The messenger RNA (mRNA) shots from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna do not have 100 percent integrity, the video explains, which is necessary in order for the shots to "work."
Unless all RNA is fully intact, mRNA chemicals tend to go awry inside the body, often resulting in serious health problems. (Related: mRNA jabs are also polluting people's bodies with "metal-like objects" and other poisons.)
It turns out that not all mRNA vials are the same, either. One person gets one concoction while another gets something different. This explains why some people who got shot are becoming seriously ill or dying while others appear to be the same as usual.
"Fragmented RNA could potentially also be hazardous to health by generating incomplete spike proteins," says Dr. Joseph Mercola.
"While we do not know if incomplete spike proteins are dangerous, it's possible they might contribute to cellular stress."
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The discoveries made in the above video and reiterated by Dr. Mercola paint a picture of mystery surrounding mRNA injections, which are almost like playing Russian Roulette.
While there are certainly quality problems to also consider, it would seem as though the mRNA solutions from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna are poorly made and highly inconsistent.
"The 'bad batch' phenomenon may also be indicative of quality problems," Dr. Mercola writes.
"Independent investigations have revealed that some lots of the shots are associated with very severe side effects and death, whereas other lots have very few or no adverse events associated with their use."
The fact that so-called "hot" lots of vaccine appear to be getting released in "coordinated fashion" suggests that intentional lethal-dose testing on the public is taking place right before our very eyes.
The "bad batches" may not just be accidental, in other words. Someone somewhere seems to want some people to die from the shots while others receive a less-lethal or even placebo dose.
We do know, based on the findings of a British Medical Journal (BMJ) study published back in March 2021, that quality control issues abound. If Mercola is right, these quality control issues could be intentional for the purpose of harming people.
Hacked data presented in the study revealed that anywhere from 55 to 78 percent of commercially available shots have "a significant difference in % RNA integrity / truncated species," meaning composition and quality are all over the place.
"The hacked data was subsequently sent to journalists and academics worldwide. It was also published on the dark web," Mercola explains.
"Some of the documents show European regulators had significant concerns over the lack of intact mRNA in the commercial batches sampled."
Right before Operation Warp Speed was officially launched in December 2020, a high-ranking official from the European Medicines Agency (EMA) sent an email revealing that commercial batches of mRNA vaccine failed to meet safety standards.
Pfizer was notified about these concerns, but it is unclear how the drug agency responded – or if it did at all – because less than a month later, Operation Warp Speed was in full swing.
"Curiously, when The BMJ asked Pfizer, Moderna, CureVac and several regulators to specify the percentage of mRNA integrity considered acceptable, none replied with specifics," Mercola further writes.
"According to the British Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, the FDA and Health Canada, the specification limit on RNA integrity is 'commercially confidential.'"
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