The CDC LIED: The mRNA Wasn’t Meant to ‘STAY in the Arm’

… After vaccination, the mRNA will enter the muscle cells

… to produce a harmless piece of what is called the spike protein

… After the protein piece is made, our cells break down the mRNA and remove it     [ CDC’s page on Covid-19 vaccines ]

… a recent presentation on mRNA vaccination at the European Parliament

… was posted on Twitter by Virginie Joron, a French member of the parliament

… Türeci’s slide, which tells a very different story than that which the CDC has been telling

… the injection site is only the point of departure for a journey that is supposed to take the mRNA rather to the lymph nodes

… The subtitle of the slide is “Bringing mRNA to the right cells at the right places.”

… The deltoid is not the right place; the lymph nodes are

… they had an earlier mRNA construct injected directly into the patient’s lymph nodes in the groin

… such an approach was not likely to obtain wide acceptance as a vaccine

… needed to package the mRNA in lipid nanoparticles

… ensure that mRNA administered by way of an intramuscular injection would, nonetheless, be widely distributed around the body

… thus reach the lymph nodes

… the wide biodistribution of the mRNA that came to light after rollout was never a bug

… It is a feature of BioNTech’s mRNA technology

… Sahin is even said to have wondered, “How substantial could the immune response be if a vaccine got into all lymphatic tissues around the body”    [ The Vaccine, p. 105 ]

… why has the CDC been lying about this for the last two years and insisting that the mRNA “stays in the arm?”

… the mRNA staying at the injection site is reassuring, since otherwise we could fear systemic adverse effects

… of precisely the sort that have emerged since rollout

… BioNTech simply skipped the so-called safety pharmacology studies whose purpose is precisely to test a candidate vaccine for potential systemic adverse effects – and regulators, including the FDA, let the company do it


                CDC’s page on Covid-19 vaccines