Comes as corporations quickly move to introduce “edible vaccines” into the food supply through gene-edited plants and livestock.
“Concerns about surreptitious insertion of mRNA into food are valid!” says cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough.
Communist China successfully “immunized” mice with cow’s milk loaded with experimental mRNA product similar to that found in the COVID jab.
And soon, that method could considered for use in America’s food supply.
Chinese scientists managed to create an oral vaccine for SARS-CoV-2 using “mRNA bovine milk-derived exosomes” that program the body to elicit an immune response when exposed to spike protein, according to their study.
“These results indicated that bovine milk-derived exosome-based mRNA vaccine could serve as a new strategy for preventing SARS-CoV-2 infection. Meanwhile, it also can work as a new oral delivery system for mRNA,” the study stated.
Unfortunately, this nascent technology already has the potential to be introduced into the U.S. dairy supply because there is no law requiring informed consent of vaccines in the food supply.
For example, a Missouri bill that aims to require the disclosure of genetically modified organisms and even medicines in the food is being opposed by lobbying groups like the Missouri Cattleman’s Association, according to lawyer Thomas Renz.
“The Missouri Cattlemen’s Association is 100% opposed to Missouri HB1169. If they aren’t putting gene altering drugs in the cows why do they oppose the bill? The fact is that they are and will be doing more,” Renz tweeted Wednesday.
Corporations are already moving to introduce edible vaccines through gene-edited plants and livestock, and lobbyists for the Cattleman and Pork Associations are pressuring American farmers to inject their livestock with the experimental mRNA COVID vaccine this month.
Cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough said the Chinese study confirms that “concerns about surreptitious insertion of mRNA into food are valid!”
Watch this mind-blowing report breaking down the critical issue of elites pushing edible vaccines: