REMINDER: Peer-Reviewed Study Has Shown Pfizer’s COVID ‘Vaccine’ Reverse-Transcribes into DNA in Human Cells

Here is an explainer of how Pfizer’s mRNA “vaccine,” BNT162b2, has been—definitively—shown in a peer-reviewed study to reverse-transcribe into DNA in human liver cells.

Despite the fact that there are now numerous adverse events associated with the mRNA “vaccines” for COVID-19—including blood clots, myocarditis, hepatitis, shingles, and menstrual issues—it seems, in a very real way, the list of problems continues to grow unabated. Scientists in Sweden, for example, have now confirmed in a peer-reviewed study in the journal Current Issues in Molecular Biology that BNT162b2, the EUA (or Emergency Use Authorization) version of Pfizer’s COVID-19 “vaccine,” does indeed see its mRNA reverse-transcribed into DNA in human cells. As for whether or not that DNA makes it into a person’s genome? The scientists still aren’t sure. Although according to Dr. Peter McCullough, things don’t look good.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s Children’s Health Defense (CHD) news outlet picked up on the peer-reviewed study, which was published on February 25, 2022. The scientists, at Lund University, show in in vitro (outside the body) human liver cell lines that “BNT162b2 mRNA is reverse transcribed intracellularly into DNA in as fast as 6 [hours] upon BNT162b2 exposure.”

In their abstract the authors note their intention was to identify specifically the effect of BNT162b2 on the human liver Huh7 cell line. Huh7, as notes, is “an immortal cell line composed of epithelial-like, tumorigenic cells.” The website adds that the “HuH-7 cell line was established in 1982 from a well differentiated hepatocyte derived cellular carcinoma cell line that was originally taken from a liver tumor in a 57-year-old Japanese male.”

The authors also note in their abstract that “Preclinical studies of COVID-19 mRNA vaccine BNT162b2, developed by Pfizer and BioNTech, showed reversible hepatic effects in animals that received the BNT162b2 injection.” Meaning the two “vaccine” makers, apparently, were well aware of this potentiality from the get-go.

As for mechanism of action, the researchers write that it’s possible reverse transcription—that is, RNA being written or “transcribed” into DNA—is occurring through the endogenous reverse transcriptase LINE-1. LINE-1, which belongs to the group of “long interspersed nuclear elements” (or LINEs), is an enzyme that catalyzes the transformation of RNA into DNA.

In the video immediately above somebody from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) describes how the HIV retrovirus infects a human cell, which seems like an apt analog for what’s happening with the mRNA in BNT162b2 (as well as Moderna’s “vaccine”); although instead of an outer viral envelope, BNT162b2—as well as COMIRNATY, the FDA-approved version of BNT162b2use a lipid nanoparticle (LNP). Note, as well, that the blue-colored enzyme in the viral particle in the video immediately above is the endogenous reverse transcriptase in this context.

In the video at top Dr. Peter McCullougha highly published internist, cardiologist, and epidemiologist who’s in academic medical practice in Dallas, Texas—describes the potential ramifications of the study.

This study means “DNA is made from the Pfizer RNA code and then is installed into the human genome—or is at least found in Chromatin [the material that comprises chromosomes] about six hours after injection,” Dr. McCullough says in the video. “This is the first paper to show that at least the middle 444 base pair clearly is in human DNA and many experts believe if the middle part of the code gets in it then the full length of it must be reverse-transcribed.”

McCullough goes on to say that “If this is true…this has massive implications… This means people who have taken the vaccine now actually have a permanent alteration in their genes; [it means] that they themselves [now] have this code for the dangerous Wuhan spike protein that was altered in a lab in China.”

Feature image: Markus Aldén, et al. / Current Issues in Molecular Biology

(Visited 6 times, 3 visits today)

Accessibility Toolbar