One concerned Daily Expose reader, who watched the documentary "Died Suddenly," reached out to the outlet to explain the mechanism. The reader noted that "modified" in mRNA pertains to the uracil nucleotide base being replaced by a fake version of it called N1-methylpseudouridine (m1?). "Therefore, a more appropriate name would be fake RNA vaccines," said the concerned reader.
The natural version of uracil, according to the reader, is " recognized as genetic material by cell security and is degraded within a few minutes." However, m1? "is not recognized as genetic material by the immune system and therefore is not broken down." Thus, this fake uracil "lasts for months continually instructing cell ribosomes to make more and more spike proteins, way beyond what would be needed for vaccination purposes."
Given that m1? does not degrade easily, it continues to instruct cell ribosomes to create spike proteins for months. Aside from spike proteins, the fake uracil also instructs cells to create materials for vascular walls. With no mechanism to stop them, the materials for new vascular walls are evicted into the bloodstream where they accumulate and turn into the white, rubbery clots.
According to the concerned reader, embalmers such as Richard Hirschmann and others "are pulling newly-made blood vessels out of pre-existing blood vessels" because the mRNA vaccine "is making fake blood vessels."
The clots that arose as a result of genetic modification have been a main topic brought to people's attention by Dr. Jane Ruby, Richard Hirschman and Stew Peters. The latter, a former bounty hunter, released the "Died Suddenly" film. (Related: Tom Renz lauds Stew Peters and his documentary "Died Suddenly" – Brighteon.TV.)
Interestingly, the virus responsible for COVID-19 was itself a product of genetic manipulation. While the vaccine replaced the naturally occurring uracil with a fake, synthetic form, the SARS-CoV-2 virus was reportedly modified to contain four unique inserts also present in the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). This shed light on the evolution and ability of the pathogen to harm the host by causing disease.
The authors, led by genetic analyst Prashant Pradhan, found four new insertions in the S-protein of SARS-CoV-2. They discovered these insertions, which bring up the possibility of laboratory manipulation, after comparing it to SARS-CoV-1, its nearest relative. SARS-CoV-1 is responsible for the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreak of the early 2000s.
According to their January 2020 paper published in bioRxiv, the sequence coding for the four insertions gave SARS-CoV-2 an additional advantage when it comes to survival and infectivity. All four also matched with two key structural proteins of the HIV-1 virus.
However, Pradhan and his co-authors withdrew their paper on Feb. 2, 2020. They explained that the withdrawal was necessary for a revision "in response to comments received from the research community on their technical approach and their interpretation of the results."
Dr. Lee Merritt, who hosts "Merritt Medical Hour" on Brighteon.TV, luckily managed to obtain an electronic copy of the paper for reference purposes.
Pandemic.news has more stories about laboratory manipulation of COVID-19 and the vaccine against it.