POOMINA WAGH Says There’s No mRNA in Any COVID-19 ‘Vaccine,’ But Lots of Reduced Graphene Oxide and Heavy Metals

Poornima Wagh, a clinical lab scientist with a (supposed) double PhD in immunology and virology, says SARS-CoV-2 does not exist, and that the COVID-19 “vaccines” don’t contain any mRNA, but rather only reduced graphene oxide and heavy metals.

Writer’s note: Despite Wagh’s position SARS-CoV-2 does not exist, I still lean toward it being a real gain-of-function virus that did make its way through much of the worldwide population (although likely prior to 2020). This—still not entirely firm—belief is based largely on the work that’s been done by The Ethical Skeptic.

UPDATE SEPTEMBER 18, 2022: Independent journalist Eric Coppolino says that Poormina Wagh is a fraud. He says in a Substack Post titled “Charlatan’s Web” that the London School of Tropical Hygiene and Medicine—where Wagh says she earned her double PhD—has no record of Wagh obtaining a degree from the school. He also writes that his “investigators can find no trace of [Wagh’s] doctoral degrees, or [Wagh’s] thesis or dissertation.” He reached out for comment from Wagh, but did not receive a response.

In one of her latest interviews Dr. Lee Merritt—an outspoken critic of the governmental response to COVID-19 and the extraordinarily dangerous COVID-19 “vaccines”—talks with clinical lab scientist and double PhD in immunology and virology Poormina Wagh. The wide-ranging interview covers Wagh’s unique understanding of major scientific concepts, but, most importantly, her view that SARS-CoV-2—the virus that supposedly causes COVID-19—does not exist. As well as her conclusion (after collecting data from 2,300 vials) that the COVID-19 injections contain no mRNA encoding for the spike protein, but only reduced graphene oxide and lots of heavy metals like aluminum.

For those unfamiliar, Wagh has entered the “team reality” zeitgeist due to her professional background, knowledge as a clinical lab scientist, and position that COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, and everything else related to the PHEIC (literally pronounced “FAKE”) 2020 pandemic has been… fake. One interview Wagh did with Regis Tremblay “and friends” has garnered tens of thousands of views, presumably because she “brought the receipts” so to speak; supplying pinpointed sources for—most—of her claims.

In her interview with Dr. Merritt, Wagh recaps the reasons she believes SARS-CoV-2 does not exist. (Nor any other virus, for that matter.) The core of her argument, it seems, is that “[Scientists] do not have the ability to tweak biological [systems]” yet. Wagh notes “It’s not possible. And [scientists have] tried and tried and tried and tried, it doesn’t work that way.”

Image: Mariana Ruiz Villarreal, LadyofHats

Wagh notes, for example, “If you go to a lot of these biotech companies and you’re buying these SARS-CoV-2 [viruses] or whatever, they’re selling these oligonucleotides and… they’re plasmid based. They’re put into a plasmid. But… they’re just fragments,” Wagh says. “It’s not the entire genome of SARS-CoV-2. It’s not the 30 to 40 thousand base-pair genome; it’s like, whatever fragments, and I’m guessing it’s the human fragment because that’s what the PCR test is programmed to do, is find that 40 or 50 base pairs from Wuhan… Whatever that strain was that they originally used.” (Here Wagh refers to the CDC’s PCR test, which did indeed use human cells along with “characterized stocks of in vitro transcribed full length RNA.” See immediately below.)

For reference, as the National Institutes of Health (NIH) notes, a plasmid is a small circular DNA molecule found in bacteria and some other microscopic organisms. Oligonucleotides, as ThermoFisher Scientific notes, “are short single strands of synthetic DNA or RNA that serve as the starting point for many molecular biology and synthetic biology applications… .” (And for those who can’t believe biotech companies ostensibly sell the oligonucleotides of SARS-CoV-2, you’d be wrong.)

Link to CDC document

More to the point, in regards to SARS-CoV-2, Wagh says “The Chinese, I’m sorry if I’m going to sound offensive here, they can’t make a can opener, you think they can weaponize a virus? Are you kidding me? C’mon folks, get a grip here.” Wagh adds that “they made up” SARS-CoV-2 using “computer magic.” Meaning the supposed virus never existed in reality, but only as a bioinformatic sequence on a computer. (Bioinformatics is the collection, classification, storage, and analysis of biochemical and biological information using computers especially as applied to molecular genetics and genomics.)

