Documents submitted by the New York-based vaccine maker to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) attested to this. Based on the COVID-19 vaccine's Fact Sheet for Healthcare Providers issued by the regulator, each dose for children aged between five and 11 years old contains 10 micrograms (mcg) of modRNA. Meanwhile, each dose for individuals aged 12 and older contains 30 mcg of modRNA.
According to Pfizer's website, modRNA instructs the cells to produce desired proteins. It elaborated: "In the synthesis of the [modRNA] used in this vaccine platform, some nucleosides – which are important biological molecules that constitute DNA and RNA – are replaced by modified nucleosides to help enhance immune evasion and protein production."
However, modRNA is a synthetic ingredient that poses a substantial risk to human health. Injecting it into the body may lead to adverse events like strokes, cardiovascular complications, pulmonary embolism and the formation of blood clots. The latter was observed in many individuals injected with Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine.
Natural mRNA is broken down within days after vaccination and eliminated from the body. In contrast, synthetic modRNA lasts longer in the body and is more efficient at producing a protein – the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein in this case. This is because modRNA modifies one of four compounds in RNA. (Related: mRNA in COVID-19 vaccines contain FAKE URACIL which may be causing white, rubbery clots.)
Despite this, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that the COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer and rival Moderna contain the naturally occurring mRNA. In its description of mRNA and how vaccines work, the public health agency makes no reference to modRNA. Likewise, the CDC does not disclose that the RNA used in COVID-19 vaccines has been modified.
Research bioscientist David Wiseman pointed to the FDA's similar deception regarding Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine. He told the Epoch Times in an email that the regulator uses modRNA internal documents – compared to mRNA it used in the injection's emergency use authorization. The FDA described mRNA as "genetic material" that contains a "small piece of the SARS-CoV-2 virus' mRNA that instructs cells in the body to make [its] distinctive 'spike' protein."
But according to Wiseman, the regulator's description is problematic as the pathogen responsible for COVID-19 does not contain mRNA. He explained: "mRNA is the kind of RNA produced in the copying of instructions from DNA in a process called transcription, so to say this is viral mRNA is inaccurate."
Ohio-based attorney Tom Renz told the news outlet in an email that the intentional use of mRNA to deceive people into receiving the injections with synthetic modRNA broke numerous laws.
"It is my opinion that, at a minimum, the intentional use of mRNA – an acronym well-known to stand for messenger RNA – along with the endless statements about the vaccines being based on naturally occurring messenger RNA constitute misbranding in violation of a number of laws," said Renz, who hosts "Lawfare with Tom Renz" on Brighteon.TV.
"There is a legal and moral duty to provide informed consent. To misrepresent a drug that was intended to be a gene therapy as a vaccine containing 'natural messenger RNA' is an apparent violation of both of those duties."
Renz also warned that modRNA isn't only limited to being injected into people's bodies using syringes.
"We have discovered that various RNA technologies are in development for various uses, and these technologies, along with new adjuvant technologies, can allow for the introduction of gene therapy products into foods, the air (aerosolized vaccines) and even topical products."
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