"We were reporting, and other outlets were reporting, that this was an mRNA technology. And they said, 'No, it's not, there's no mRNA shot, there's no mRNA, there's no mRNA in these shots.' Now they just promoted it as mRNA. It's like they expect us to not have a memory or something," said Shroyer during a recent episode of "The Alex Jones Show."
Shroyer actually meant to say gene therapy instead of mRNA, but you get the point. Big Pharma is making a fool out of everyone.
Filling in for regular host Alex Jones, Shroyer played a video clip in which a Bayer executive essentially admitted that Big Pharma deceived people into taking the mRNA injections. (Related: Bayer executive admits mRNA vaccines are "an example of gene therapy.")
In the video, Bayer Pharmaceuticals Division President Stefan Oelrich said were it not for the pandemic, the experimental injection may have seen an extremely high rejection rate.
Oelrich made the statement at the opening of the World Health Summit 2021 last November. "Ultimately, the mRNA vaccines are an example of that cell and gene therapy," Oelrich said at the time.
He also admitted that 95 percent of people would probably refuse gene therapy under normal circumstances. "I think this pandemic has opened many people's eyes to innovation," he said.
But even after Oelrich's statement, some media outlets maintained their stance that the mRNA injections are not gene therapies.
On January 4, Forbes published an article titled "Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccines are not gene therapies."
Poynter.org even published a fact-check claiming that the Bayer executive did not actually say that the mRNA vaccines are cell and gene therapies.
"Oelrich did not say that mRNA vaccines against the COVID-19 are a gene or cell therapy. What he did point out is that mRNA-based vaccines are an example of technological innovation, just as the gene and cell therapy proposed by Bayer are an example of technological innovation," it said.
It's not really surprising, Shroyer said, because the biggest supporters of the mRNA injections are also a bunch of phonies. He pointed out that both Kamala Harris and Joe Biden said they're never going to take the vaccine when Donald Trump was the president. (Related: TWISTED: Trump goes full pro-vaccine as Biden and Kamala say they won’t trust any vaccine promoted by Trump.)
When CNN asked Harris before the 2020 election if she would take the vaccine once it's approved, she refused to provide a clear answer. "Well, I think that's going to be an issue for all of us. I will say that I would not trust Donald Trump," she said on September 6, 2020.
Biden, on the other hand, suggested on July 28, 2020 that the coronavirus vaccine won't be "real" and may not be "safe." On August 6, 2020, Biden said the vaccine is "not likely to go through all the tests and trials that are needed to be done." Finally, on September 7, 2020, Biden said he would take the coronavirus vaccine "only if we knew all of what went into it."
"But then when Biden became president, they loved it. The vaccine didn't change; the ingredients didn't change. And it's just amazing. I mean, we have caught these crooks red-handed – they've been caught. It's so pathetic," Shroyer said.
"It's so pathetic that nobody wants to stop this crime. Nobody wants to hold the big pharmaceutical companies accountable. It's like nobody knows, and it makes you wonder really who is in charge? Are our officials in charge? Or is it entities like Big Pharma that are actually the ones that are in charge?"
Watch the video below as Owen Shroyer talks about the arrogance displayed by Big Pharma in admitting that the mRNA vaccines are actually gene therapies.
This video is from the InfoWars channel on Brighteon.com.
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