- Oct 16, 2017
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Very funny how the point was that Thalidomide was NOT FDA approved (until recently and not for pregnant women). The link I provided backs that up, unlike all that crazy stuff you just asserted without any backing.Good point that Thalidomide was FDA approved.
There is mRNA technology in these so called vaccines, but there is no way a vaccination could get messenger RNA into any cells and have it start producing protein spikes inside of a human. Nor would we ever want that, since there would be no way to then control production rates or safety.
Obviously where the messenger RNA is actually used is in a factory, where huge stem cells can be injected with a micro syringe.
Then when these factory stem cells produce spike proteins, they are harvested and put into vaccines in quantifiable amounts.
While CDC and other medical sites do say the mRNA is in the vaccination and not just spike proteins, everyone should easily understand that is just wrong.
They intentionally garbled the explanation because they did not want to admit stem cells are being used, because stem cells came from abortions.