StudyFinds.org tries to spin bombshell new finding into fear-based HYSTERIA, when in truth, the study found that 40% of so-called covid “cases” are people who aren’t even sick
01/05/2022 / By Lance D Johnson / Comments
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StudyFinds.org tries to spin bombshell new finding into fear-based HYSTERIA, when in truth, the study found that 40% of so-called covid “cases” are people who aren’t even sick

A very misleading meta-analysis, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, is being used as propaganda to spread even more fear and hysteria. The study is titled, “Global Percentage of Asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 Infections Among the Tested Population and Individuals with Confirmed COVID-19 Diagnosis.” The meta-analysis looked at ninety-five studies involving nearly 30 million individuals who took a covid-19 PCR test.

The authors of the study found that a certain percentage of people tested positive for covid-19 even though they were healthy and showed no signs of sickness. Instead of discussing the problems with the PCR test and its propensity to give out false positives, the authors of the study claimed that a “high percentage of asymptomatic infections from this study highlights the potential transmission risk of asymptomatic infections in communities.”

This false narrative of “asymptomatic carriers” is used by the corporate media to call for more fraudulent testing, more needless isolation and more contact tracing of healthy individuals. These measures do not address immune system health or alter the course of any infection; these measures only perpetuate a cycle of insanity and medical tyranny.

The PCR scam is being rebranded to terrorize populations

The Chinese meta-analysis does not mention that the PCR test was NEVER intended to diagnose a specific disease, nor was it designed to be used with specificity at such scale. The PCR test is not capable of consistently distinguishing specific genetic sequences, like other diagnostic models do, such as Sanger Sequencing. The PCR test cannot differentiate between non-infectious viral debris from a previous infection nor can it make an accurate judgment of an active infection and trace its transmission.

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The PCR test is unable to determine viral load, which is a more important issue as far as viral transmission is concerned. Over the past two years, these covid-19 PCR tests were calibrated at such a high cycle threshold (CT), the most meaningless viral debris was amplified into a positive covid-19 result. Because of high cycle thresholds, practically any positive test result could be contested. Since laboratories often use PCR tests with CT cycles greater than 17, there is a considerable number of false positives across all the studies in this meta-analysis. The “positive covid cases” could simply be individuals who already have immunity to various respiratory viruses, and they pose no threat of viral transmission. Furthermore, detection of viral RNA does not guarantee the presence of infectious virus or that SARS-C0V-2 is the causative agent for any clinical symptoms.

This false-positive PCR scam has given rise to a false narrative known as “asymptomatic transmission of covid-19.” In other words, every article that fear-mongers about healthy people spreading “asymptomatic infections” is really just proving that the PCR test is a scam and the “pandemic” is nonexistent. Healthy people cannot spread infectious diseases they do not have. Despite these serious issues with the PCR test, the study claims that “asymptomatic infections are potential sources of transmission for COVID-19.” The authors of the study do not provide any epidemiological evidence to show how a healthy individual can transmit infectious virus material without any symptoms of infection. The authors do not trace a single infection back to a healthy person. A positive covid-19 test is a correlation, not a causation. How can a positive PCR test confirm a specific infection, let alone transmission, when there is no viral load to measure?

Corporate media uses PCR scam to target healthy, unvaccinated individuals

Even though it is biological common sense that healthy people cannot transmit viruses (regardless of a phony test result), the Chinese study authors claimed: “The high percentage of asymptomatic infections highlights the potential transmission risk of asymptomatic infections in communities.” Study author Min Liu of Peking University wrote this. He claims that “asymptomatic individuals” (false positives) should be treated like confirmed infections, including isolating and contact tracing them. Not surprisingly, the corporate media is promoting this propaganda to terrorize the population further.

Studyfinds.org used the meta-analysis to mislead the population to believe that healthy people can transmit a virus that they are not infected with. “Four in 10 COVID-19 patients are asymptomatic carriers of the virus responsible for over 800,000 deaths in the United States,” Studyfinds.org claims. “Silent cases of the virus are twice as prevalent than previous estimates feared,” the propaganda continues. Undoubtedly, this hysterical conclusion will be used to socially ostracize healthy unvaccinated people, paving the way for mass discrimination and segregation against them.

If anything, this study proves that 40 percent of covid cases aren’t even real. Studyfinds.org is pushing FEAR in the name of “science.” Future studies and investigative journalism should also look into the causative agents behind mild and severe “covid cases” to see if the PCR test results are also equally fraudulent in sick, elderly populations. Future studies should also investigate the “covid-19 death totals” to better understand the causative agents, the immunosuppression and the severity of iatrogenic error behind the deaths.

Sources include:

JAMANetwork.com

NaturalNews.com

Brownstone.org

FDA.gov

StudyFinds.org

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