Lying fact-checkers caught out on not so secret Pfizer-Moderna contaminant
By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
A FORMER Pfizer employee has confirmed the scandal revealed on Stew Peters’ online TV show that mRNA vaccines are contaminated with nanoparticles of the poisonous-to-humans metal graphene oxide, as stated by Dr Jane Ruby on the show early in July.
Karen Kingston, a former biotechnology analyst and marketing specialist with Pfizer blew away the lying and obfuscating big media “fact checkers” when she appeared on the show a few days ago. Kingston said she was “as confident as there is gravity” that there is graphene oxide (GO) in the vaccines. And that’s just one of the problems with the vaccine, which has just been given FDA approval.
Kingston quoted from a July 2020 patent for mRNA vaccines referring to the use of hydrogel in the vaccine to encapsulate the lipid nanoparticles that carry the mRNA that initiates the production of spike proteins. Hydrogel is made from graphene oxide.
Kingston also revealed how the FDA’s approval of the Pfizer jab would be the “checkmate move” to end the shots that are linked to deaths and injuries, worldwide. She said the approval process would require Pfizer to reveal its ingredient list within the coming few weeks.
The so-called International Fact Checking Network, funded by mainstream media and globalist foundations, went into overdrive after Dr Ruby’s claims on Peters’ show back in July. Kingston then came on to back up what Dr Ruby claimed, but as a Pfizer insider and whistleblower she was able to more intimately detail the processes involved in the development of the vaccine.
For instance she said Pfizer had not undertaken any obvious marketing of the vaccines, for instance setting up a website, as would normally happen with a product approval. This was because it would expose the company to another level of lawsuits, apart from those likely to arise from harm already done.
Nevertheless, the fact-check network continued its lying and obfuscation against Kingston, trying to discredit her at every turn and running the Pfizer PR spin without question and stepping around or avoiding altogether the difficult questions around the vaccine’s known and admitted shedding characteristics and inability to protect against further infections.
Kingston went on to quote a vaccine trial that required vaccinated participants to distance themselves from pregnant mothers because of the shedding factor. The fact checkers stepped around that matter as well.