will be the ones to suffer the brunt of these health ramifications. Who will hold the pharmaceutical industry, Dr. Fauci, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) accountable? Only an informed public has that kind of power.