Robert Scott Bell warns the discredited PCR test is being brought back to life – Brighteon.TV



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(Natural News) Homeopathic practitioner and broadcast media host Robert Scott Bell said the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test is being brought back to life.

“I know I’m beating a dead PCR horse, but they’re trying to bring the dead PCR horse back to life,” Bell said during the February 7 episode of “The Robert Scott Bell Show” on Brighteon.TV.

The PCR test for COVID-19 is a molecular test that analyzes a person’s upper respiratory specimen to look for genetic material (ribonucleic acid or RNA) of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).

Scientists employ the PCR technology to amplify small amounts of RNA from specimens into deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), which is repeated until SARS-CoV-2 is detectable if present. The PCR test was called the gold standard test for diagnosing COVID-19 after it was approved for use in February 2020.

“It’s like the zombie PCR test at this point with sloppy molecular beacons. But once again this test out of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School hasn’t even been validated and hasn’t gone through peer review. But they are asking the New Jersey Department of Health to clear it so they can start using it,” Bell said.

“A test with no valid standard, not subjected to peer review, much less sent to other labs. But it’s not an accident at this point. This is what we’re dealing with, a lack of scientific validation and verification.”

PCR test not an infectious agent identifier

According to reports, the new PCR test will determine the COVID variants, but Bell said the claim has many holes. He mentioned Kary Mullis, the Nobel Prize-winning developer of the PCR amplification technology, who had said that there is no basis for utilizing the test as an infectious agent identifier. (Related: PCR testing a fraud: Government uses faulty testing to amplify COVID case numbers)

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The advanced PCR test, or so-called new and improved PCR lights, will be using sloppy molecular beacons that glow in certain colors. The test is also said to have 100 percent accuracy in tracing the different COVID-19 variants, although it has not been independently verified or validated.

The radio and television commentator who served on the board of the American Association of Homeopathic Pharmacists also took note of the problems of the PCR test, which include the terms of cycle count thresholds and the rise of the COVID variants, which Bell said was predicted by Nobel Prize winner and French virologist Luc Montagnier.

Bell also talked about pathogenic priming or antibody-dependent enhancement, which he said is basically the destruction of the immune system and the predisposing of the immune system to overreact to a degree that people who are already ill may die because their immune reaction is so vigorous.

Pfizer-BioNTech sued over COVID vaccine approved status

The Brighteon.TV host slammed the approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine with the market name Comirnaty, which he said can’t be found anywhere in America. He also hit the government agencies and mainstream media for colluding to promote the idea that it was approved.

He also mentioned that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Pfizer were sued by well-known doctors led by Dr. Peter McCullough to obtain data about the COVID vaccine and how the FDA came to the conclusion that the Pfizer jab was safe to go beyond the emergency use authorization status.

The homeopathic practitioner also spoke about the “crazies” running the whole world – individuals within governments and non-governmental organizations who are profiting from the pandemic.

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