Vaccine development researcher and viral immunologist, Byram Bridle, says, “We made and big mistake” and the news is “scary.”
The spike protein in the vaccine has long been known to be a pathogenic protein — a toxin. It’s presence in the mRNA injections is to “evoke an immune response to the protein, preventing it from infecting cells.” The idea was that the spike protein would remain in the deltoid muscle at the injection site.
This is not the case. A Japanese distribution study shows the spike protein gets into the blood circulation and is responsible for most of the adverse effects.
Stephanie Seneff, a senior research scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, told LifeSiteNews, “the implications are terrifying,”