During the June 27 episode of her Brighteon.TV program “Live with Dr. Jane Ruby”, she said that military members are the most vulnerable and under attack, aside from babies and children.
“Remember when Comirnaty was approved on Aug. 23, 2021, but Pfizer said it would not be manufactured or available in the United States? Well, they lied to you,” Ruby told viewers, referring to Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
According to her, some military personnel who declined the COVID clot shots were seeing vials from boxes with Comirnaty labels in U.S. Coast Guard bases. She added that these were actually being shipped directly from Fort Detrick in Maryland – which is not a Pfizer manufacturing plant.
“You can imagine their surprise when these vials showed up,” Ruby remarked.
The Brighteon.TV host mentioned that both the Department of Defense and companies that make the COVID-19 vaccine “have been together from the beginning” in conducting a “strange operation.” She added that the Comirnaty vaccines coming from Fort Detrick are “not the exact formulation,” which further fueled speculation of a direct attack on the military.
Ruby said Pfizer and its partner BioNTech has three manufacturing plants in the U.S. – located in Michigan, Missouri and Massachusetts – that produce the mRNA vaccine. The two companies also operate two plants in Germany and one in Belgium, she added.
“What they were bragging about was that they were [going to] have up to two billion doses of these vaccines in 2021.”
A November 2021 report by German state broadcaster DW confirmed this progress, adding that the two billion goal superseded the initial 1.3 billion dose the two companies targeted. The piece also made references to the manufacturing plants run by Pfizer and BioNTech in Western Europe, alongside those in the United States.
Ruby lays out the dangers of Comirnaty
Ruby pointed out that the mRNA COVID-19 injections are not vaccines. She instead dubbed them as new technologies that have not even moved past clinical tests on animals as the test subjects died.
The Brighteon.TV host noted that Pfizer and BioNTech did not conduct any clinical toxicology assessment. The two firms admitted that Comirnaty has not been evaluated for any potential to cause cancer, negatively affect male fertility and damage the human genetic code.
Aside from this, Ruby said Comirnaty not only contains encoded antigens, but also optimized codons – artificially manipulated DNA or RNA sequences.
“Optimized is weaponized. You have to engineer it to optimize your codons, your signals. You’re making them more aggressive, you’re making them more dangerous. It’s an admission of gain-of-function [research],” she said.
The optimized codons prompt the body to manufacture the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, which leads to antibody-dependent enhancement.
Ruby also mentioned that the mRNA in Comirnaty is coated in a lipid nanoparticle (LNP) form. The LNP, she explained, is dangerous as it enables delivery of the mRNA into every cell in the body. She also noted that when the COVID-19 vaccine elicits an immune response through the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein it has, and this enables the mRNA to be delivered into host cells. (Related: Lipid nanoparticles in covid jabs “stick” to bodily organs, reveals Pfizer study.)
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