The CDC Lied: mRNA Wasn’t Meant to “Stay in the Arm”; not news to us, I, McCullough, Oskoui, Risch, Tenenbaum, Vanden Bossche etc. have been saying this 2 years now; Dr. Malone, why were you silent?
by Paul Alexander
Dr. Malone, you had to know that the very mechanism to get the mRNA technology you said you invented to the target lymph nodes, needed it to leave injection site; then why were you silent as CDC lied?
It is a simple question. A scientific one. If you Dr. Malone or whomever invented the mRNA technology, that you knew that the mRNA technology (and the vaccine itself, the spike protein, sub-units but my focus is the mRNA) could not stay at the injection site for it to work, then why did you or whomever the inventors are/were, why did you not tell the nation? You knew. Had you told the people that the injection moves throughout the body, several, many, thousands, would have not taken the gene injection and in essence would have not died. You had a duty to tell the public that the CDC et al was lying and you did not. The question is, why?
The CDC et al. were lying but you were silent. Why? The CDC was lying but why did you not inform the public of CDC’s lie, and I mean from when the vaccine was rolled out to even when you took your shots. This is not about harms to you. It is about that time frame from when shots were rolled out to when you started to say it was unsafe. Anyone who worked intimately with the mRNA technology would have known that the shot could not have stayed localized at the injection site. You would have not needed the Japanese bioaccumulation data to know this. If you are the inventor, then you would have known it could not stay localized for it to get to the lymph nodes etc. to use the cellular machinery to then translate to spike protein. Why were you silent? That is the question only.
It’s always about what one knew, when did they know it, and what did they do about it. I ask this simple question scientist to scientist. Something does not add up here.
Dr. Malone, your silence was deafening and you (and other mRNA inventors) should have told women, pregnant women, all people, that the mRNA technology was unsafe, could not stay in the injection site and had to be moved across the body by some transport mechanism, molecular transport or vesicle or exosome transport, and that the likely candidate was going to be some lipid based medium e.g. lipid-nano particle. You did research on this so you knew. This is my opinion as I seek more information. Then why were you silent? For so long. Many would have not taken the shot had they known the LNP and mRNA and spike would be all over the body.
Many would have concluded that if the CDC et al. is lying about this aspect (staying only at injection site), then they must be lying about other aspects of the vaccine and they have shown to have been lying all along. Yet it would have helped us. Why were you silent with information you had. Must have known. There is no way you as the inventor of the mRNA technology would not have known that the only way it would work is for the payload to be transported elsewhere. It defies logic. People would have concluded then that the CDC is lying about everything and that would have changed the logic and calculus to take the shot or not. Had you (or someone linked to the mRNA technology) come out and said it was a lie what CDC was saying about staying at injection site, then people would have listened and thought well maybe all CDC is saying is a lie and it would have shaped their vaccine response. Lives would have been saved. IMO at least. I need to know why you (or whomever) were silent.
‘Indeed, Sahin and Türeci were so determined to get their mRNA into the lymph nodes that they had an earlier mRNA construct injected directly into the patient’s lymph nodes in the groin (p. 104).
Needless to say, such an approach was not likely to obtain wide acceptance as a vaccine! This is why the couple, as explained in their book, needed to package the mRNA in lipid nanoparticles, in order to ensure that mRNA administered by way of an intramuscular injection would, nonetheless, be widely distributed around the body and thus reach the lymph nodes.’ The mRNA is the culprit and you all said you all invented it. Tell us, why were you (you all) silent knowing it could not stay in the injection site. For it to work, it was designed NOT to stay in injection site. You knew. Many died due to this shot and would not have taken it. Tell us why you were silent.
‘The CDC’s information page on Covid-19 vaccines contains the following bullet points on “How mRNA COVID-19 vaccines work:”
First, mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are given in the upper arm muscle or upper thigh, depending on the age of who is getting vaccinated.
After vaccination, the mRNA will enter the muscle cells. Once inside, they use the cells’ machinery to produce a harmless piece of what is called the spike protein…. After the protein piece is made, our cells break down the mRNA and remove it, leaving the body as waste.
Or, in other words, as we have long been told, “it” – the mRNA – “stays in the arm.” And then, after having instructed the muscle cells to produce the spike, is disposed of.
But look at the below picture from a recent presentation on mRNA vaccination at the European Parliament. The picture was posted on Twitter by Virginie Joron, a French member of the parliament. The speaker is no less an authority than Özlem Türeci, the Chief Medical Officer of BioNTech: the German biotech company that developed what has come to be known to most of the world as the “Pfizer” Covid-19 vaccine.
Have a closer look at Türeci’s slide, which tells a very different story than that which the CDC has been telling Americans for the last two years.
Far from “staying in the arm” and entering the muscle cells at the injection site, the injection site is only the point of departure for a journey that is supposed to take the mRNA rather to the lymph nodes. The subtitle of the slide is “Bringing mRNA to the right cells at the right places.” The deltoid is not the right place; the lymph nodes are.
Once in the lymph nodes, a specific sort of cell, the dendritic cells, is supposed to manufacture the spike protein: here colorfully described as the “wanted poster” that will help the immune system to identify the SARS-CoV-2 virus in case of subsequent exposure.
A passage from The Vaccine, the book that Türeci and her husband, BioNTech CEO Ugur Sahin, wrote with journalist Joe Miller, explains why BioNTech’s platform specifically targets the lymph nodes:
What Ugur learnt was that the location to which a vaccine delivers its ‘wanted poster’ really mattered. The reason for this, the couple’s team in Mainz later realised, was that not all dendritic cells … were created equal. The ones that resided in lymph nodes – of which the spleen is the largest – were particularly adept at capturing mRNA and making sure the instructions it carried were acted upon. These kidney-bean shaped organs, found under our armpits, in our groins, and at several other outposts in the body, are the information hubs of the immune system. (p. 98)
Indeed, Sahin and Türeci were so determined to get their mRNA into the lymph nodes that they had an earlier mRNA construct injected directly into the patient’s lymph nodes in the groin (p. 104).
Needless to say, such an approach was not likely to obtain wide acceptance as a vaccine! This is why the couple, as explained in their book, needed to package the mRNA in lipid nanoparticles, in order to ensure that mRNA administered by way of an intramuscular injection would, nonetheless, be widely distributed around the body and thus reach the lymph nodes.
This is to say that the wide biodistribution of the mRNA that came to light after rollout was never a bug. It is a feature of BioNTech’s mRNA technology. Having elicited an immune response by way of injection into the groin, Sahin is even said to have wondered, “How substantial could the immune response be if a vaccine got into all lymphatic tissues around the body, and recruited all the resident DCs [dendritic cells] into action?” (p. 105)
So, why has the CDC been lying about this for the last two years and insisting that the mRNA “stays in the arm?” Well, the obvious answer is that the idea of the mRNA staying at the injection site is reassuring, since otherwise we could fear systemic adverse effects of precisely the sort that have emerged since rollout.
It is worth noting, moreover, that in developing its vaccine, as discussed in my earlier article here, BioNTech simply skipped the so-called safety pharmacology studies whose purpose is precisely to test a candidate vaccine for potential systemic adverse effects – and regulators, including the FDA, let the company do it.’