Recent research has revealed that in addition to RNA, COVID vaccines also contain DNA fragments, which should not be present and indicate a contamination problem. This discovery has also exposed the proprietary blueprint for RNA production. Microbiologist Kevin McKernan and his team have identified SV40 promoters in the bivalent mRNA COVID vaccines produced by Pfizer and Moderna.
SV40 has long been suspected of causing cancer in humans.
The dangers of SV40
It has been suggested that DNA contaminants could potentially modify the human genome. Furthermore, it has come to light that one of Pfizer’s vials contained an SV40 promoter with a nuclear localization sequence (NLS), which includes a 72 base-pair insertion that intensifies the promoter’s activity and propels the sequence into the cell’s nucleus.
DNA contamination is a warning sign that endotoxin, which causes anaphylaxis when injected, may be present.
The sequencing vector contains a gene that is resistant to cinnamycin, but the impact on human health is still uncertain. In the worst-case scenario, it could lead to antibiotic resistance in the microbiome. In a recent interview on “Good Morning CHD,” microbiologist Kevin McKernan, along with Jessica Rose, who holds a doctorate in computational biology, discussed their discovery of simian virus 40 (SV40) promoters in Pfizer’s and Moderna’s bivalent mRNA COVID shots. SV40 has long been suspected of causing cancer in humans. This information was shared in an abstract posted on OSF Preprints in April 2023.
“Several methods were deployed to assess the nucleic acid composition of four expired vials of the Moderna and Pfizer bivalent mRNA vaccines. Two vials from each vendor were evaluated … Multiple assays support DNA contamination that exceeds the European Medicines Agency (EMA) 330 ng/mg requirement and the FDA’s 10 ng/dose requirements.”
These DNA contaminants are extremely concerning as they have the potential to modify the human genome. As explained by Mr. McKernan, genomic sequencing involves the interpretation of the DNA code, which consists of the letters A, T, C, and G. It is possible to sequence both DNA and RNA using this method.