In the not-too-distant future, Americans may consume meals containing genetically modified plants or other food products that create and deliver mRNA vaccines into our bodies. For years, hard-earned taxpayer dollars have funded research to slink contaminated vaccine-like products into our meals, yet, as Rep. Thomas Massie pointed out last September, “It’s dangerous to play God with our food.” Indeed, it is, especially following the massive failure of the experimental gene-damaging mRNA jabs experiment implemented as a means to end the questionable pandemic.

On September 27, 2023—in a speech about government funding to tinker with wholesome foods—Massie (R-KY 4th District) asked the U.S. House of Representatives to bar the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from funding transgenic edible vaccines. In 2013, a Springer Nature study titled “Edible Vaccines,” published by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), defined the concoctions as:

“In recent years, edible vaccines emerged as a new concept developed by biotechnologists. Edible vaccines are subunit vaccines where the selected genes are introduced into the plants and the transgenic plant is then induced to manufacture the encoded protein. Foods under such application include potato, banana, lettuce, corn, soybean, rice, and legumes.”

Parallel to the deadly mRNA COVID-19 shots developed for a decade by the U.S. government, these transgenic edible vaccines—also years in the making—undoubtedly need a large-scale experiment to discover how their gene-damaging foods will modify and affect people. No big deal; except, like the mass mRNA jab campaign, testing mRNA vaccines in foods sounds like an evil science project joke. But it is not a joke, and Rep. Massie sees the writing on the wall if funding for edible vaccines moves forward. Speaking of the failures and crossover disasters resulting from this dangerous technology, which is already being used on livestock feed, Massie remarked in his speech:

“I don’t think the American people should be funding this. And I think—and I would hope—that we’ve learned something from the COVID experience with SARS-CoV-2, that some of our science projects aren’t the best ideas.

Do we want humans eating vaccines that were grown in corn meant to stop pigs from getting diarrhea? I don’t think we want that to happen. Yet that almost happened, and it could happen. There’s another case where the pollen cross-contaminated another crop of corn, and 155 acres of corn had to be burned. What are the cases where we’re not discovering this? I think it’s dangerous to play God with our food.”

Along with Massie’s concerns, lawmakers in Tennessee recently stated they want to implement rules that prevent vaccines from possibly being put in fruits and vegetables. Representative Scott Cepicky crafted what he calls a consumer protection bill to ensure that families know whether they’re picking up a tomato, apple, and so on, with a vaccine in it or not, in the event vaccines are admitted into our foods. Cepicky remarked that while there are no vaccines in foods when you go grocery shopping right now, it could happen since California researchers—also referenced by Rep. Massie—have “perfected putting vaccines into certain foods.”

The always-present fact-checker Health Feedback quickly jumped on Cepicky’s remarks, insisting that the “technology for producing edible vaccines isn’t ready to use.” Thanks for the quick fact-checking, Health Feedback, but should society trust your organization to determine what is and isn’t “fake news”? After all, Health Feedback—a “worldwide network of scientists sorting fact from fiction in health and medical media coverage” whose goal is to “help readers know which news to trust”— is a member of the World Health Organization (WHO)-led project called Vaccine Safety Net (VSN). Oddly, despite the dominating presence of the COVID vaccines, VSN is currently under construction and thus, offline. Convenient time to be offline during the most damaging and deadly vaccine mishap in human history.

Besides being a WHO partner, Health Feedback is funded by the likes of Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta, TikTok, Poynter Institute’s International Fact-Checking Network, the University of California Merced, and Google News Initiative. When responding further to Cepicky’s concerns about edible vaccines, Health Feedback went to great lengths to soft-pedal what lies ahead for the future of foods, noting that “While research on edible vaccines shows promise, the technology needs further development,” adding, “For example, researchers need to standardize the dosage and scale up production before being able to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the candidates in large-scale clinical trials.”

Indeed, large-scale clinical trials are needed for edible vaccines! Eureka, we know from recent experience what that means—experiment on humanity under the guise of a health crisis. Health Feedback stated that grocery vegetables currently don’t contain vaccines. Moreover, the group insists that the natural food gene altered concoctions under development for years—the NIH alone has 1118 entries for “transgenic edible vaccines”—have not been authorized by regulatory agencies in any country. OK, but with that much research and, as noted below, funding, there is little doubt they’re right around the corner. Regardless, Health Feedback added:

“Even if edible vaccines become a reality, they would be subject to drug regulations and therefore unlikely to be distributed in supermarkets and grocery stores.”

Hmm, so how would they be distributed? Perhaps Biden’s “Food is Medicine” campaign will be the vessel for the Eat Your Vaccines plan. On January 31, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) hosted its first-ever Food is Medicine summit in Washington, D.C., described as an all-day summit for stakeholders at the intersection between food and health. No doubt—nutritious food is powerful, but it’s difficult not to sense there’s more here. Thanks to an appropriation in fiscal year 2023, HHS and the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Health (OASH) are currently developing the first federal tool kit and implementation guidance, as well as other federal resources, to help advance Food is Medicine. It seems a safe bet that somehow, climate change will play a role, too.

Partners in the Food is Medicine endeavor include Instacart, Feeding America, and the Rockefeller Center, which has conveniently been funding research into edible vaccines since at least 1998. With over two decades of research, it seems inevitable that edible vaccines will become a part of the lives of anyone who isn’t paying attention. The broad-reaching Food is Medicine initiative covers the gamut. And while everyone deserves nutritious food, the current government’s version of healthy, “safe and effective,” and even their idea of what is fact is not to be trusted. It is heartbreaking to think of what groups could be exploited through the Food is Medicine campaign.

One such group is the nation’s elderly—a group that was blatantly ignored, mistreated, and left to die during COVID-19. Well, guess what? Through “medically tailored meals” crafted through his Food is Medicine campaign, Biden and his cohorts have plans to address older participants with health conditions that require specific diets, such as heart disease, diabetes, and HIV” by providing programs that plan and prepare meals to “expand their reach and help those in need stay healthy.” The programs will work together with HHS to support, scale, and study food as medicine interventions.

It would be fantastic if no motivation existed to be suspicious of the government’s evolving scheme to declare that Food is Medicine. American taxpayers are clearly funding an enormous amount of research into the endeavor. Nevertheless, we see how years of mRNA research played out to treat a hyped-up disease that was of little threat to many, with humanity as the collective guinea pig. It seems inevitable that even if not on grocery store shelves, the deep state driving the push to destroy our health will find a way to test their edible vaccine plan. Food is Medicine might be their clandestine landing page. Time will tell.

In the meantime, God Bless true Americans like Thomas Massie, who cares enough about the lives of we, the people, to speak up and voice his concerns on the progression of mRNA technology to include transgenic edible vaccines. Massie ended speech last September warning:

“I think we need a safe food supply. And this is about food safety. Ultimately, the people in this country need to know what’s in their food. And if we start contaminating the DNA of our food with DNA from other animals or viruses, the pollen could spread, and we don’t know what could happen. And I would hope we’ve learned a lesson from the Wuhan lab that sometimes things escape sometimes things don’t go as you plan and so that’s why I think it’s a bad idea to fund transgenic edible plant vaccine research.”

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Tracy Beanz & Michelle Edwards

Tracy Beanz is an investigative journalist with a focus on corruption. She is known for her unbiased, in-depth coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic. She hosts the Dark to Light podcast, found on all major video and podcasting platforms. She is a bi-weekly guest on the Joe Pags Radio Show, has been on Steve Bannon’s WarRoom and is a frequent guest on Emerald Robinson’s show. Tracy is Editor-in-chief at