“Concerns about surreptitious insertion of mRNA into food are valid! Must be stopped!” says Dr. McCullough.
“Zhang and colleagues have demonstrated that a shortened mRNA code of 675 base pairs could be loaded into phospholipid packets called exosomes derived from milk and then using that same milk, be fed to mice. The mice gastrointestinal tract absorbed the exosomes and the mRNA must have made it into the blood stream and lymphatic tissue because antibodies were produced in fed mice against SARS-CoV-2 Spike protein (receptor binding domain).”
In response to such findings, Dr. McCullough had this to say on Twitter:
“Chinese successfully loaded cow’s milk with mRNA, and it was absorbed in the GI tract of recipients. Concerns about surreptitious insertion of mRNA into food are valid! Must be stopped!”
Interestingly, WHO experts have recently revised their COVID-19 vaccine recommendation for healthy teens and children.
“The World Health Organization’s vaccine experts have revised their global Covid-19 vaccination recommendations, and healthy kids and teenagers considered low priority may not need to get a shot,” reported CNN.
“It’s because they don’t need to [vaccinate them]!” exclaimed attorney Tom Renz. “They’re going to sneak it in [your food] and force you to do it that way.”
Missouri HB 1169, a two-page transparency and disclosure bill, is spearheading the way to annul such practices.
Remember, “the voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential,” as established by the Nuremberg Code. So, if a food product has mRNA loaded into it, no one disclosed such details, and you eat or drink it, that is not voluntary or informed consent! And as such, it should be labeled a “gene therapy product” or “potential gene therapy product” — so that you can make a proper, informed decision before putting anything with mRNA into your body.
Missouri HB 1169 seeks to make that happen and more, as explained by attorney Tom Renz in this interview:
1.) “It requires labeling and disclosure of any product that has any gene therapy qualities.”
2.) “It requires that if you have a product on the market that has gene therapy qualities, that anyone can call the company and say, ‘hey, how does this spread? ‘Does it shed? Is it spread through contact — through sexual contact? Or is there a way that this can spread?’ And they have to disclose it.”
3.) “It requires informed consent. And informed consent includes serious events or adverse events of special interest. … And it requires informed consent before you be given anything with the gene therapy or medicinal property.”
Any product that has been created to act as, or exposed to processes that could result in the product potentially acting as, a gene therapy or that could otherwise possibly impact, alter, or introduce genetic material or a genetic change into the user of the product, individuals exposed to the product, or individuals exposed to others who have used the product shall be conspicuously labeled with the words “Potential Gene Therapy Product” unless the product is known to be a gene therapy product.
Reasonable steps shall be taken to ensure the potential purchaser or user of the product is made aware of the presence of this label. If a product is known to be a gene therapy product, the product shall be conspicuously labeled with the words “Gene Therapy Product.” The provisions of this section shall be liberally construed in favor of disclosure of any potential gene therapy product.
So, whether you’re in Missouri, Iowa, the United Kingdom, or Australia, you need to help push HB 1169 across the finish line.
Because as Tom said, if the bill passes in Iowa, “those disclosures and the ability to get that information apply globally.” So, please, share this piece on social media, call your local legislators — ask your representatives why a bill similar to HB 1169 is not being discussed in your neck of the woods.
And please vote on the interactive DailyClout ‘Billcam’ below to show your support or opposition for HB 1169. You can share the bill through social media with just a couple of clicks or tweet it to your local representatives.
So share away — because the more people who know about this issue and the fact that such a bill exists, the less likely Bill Gates, the CCP, and other parties are to get away with surreptitiously sneaking gene therapy into your food.