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Massive Peer-Reviewed German Study Obliterates the PCR Test & Asymptomatic Spread Conspiracy Theory


The medical overlords and mainstream media have touted PCR tests as the gold standard for tracking COVID-19 around the world.

And with many asymptomatic people testing positive for COVID-19, tyrannical governments used the notion of asymptomatic spread to lock down society.

They crashed economies, forced small businesses to close, and plunged working-class citizens into poverty.

All of this while the world’s richest elites stockpiled massive loads of wealth.

But don’t worry, it was all for public health.

And if you questioned the legitimacy of any aspect of the health mandates, including PCR tests, then you were censored and deemed a conspiracy nut.

However, the real conspiracy theory is the PCR test being an accurate measurement tool to measure the spread of COVID-19.

A new peer-reviewed study carried out in Germany exposed the conspiracy theory pushed by the medical overlords and tyrannical governments.

Published in the Journal of Infection, the 160,000 person study made revelations only surprising to those who have been brainwashed by COVID-19 hysteria.

Check out their findings:

Before we look at the study’s conclusions, let’s hear from the inventor of the PCR test.

Here’s Kary Mullis:

The PCR test was never meant to tell you that you’re sick or not.

And with the major amplification of its cycles, you can detect viral particles in just about anyone.

But that doesn’t mean they’re infectious or even sick from COVID-19.

And this latest study confirms the misuse of the PCR tests to submit the world into draconian lockdowns and restrictions.

From the Journal of Infection:

Most positive tests in our sample showed Ct values of 25 or higher, indicating a low viral load. Ct values were on average lower in symptomatic than in asymptomatic individuals. Our results are similar to the observations made in the ONS Survey with consistently low positive rates (0.06%) during the summer months, followed by a rise to more than 1% by the end of October 2020. A substantial proportion (45%-68%) of test positive individuals in the UK did not report symptoms at the time of their positive PCR test [6].
In light of our findings that more than half of individuals with positive PCR test results are unlikely to have been infectious, RT-PCR test positivity should not be taken as an accurate measure of infectious SARS-CoV-2 incidence. Our results confirm the findings of others that the routine use of “positive” RT-PCR test results as the gold standard for assessing and controlling infectiousness fails to reflect the fact “that 50-75% of the time an individual is PCR positive, they are likely to be post-infectious” [7].
Asymptomatic individuals with positive RT-PCR test results have higher Ct values and a lower probability of being infectious than symptomatic individuals with positive results. Although Ct values have been shown to be inversely associated with viral load and infectivity, there is no international standardization across laboratories, rendering problematic the interpretation of RT-PCR tests when used as a tool for mass screening.

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