For years there has been discussion of making vaccines transmissible through foods.
Recently, we have started hearing more about this information and been getting a lot of questions about the legitimacy of this.
The truth is, I am not sure of how or when this might happen.
Previously, with standard vaccine technology I did not think it was possible to turn food into an effective delivery method for a vaccine. However, with the advent of mRNA technology I am not sure of the possibilities. Unfortunately, it looks like China is already testing in mice. *Read more below.
I don't understand the complexities, however it seems that this is a major concern for Hoosiers.
The utilization of mRNA technology as vaccines in food is a scary prospect, but when sharing concerns people have been discussing how mRNA vaccines will be used in livestock.
I have recently discovered that mRNA technology has been used in swine (pig) vaccines since at least 2018, but potentially as early as 2015. Dr. Robert Malone also dives into a lot of information about mRNA tech in swine here. It appears that initially it was a designer vaccine called Sequevity. The depth of use seems to be unknown. The fact that it is marketed as a "herd specific" vaccine lends to the idea that it would be costly and only used by a limited number of farms. You can read more on Sequevity here.
It does appear that there is a NEW shot being used in pigs that is under conditional use. It is produced by Harrisvaccines, a division of Merck, and indicates that it is still in trails.
The fact that the new vaccine is single antigen may mean that they are planning to use it on a more widespread scale.
Now, I don't know the ramifications of this. I would certainly hope that by the time the animal was slaughtered and distributed any remaining mRNA would be dead. This would be logical train of thought given the fragility of the mRNA and the storage requirements for the vaccines.
From personal experience I know that there are "withdraw periods" for slaughtering after the administration of antibiotics and the same rings true with vaccinations. Withdraw periods seem to range between 2-60 days. This information would have to be gathered from the FDA and or the insert of the medication. (If you find this out I would love to know the answers!) The new Harrisvaccines mentioned above has a withdraw period of 21 days prior to slaughter.
However, even if all that is true, there are still significant and valid concerns.
How will the administration of mRNA technology impact the quality of the food supply?
Will any traits or residuals be passed on to the consumer?
Will animals see increased systemic inflammation? What does that translate into?
I am sure there are a million more questions we could ask.
Truthfully, I do NOT want to take the chance.
Vaccines in your food?
I doubted the ability to produce mRNA vaccines through food because of the stringent storage requirements of the technology. However, Hoosiers have been sending me loads of information on this topic.
Recently, one of those articles shared was by Dr. Peter McCullough and my heart sank.
The article he discusses resulted in successful use of milk as a delivery method of mRNA to mice and the development of antibodies to COVID.
This is a serious problem and must be shut down. mRNA in the food supply is a real threat and will need exhaustive research to find appropriate applications of such technology. Vaccination for COVID-19 is not one of them--should be banned immediately. https://t.co/AXfhH5bDop— Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH™ (@P_McCulloughMD) April 8, 2023
We must act BEFORE mass production of mRNA laden foods!
We all must take 3 steps:
2. TAKE ACTION! Call your legislator on the issue. Text 260-286-0988 the word: FIND
3. TELL OTHERS! Pass this information on to friends, family, & acquaintances.