Larry A. Law
USDA License Approval RIddled with Holes
The data used to justify licensure of Sequivity's vaccine is extremely weak. It includes data only for influenza, even though Merck is advertising vaccines for four other pathogens under the Sequivity line. Reading Canada's Environmental Assessment makes it crystal clear that all their safety claims are all theoretically based—there is no actual trial data to show it works in the way they say it will. This gives them carte blanche cover to administer the vaccine with no performance standards to meet. This leaves the door wide open with no one checking on vaccine effectiveness and safety.
The vaccine industry has known all along that "mRNA vaccines" can never block infection—they're leaky. All the way until October 2021, the United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC) defined a vaccine as "a product that stimulates a person's immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, protecting the person from that disease." Suddenly, the definition changed to "a preparation that is used to stimulate the body's immune response." That's a big difference. So, a vaccine went from being something that produces protective immunity, to simply stimulating an immune response. I can prick my finger with a needle and stimulate an immune response! This explains why the mRNA COVID shots were not tested to see if they prevented infection because they already had the answer, having used mRNA vaccines in animals for a couple of years already.
On the Licensed Veterinary Biological Product Information page (February 2023), the USDA even admits that veterinary vaccines "may be considered effective without producing 100% protection against disease. Many products instead reduce the severity of the disease." What that really means is the veterinary side has apparently accepted leaky vaccines as the new norm. This is extremely dangerous because vaccines that don't effectively block infection drive mutations. Leaky vaccines were always considered problematic for this reason. But if you are the pharmaceutical company who is cooking up customized mRNA shots in mere weeks to administer for the latest mutation caused by the previous vaccine, then this is a win-win strategy. Leaky vaccines cause and speed up mutations. So, we will be eating animals that still have the disease the vaccine can't block plus tens or hundreds more in mutated infections the customized vaccine still can't block. We are going to get sicker and sicker as a society!
Should You Eat mRNA-jabbed Meat?
Health authorities insist the shots are safe. Older, normal, routine vaccines were administered at specific times to ensure there was no residue left in the meat. When using the mRNA platform, however, there is no time limit. Even though the jab is administered in the hindquarter of the animal just as all previous shots were, we know that mRNA does not stay at the injection site. It travels throughout the body. If veterinary mRNA shots are anything like the COVID jab, we are in big trouble. Jessica Rose, a postdoctoral researcher in biology, reported on Substack (a great site for finding science articles censored by mainstream media) that Pfizer's and Moderna's COVID jabs were grossly contaminated. Both were found to contain 20% to 35% expression vectors—double-stranded DNAs used in the manufacturing of mRNA and they are transformation-competent in E. coli. "Take home message: The left-over expression vectors used to manufacture the mRNAs are at contamination levels 100-fold higher than originally proposed and imply trillions of DNA molecules per dose. This has implications for integration into our genome."
Big Pharma Paid Accomplice
Dr. Kevin Folt is a University of Florida professor and longtime advocate for bioengineering (GMOs). He was caught lying about his financial ties to Monsanto and the safety of glyphosate (proven to cause cancer) in 2015. He is now advocating for mRNA shots in livestock claiming that all mRNA is temporary, broken down rapidly, and so it won't be a problem in Porky Pig vaccine jabs. He understands, but fails to mention, that the trouble is synthetic, lab-created mRNA is nothing like nature's mRNA. Synthetic mRNA persists for over 8 months in the body because it is designed to prevent rapid breakdown and is further stabilized in a lipid nanoparticle. Pfizer's own research has conclusively proven that the mRNA spreads throughout the body and does not stay only in the cells around the injection site. So, anything you read from Dr. Folt can go in the trashcan along with anything from Dr. Fauci.
Missouri—the Show Me! State
True to its motto, Missouri is taking on the food safety issue in a proposed House Bill 1169 designed to require labeling of products that can alter your genes. It also asserts that fully informed consent must be given for all vaccines, gene therapies and medical interventions, and would require companies to share information about the potential transmissibility of gene-altering interventions. Pushback from the industry is enormous. But if Missouri manages to pass the bill, this could help protect the food supply of the entire United States. We can only hope other states will catch the vision too. In the meantime, check with your local pork producer and ensure they are not using Sequivity's mRNA vaccine before you have that BBQ pork sandwich.