To this day, despite a growing body of evidence to the contrary, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) emphatically states on its “Myths and Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines” webpage that Americans who ponder whether “COVID-19 vaccines can alter my DNA” are falling prey to a “myth.” The CDC goes on to add as a “fact” that “COVID-19 vaccines do not change or interact with your DNA in any way.” Yet, thanks to an accidental discovery by scientist Kevin McKernan after using random Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 bivalent vaccines to act as what he thought would be pure mRNA controls while trying to sort out a sequencing problem, the COVID jabs don’t contain pure mRNA. A shocked McKernan, who went into “panic mode” following his deep sequencing finding, explained:
“They actually had a lot of DNA in the background.”
Screenshot / CDC / Myths and Facts about COVID-19 vaccines[/caption]
Yes, you read that right. McKernan’s discovery suggests that the “safe and effective” and heavily mandated COVID-19 vaccines—which aren’t vaccines at all, even though they are referred to as such—are contaminated from the get-go with DNA. As pointed out in a terrific Brownstone Institute article, McKernan’s discovery calls into question the notion that reverse transcription of the mRNA is a possible route for mRNA to convert to DNA and instead creates a whole new problem with profound implications and unknown outcomes for every man, woman, and child injected with the experimental product. Indeed, McKernan’s discovery suggests the gene-damaging COVID injections, tainted with DNA, encode the spike protein and are likely capable of inserting into an organism’s genome. Reporting about this disturbing situation, Brownstone Institute’s Julie Sladden and Julian Gillespie, a doctor, and a lawyer, respectively, wrote:
“The question is, does this DNA have the potential to become part of the genome of a human organism, and if so, what might be the consequences? This would have required looking at ‘genotoxicity,’ something Australia’s TGA says the (Pfizer) injections were not tested for, and the TGA did not ask for.
In case you are wondering, there are strict guidelines about DNA contamination levels in mRNA products. The European Medicines Agency (EMA) and FDA stated limits are 330 nanograms of DNA per milligram of RNA. In Australia, the TGA says it should be no more than ten nanograms per dose.”
There is a provably false community note @CommunityNotes in circulation regarding the Brownstone Institute article on DNA contamination.
Here is the table from the EMA document.
10 vials tested. 1-815ng/mg of dsDNA/RNA contamination.
The EMA does not view this as acceptable. pic.twitter.com/vk2YR1yoBR
— Kevin McKernan (@Kevin_McKernan) May 30, 2023
And if that’s not bad enough, the news about the discovery of DNA contamination in the COVID-19 jabs gets worse. According to Dr. Jessica Rose, as experts follow up on McKernan’s work (you can read here, here, and here), more in-depth inquiries reveal that the presence of DNA in the shots is “worse than originally thought.” Rose highlighted the Biden administration’s “pinky-finger promise” that integration of the fraud-ridden jab into our genome was flat-out impossible, clarifying that the bottom-line message—after threatening and firing those Americans who refused to get jabbed—is frightening, explaining:
“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.”
As researchers, including the brilliant Rose, expand on Kevin McKernan’s important work (which used a technique called RNA-seq and uncovered unacceptably high levels of kanamycin/neomycin/spike-containing expression plasmids), they found that as part of the RNA-seq process, an additive called actinomycin D (Furious D) is used which can suppress DNA amplification. This discovery means there might be even more DNA than initially thought. To circumvent the potential issue with actinomycin D, they used quantitative PCR (qPCR) and gel visualization (electrophoresis) to understand the level of DNA contamination better.
Rose explained they removed the mRNA from the Pfizer and Moderna samples altogether, purified the existing DNA, and used it in follow-up assays to answer questions around whether or not the DNA contaminating the samples were circular (which are replication-competent) or linear (which are not). Rose, who remarked that the fact they are finding plasmid E-coli colonies that are replication-competent (whatever form they take) growing even in lab E.coli (as explained below) is troubling, explained:
“This was a very important issue to address since the knee-jerk reaction to their original findings was that the DNA was linear(ized) and thus not replication competent. So, no problem! But, even if we are looking at linear plasmids (as opposed to circular), and even though the former might not be replication-competent (or less than their circular mates), Kevin’s team’s previous estimate of billions of potentially contaminating DNA molecules is still super concerning. Why? Because the linearization reactions are likely not 100% efficient. For example, if the reactions are 99% efficient, there would still potentially be millions of replication-competent plasmids present. Can you see the problem?
Indeed, there certainly appears to be a massive problem. According to Rose, using Pfizer and Moderna samples, the “brilliant labbies” got rid of the modified mRNA, took out the DNA (which shouldn’t be there in the first place), and then tried to transform E. coli bacteria using this DNA. Rose previously discussed this process, which is explained in the video below.
Presenting an in-depth analysis and explanation of what experts are finding out, Rose remarked that the original source of DNA contamination is likely at the in vitro transcription step of production of mRNA, whereby residual plasmid DNA might be left behind in Moderna and Pfizer mRNAs. The screenshot below illustrates where and how this could occur.
Screenshot / Anandamide Substack[/caption]
Moreover, McKernan noted that the presence of E. coli-based plasmids is “a canary for Lipopolysaccharide (LPS or endotoxin) contamination.” He added that whenever you see high levels of plasmid contamination derived from gram-negative bacteria like E.coli, you should expect high levels of endotoxin contamination. Furthermore, injecting endotoxin can lead to anaphylaxis and toxic shock syndrome.
While the discovery of DNA contamination in mRNA jabs is decidedly unacceptable (along with prior confirmation that the mRNA spike and LNPs invade the entire body), Rose remarked that the “most alarming” aspect of what further investigation has uncovered is “evidence that the poly-A tails are added after mRNA synthesis.” Elaborating on why the poly-A tails are horrifying, Rose explained that, theoretically, they could be added to anything, including truncated mRNAs, with no idea of the physiological effects. With further critical review paramount, Rose summarized what many no doubt are thinking surrounding the disastrous COVID-19 gene-damaging injection campaign:
“The real-life health problems that millions of humans are experiencing following being coerced (in the majority of cases) into being injected with this garbage are plentiful and wide-ranging. It is more than likely that these adverse effects are the direct result of the contamination illuminated by Kevin and his team. And by the way, the techniques that Kevin used to reach these conclusions are very common, and furthermore, no great cost or expertise are required to use them.
Take home message: Why were these basic assays/procedures not done/carried out prior to injecting billions of people? Or at least, somewhere along the way? Why were my colleagues being threatened for sequencing the crap in the Pfizer and Moderna vials?
I think the answer is very clear: they were afraid of what would be found. Not just as per the sequences themselves (i.e., furin-cleavage, HIV, and cutting sites), but as per contamination arising in the production of the mRNA used in every shot.”