Indeed, to Wagh’s credit, it should be noted that even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) noted on July 21, 2021 that “Since no quantified virus isolates of the 2019-nCoV were available for CDC use at the time the [SARS-CoV-2 PCR] test was developed and this study conducted, assays designed for detection of the 2019-nCoV RNA were tested with characterized stocks of in vitro transcribed full length RNA… spiked into a diluent consisting of a suspension of human A549 cells and viral transport medium (VTM) to mimic clinical specimen.” Meaning when the CDC created its PCR test for SARS-CoV-2, it did not have an isolated SARS-CoV-2 virus. Instead, it used already existing stocks of viral mRNA to emulate the SARS-CoV-2 genome delivered to the U.S. by China. (Note China uploaded the supposed SARS-CoV-2 genome to genbanka database designed to provide and encourage access within the scientific community to the most up to date and comprehensive DNA sequence information—which was then disseminated around the world for use. China never actually delivered an isolated real-world virus to any country or entity.)

Image: NIH

On top of claiming SARS-CoV-2 does not exist, Wagh also claims that none of the COVID-19 “vaccines” on the market contain the mRNA encoding for the virus’ spike protein. Instead, the clinical lab scientist says that every single “vaccine” available is just some combination of reduced graphene oxidethe oxidized form of graphene, which itself is a one-atom-thick layer of carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal lattice—and various heavy metals like aluminum.

“There’s no mRNA [in the COVID-19 injections], no spike protein coded to the mRNA, nothing. I mean, zippo, Wagh tells Merritt. But there are “massive amounts of heavy metal contamination… [including] tungsten, osmium, silica, a lot of silver and gold particles [as well as] nickel, [and] some amounts of lead.” Wagh highlights that there are “massive amounts of aluminum” in the injections and that “all this stuff is very stable.”

A look at “graphene nano ribbons” from an unrelated study. Image: Shigeki Kawai et al. / Nature

Wagh says she’s basing her claims on her own testing of COVID-19 “vaccine” vials in the lab, as well as the tests performed by other experts from around the globe. Wagh says she and approximately 18 of her colleagues—including, but not limited to, two in Russia, two in Australia, one in New Zealand, 3 or 4 in Argentina, one in Shanghai, and one in Mexico City—have now tested 2,300 vaccine vials in all, from manufacturers including Sinovac and Sinopharm in China, Sputnik V in Russia, AstraZeneca’s, Johnson and Johnson’s, Pfizer’s, Moderna’s, and even the one produced most recently by Novavax. (Along with “unknown” versions to boot, like Soberana 02 out of Cuba.)

Every vaccine “is the same vaccine, they’re just branded with different names,” Wagh tells Merritt. “None of them have mRNA. The mRNA vaccines have no mRNA, they have no spike protein; the viral vectors have no viral vectors in them. No nothing. It’s just a hydrogel platform with reduced graphene oxide and synthetic lipid nanoparticle and… junk—heavy metal contamination. Massive amounts of heavy metal contamination.”

A structural model of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein (if it actually exists in reality). Image: Xu, Wenxin

Despite the absence of any mRNA or viral vectors in the “vaccines” (as should be the case for the injections like Johnson and Johnson’s), Wagh says there are 35 variations regarding the levels of reduced graphene oxide and heavy metals. There are “a few nanograms difference here, a few nanograms difference in this [or that heavy metal], you know what I mean? Wagh tells Merritt. That’s it, that’s the only difference. This is why people are going ‘oh I took it and I’m not dead yet.’ Well, because you probably got a lesser dose of something… so you got all these different variations, but the platform is the same. It’s all chemical crap that they’re putting in there.”

As for the effects of the reduced graphene oxide and heavy metals on the human body, Wagh says they’re disastrous. “When you put that into the human body it goes and sits in adipose tissue and other places and it causes issues. It causes irritation and inflammation. That’s what’s causing all these vascular problems that you’re seeing.” Wagh adds that “the graphene oxide has a very weak, extremely weak, [positive electric] charge, and everything in our body, especially the heart, and the brain, are negatively charged. So it literally short-circuits everything and through the inflammatory process you’re short-circuting everythign. And so you die.”

“People are getting heart attacks, myocarditis, inflammation, swelling of the heart, all sorts of stuff,” Wagh highlights. “And it’s because of the reduced graphene oxide… No biologics. It’s not the spike protein.”

