"For the last couple of years, I've recommended not eating pork due to its high linoleic acid content. But there's an even bigger reason to avoid it now," he sad. "In retrospect, it appears Americans have been eating pork treated with gene therapy for the past five years – and even more of our meat supply is about to get contaminated with the same treatment."
The alternative medicine proponent and osteopathic physician lamented how the industry concealed its use of novel gene therapies as "vaccines" without any safety testing. He also mentioned that even the supposedly "organic" pork producers make use of these injections.
"I recommend erring on the safe side and avoiding pork altogether, including organic pork, as organic standards do not have any rules on the use of vaccines, mRNA-based or otherwise." (Related: Government and Big Pharma plan to taint food supply by injecting animals with mRNA vaccines.)
Mercola zeroed in on Merck's Sequivity mRNA vaccine platform, which Merck Animal Health described as "revolutionary."
"Sequivity harnesses RNA particle technology to create customized prescription vaccines against strains of influenza A virus in swine, porcine circovirus (PCV), rotavirus and beyond," Merck Animal Health stated on its website.
"[It] targets existing and evolving swine pathogens, including diseases not covered by conventional swine vaccines. [Sequivity also] allows for the creation of multivalent formulations by blending RNA particles to target multiple swine pathogens in one shot."
According to Mercola, the Iowa-based Harrisvaccines had already developed an RNA injection for swine influenza (H3N2) as early as 2012. It later came up with an mRNA vaccine for avian influenza in 2015, the same year Merck Animal Health acquired Harrisvaccines.
Aside from Harrisvaccines, the Germany-based CureVac also developed mRNA-based rabies shots for pigs in 2016. Bayer and BioNTech, both also based in Germany, teamed up in 2016 to develop vaccines for both livestock and pets – albeit no news of any outputs from this partnership has surfaced. BioNTech later gained publicity for its partnership with Pfizer to create the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine for humans.
Mercola pointed out that "the only reason many of us became aware of this issue in recent weeks was because attorney Tom Renz started warning about it." He also referenced an April 3 article on Renz's Substack about the matter.
"The idea of vaccines in food has been around for a long time," the Ohio lawyer wrote. He warned that "this is a nightmare scenario whereby people's genetics are potentially altered with 'factory foods' without them even knowing."
According to Renz, there are claims that mRNA injected into meat will not transfer to humans who subsequently consume the product. Unfortunately, that is not the case.
He pointed out that the lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) used in the mRNA vaccines for animals have been contaminated with "other things" after being examined by scientists. These same LNPs are present in the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines made by Pfizer and Moderna.
"Ultimately the mRNA jabs still have not undergone long-term testing because long-term testing can take 10 [to] 20 years. [Also,] they have not existed that long – so any claims about the safety or efficacy of the stuff that's in them are garbage at best," Renz wrote.
"What we do know about the mRNA vaccines is that they do not stop the spread of disease … and really do not help in any way with anything. We also do know that these jabs were demonstrated, in vitro, to alter the genetic makeup of some cells."
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