Dr Byram Bridle, Professor of Viral Immunology, talks about what the assumptions were for the vaccine and what the realities are given the inoculation distribution data.
Researchers assumed the spike protein being used as an antigen would remain in the deltoid muscle tissue, but we now know the spike protein itself is a toxin and it circulates widely throughout the body. It even passes through breast milk and explains why some nursing infants have bleeding in their intestines. The protein accumulates in the spleen, liver, blood vessels, heart, ovaries, and crosses the blood brain barrier to cause nervous system disorders. The long term effects are not known, but is an area of great concern.