Note that Wagh’s claims about the existence of reduced graphene oxide in the COVID-19 “vaccine” vials is supported by research conducted by Professor Dr. Pablo Campra Madrid, et al. and outlined in a preprint study. In the video immediately above biostatistician Ricardo Delgado—the founder of the La Quinta Columna (The Fifth Column) organization, which Campra Madrid credits for his work—says that all of the “vaccines” Campra Madrid analyzed via electron microscopy revealed the presence of reduced graphene oxide. Furthermore, Delgado claims that the “vaccines” contain “nanotechnology” including, but not limited to “nano routers” that can emit MAC (or media access control) addresses; nanoantennas for the amplification of wireless signals; and even logic gates for the encryption of these communications.

Incidentally—and quite incredibly—Delgado claims that “all vaccinated people send their data to an external server controlled by artificial intelligence [and] probably financed by Elon Musk.” Note that Delgado seemingly provides zero evidence for either of these claims. It is also, perhaps, a bit nonsensical as while Musk has come out in support of the COVID-19 “vaccines,” he does not support “vaccine” mandates.

Wagh’s claims are also, however, supported by those recently made by Dr. Robert O. Young during his testimony before Reiner Fuellmich’s Corona Committee. O. Young, a microbiologist, told Fuellmich, et al. that, using direct energy spectroscopy (or DES), he was finding that approximately 50% of the COVID-19 “vaccine” vials contained reduced graphene oxide.

In the same interview—which is immediately above—O. Young noted that Graphene has “the ability to cross any sort of barrier…[including the] blood-brain barrier, uterine [barriers], ovarian barriers—[and] any barriers that are placed as the protection to that particular gland or organ”

Image: Torsten Hansen, et al. / International Journal of Infectious Diseases

Adding support again to Wagh’s claims is the fact that scientists have been researching the use of graphene oxide (GO) in the context of lipid nanoparticles for years. A cursory glance at Google Scholar, for example, reveals more than 67,000 hits for the phrase “graphene oxide lipid nanoparticles.” Specifically, there are studies like this one in the journal Pharmaceuticals, authored by Erica Quagliarini, et al. noting that “Coating graphene nanoflakes with cationic lipids leads to highly homogeneous nanoparticles (GOCL NPs) with optimized physicochemical properties for gene delivery applications.”

Unfortunately, the pushback from Merritt on many of Wagh’s claims is not very strong. In fact, it’s largely nonexistent. Merritt could’ve asked, for example, if viruses are a sham, why is it that mass PCR testing—which is utterly unnecessary either way—is able to pick up on something that is producing epidemic curves? I.e. if the PCR tests have all been false-positives, how is it possible that we’ve seen waves of seasonal COVID-19 illness not just across America, but across the globe? And while the PCR test could arguably just be picking up on the flu—as the CDC’s PCR test admittedly does—isn’t that still a virus? Certainly epidemic curves wouldn’t be possible in general if the tests were totally faulty. Results would just look like random noise in that case, not epidemic curves that rise and fall predictably.

Furthermore, studies have shown that spike protein can be found all throughout the body after COVID-19 “vaccination.” In this autopsy study in the peer-reviewed journal International Journal of Infectious Diseases, for example, the authors note they found spike proteins in the body of a dead, “vaccinated” 86-year-old man; including in his brain; in his throat; in his tongue; in his lungs; in his heart (his myocardium); and in his kidneys. (See image immediately above.)

On top of that, former Pfizer sales representative for the Northwest region of New York Karen Kingston—who has an extensive background in the production and marketing of pharmaceuticals—claims that SARS-CoV-2 is actually just a weaponized spike protein in lipid nanoparticles and is being intentionally sprayed via aerosols. In the video immediately above Kingston describes, amongst other things, how she believes the COVID-19 “vaccines” do contain a weaponized version of the spike protein.

Wagh ends her interview with Merritt by attempting to unthread not just SARS-CoV-2, and virology in general, but much of what has come to be known and accepted as core scientific understandings of our reality.

“Literally all of civilization is a sham,” Wagh tells Merritt. “Our history, all of paleontology, everything we know about the solar system, about how the universe works… we don’t know anything anymore. We’re going to have to figure out what is humanity, where did we come from, who are we? You know, we certainly did not evolve from an ape, OK? That’s complete nonsense. The reason they can’t find a missing link is because there ain’t one.” Incidentally, there are many paleontologists who would undoubtedly disagree with that statement. Although there is certainly no better time than now to begin questioning every scientific narrative we’ve all taken for granted.

Feature image: Lee Merritt / Medical Rebel via Jim Fetzer

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