FDA admits that covid-19 antigen tests DO NOT detect Omicron, yet labs routinely commit fraud to push “casedemic” hysteria
By Lance D Johnson // Jan 02, 2022

The new “omicron” antigen test kits could be more fraudulent than the covid-19 PCR assays that came before. The FDA recently admitted that the new rapid covid-19 antigen tests do not properly detect a sequence named “omicron." Despite this constant cycle of medical fraud, laboratories throughout the United States continue to report escalating cases of “omicron.”


As public health authorities and corporate media channels begin to acknowledge various coronavirus strains, there is a growing incentive for the medical industry to profit from specific strains. Select strains are genetically sequenced and advertised to create new, highly profitable testing protocols and vaccine programs (that are a complete and utter failure).

FDA warns about fraudulent omicron antigen tests

The National Institutes of Health have been working on the rapid acceleration of diagnostics for various coronavirus strains. Their most recent findings suggest that sick patients with live viruses may readily test negative using the omicron antigen test. The FDA reported on the NIH findings, stating “early data suggests that antigen tests do detect the Omicron variant but may have reduced sensitivity.”

There are so many mutations of the coronavirus, the test cannot properly distinguish specific sequences. This is why designing a strain-specific vaccine for coronaviruses always fails, whether it be for SARS-CoV-1, MERS or SARS-CoV-2. This is why the CDC should just scrap all diagnostics for covid-19 and its variants, and instead, advise that sick people be treated with anti-viral medications, while healthy people are left alone to live their lives. None of the diagnostics matter anyway, because all the variants are referred to as “covid-19” in the end. Testing is a waste of time.

Medical fraud occurred from day one, was allowed to persist because of hysteria

From the very first day that the World Health Organization declared a “global pandemic,” testing for “covid-19” was an abysmal failure. In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for the CDC 2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Real-Time RT-PCR Diagnostic Panel. This assay was first introduced in February of 2020. Back then, the test was proven fraudulent; control samples routinely tested positive for SARS-CoV-2. Healthy people and inanimate objects tested positive as well, allowing the corporate media to create a fraudulent narrative that severe disease is primarily caused by “asymptomatic spread of covid-19.”

The inventor of the PCR test himself, Kary Mullis, opposed using the PCR test to diagnose covid -- or any -- diseases. He said, “PCR is a process that’s used to make a whole lot of something out of something. It allows you to take a very minuscule amount of anything and make it measurable and then talk about it like it’s important.” Dr. Beda M. Stadler, a Swiss biologist, emeritus professor and former director of the Institute of Immunology at the University of Bern called out the false positives of covid-19 PCR tests from the very beginning.

Because coronaviruses rapidly mutate, the test became nothing but static noise, amplifying non-infectious viral debris from a plethora of previous coronavirus infections and other viral debris from hundreds of viral genomes. The test has routinely rendered false positives and false negatives that have systematically distorted all data surrounding the covid-19 scandal. The test has done nothing but distract people from what really matters when it comes to treatment, immunity and prevention of severe disease. Even worse, it has been used as false evidence to unlawfully detain people without court order, while depriving individuals of their civil liberties. This fiasco of medical fraud has disrupted entire industries, emboldened government power and needlessly disrupted travel and commerce for nearly two years.

Courts must continue to strike down testing mandates and quarantines based on testing fraud

On December 31, 2021, the CDC will officially withdraw its request for an EUA for its PCR diagnostic panel for SARS-CoV-2 because it is nothing more than medical fraud. Not only has the test misdiagnosed covid-19 in countless healthy people, but its false diagnoses have also distorted the diagnosis of influenza cases, artificially eliminating data for influenza hospitalizations, and fatalities, for the year 2020-2021. After the World Health Organization’s testing protocol was questioned by Finland’s national health authority, the WHO itself began cautioning public health officials around the world not to rely solely on the PCR test to detect covid-19.

A Portuguese Appeals court ruled that it is unlawful to quarantine people based on PCR tests because they are unreliable. An Austrian court ruled there is no legal or scientific basis to lock people down based on fraudulent PCR tests that do not properly diagnose covid-19.

More courts around the world must rule against covid-19 PCR and antigen tests, and publicly declare that they are being used as fraudulent evidence for unlawful quarantines. The tests are not scientifically valid for proper diagnosis of a specific infectious disease and therefore do not justify any level of lock down, coercion, or human rights deprivations.

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