“Adulterated” COVID-19 Vaccines Should be Pulled from the Market
Drs. Robert Malone, Ryan Cole, and author Naomi Wolf tell a crowd at the Summit for Truth and Wellness in Rochester, New York that the shots contain DNA fragments and other hazards known and unknown.
New findings of DNA in 27 vials of Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines constitute a legitimate, indeed urgent, reason to pull the mRNA products from the market, experts on Covid vaccine science agreed in public comments at the Summit for Truth & Wellness conference Saturday, October 21 in Rochester, N.Y.
The presence of DNA fragments in the mRNA injections raises the unsettling prospect that a foreign genetic material, derived from E. coli, will enter and influence vaccinee cells in unpredictable and harmful ways. While the possible repercussions are unclear, such vaccine “adulteration” is itself an extraordinary breach of the manufacturers’ duty to report all components of vaccines for regulatory review, said members of an expert panel at the conference.
“There are grounds for immediate pulling of the product,” Dr. Robert Malone, a virologist who worked in mRNA vaccination development, told a packed house of about 850 attendees. “Adulteration has always been one of the key parameters that would result in withdrawal of a product from the market.”
The DNA revelations were posted in April on a pre-print server in Canada. On October 19, Health Canada confirmed what five researchers had found in every one of the tested vaccines—the presence of previously undisclosed sequences of DNA. In an email to Epoch Times, Health Canada, the equivalent agency to the CDC, acknowledged that “the sponsor [Pfizer] did not specifically identify the SV40 sequence” in preapproval documents. SV40 stands for Simian Virus 40, from which a DNA molecule was derived for use in Pfizer’s manufacturing process.
FDA did not immediately respond to my request for comment. The agency did not directly address the DNA question from journalist Mary Ann DeMasi, after her September interview with Phillip Buckhaults, a cancer genomics professor at the University of South Carolina who independently replicated the findings. Instead, the agency assured her, “FDA is confident in the quality, safety, and effectiveness of these vaccines.”
The conference speakers, already universally concerned about deaths, myocarditis, blood clots, fertility issues, and other post-vaccine events, detailed their concerns about the findings’ implications.
Dr. Ryan Cole, an Idaho pathologist who early in the rollout spoke out on observed upticks in cancers, was troubled by this injected genetic material. “It can permanently camp out,” he said. “These little circles of DNA can stay within the nucleus. Every time that cell divides…it’s a problem. They’re adulterated. They’re contaminated.”
He said every state’s Attorney General, who bears responsibility for product safety, should be asked why they would allow a vaccine that is contaminated and “has unknown short-, medium- and long-term side effects.”
DNA sequences were found in both Moderna and Pfizer vaccine products in amounts that are of concern, especially for people who receive multiple vaccinations. The Pfizer vaccine raises particular questions since the SV40 DNA sequence was added belatedly in order to facilitate the production of large amounts of DNA that in turn produce the RNA used in the vaccine. It was not disclosed to regulators, speakers said.
Pfizer’s initial vaccine trial, Cole and others said, involved 40,000 people who were given an mRNA vaccine manufactured in the original “process one.” When it proved cumbersome and impractical, the process was revised and the SV40-derived plasmid—a circular DNA molecule—was inserted. With that undisclosed change in the manufacturing process “comes a different risk,” Kevin McKernan, an author of the DNA study and former research manager for MIT’s Human Genome Project, said in a World Council for Health roundtable on October 16.
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