(Natural News) “The Right Side” host Doug Billings recently discussed with whistleblower and former Pfizer employee Karen Kingston the email he sent out to the media in May about the global patent for the mRNA lipid nanoparticle (LNP) vaccines.
“I believe they will conclude that the [Wuhan coronavirus] COVID-19 injections are bioweapons that contain gain-of-function chimeric viruses and toxins under the guise of mRNA therapeutic vaccines combined with a diagnostic therapeutic lipid nanoparticle platform for the patent,” Billings said during the June 21 episode of his program on Brighteon.TV.
The World International Patent Office (WIPO) granted the patent to Moderna back in August 2020.
In his email, Billings insisted to have an expert on autoimmune disease review the patent and other documents he mentioned – including the original 2004 studies from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, where the researchers weaponized coronaviruses.
The LNP can target specific organs and systems in the body, including reproductive, cardiovascular and pulmonary organs, as well as the central nervous system. It can cross the blood-brain barrier.
Billings noted that he presented the email with enough documentation pointing to specific page numbers, but didn’t get a response.
There was also an issue in 2017 surrounding a vaccine nanotechnology found with embodiments of small toxic molecules that kill cells – or people. A toxin from a biochemical weapon or a hazardous environmental agent can cause disabilities, diseases and death in children and adults alike.
This was found in COVID vaccines, so Billings raised an important question: “What does this mean for Pfizer, which is known to have a contract with the government? This could mean that they will be immune from punishment or prosecution for crimes against humanity.”
Kingston said: “At the end of the day, if you’re going to unleash on the population a product that you know can only cause disease, disabilities and death, then that contract is nothing more than ever is evidence of conspiring to commit crimes against humanity.”
SADS may be linked to COVID-19 vaccines
There is also the matter of sudden arrhythmic death syndrome or SADS, where perfectly healthy people just die in their sleep.
Democratic Congressman Sean Casten had a daughter who died of SADS at the age of 17 while in her sleep. She was perfectly healthy, sociable with no history of drug or alcohol use and was not suffering from any disease. She just went to bed and did not wake up the next morning.
Candace Owens, a conservative commentator who has been vocal about her opposition to COVID-19 vaccines, shared a story with her 54 million Facebook followers and said she wanted to “publicly state that my children are and will remain completely unvaccinated and that I truly wish my parents had made different decisions for me.”
She added: “In other news – have you read about how young adults are dying suddenly and it’s a complete mystery to doctors as to why that’s happening?”
Conservative commentator Mindy Robinson, who frequently posted claims about COVID-19 vaccines, also posted the same story on Facebook. “Young people are dropping dead and dying in their sleep for ‘no reason,’ according to ‘experts’ just like we’ve said they’ve been doing since the unrolling out of that experimental injection (that cannot be mentioned by name negatively on Facebook),” Robinson wrote.
Indiana State Representative John Jacob, who won his seat in 2020 and has been critical of the COVID-19 vaccination mandates, also shared a link to the same story and emphasized the headline. Other posts on the issue also spread on social media, with claims made in different languages, including Swedish, Dutch and Polish.
Still, “fact-checking” organizations insist that there is no evidence suggesting that the vaccines cause people to develop SADS conditions or make their conditions more severe. (Related: Are vaccines to blame for Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood?)
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