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DNA Transcribed From Pfizer COVID-19 Jab Reportedly Contains MUTANT gp130 Tumor Gene


While the media directed attention to Russia-Ukraine last week, several shocking reports came out about the experimental COVID-19 shots.

A peer-reviewed study from Frontiers in Virology found a DNA sequence in the SARS-CoV-2 furin cleavage site that matched the “MSH3” Gene in a Moderna patent.

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Dr. Mikolaj Raszek presented Pfizer documents that confirmed the possibility of the spike protein entering the cell nucleus.

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But the revelation we'll focus on for this post is the recent study published in Current Issues in Molecular Biology. The researchers claimed to present evidence of "fast entry of BNT162b2 into the cells and subsequent intracellular reverse transcription of BNT162b2 mRNA into DNA."

mRNA From Pfizer COVID-19 Jab Can be Reverse Transcribed into DNA, According to Study

Igor Chudov published a substack post that investigated the study's results in further detail.

Chudov tweeted that he ran the DNA sequence through BLAST, analyzed the genes they transcribe into, and found that they transcribe to a MUTATED gp130 LIVER CANCER GENE.

Twitter labeled his tweet "misleading":

Chudov stated in his substack newsletter:

The article contains a printout of genetic DNA code that was detected in human cell DNA materials reverse transcribed from the mRNA vaccine.

So, I decided to check what is actually in this code above, is that just harmless junk or something more ominous. For that, I ran a free NCBI “BLAST” tool by copying and pasting the above genetic sequence in it. This is the same BLAST tool that @JikkyKjj used to show a Moderna “cancer patent” sequence on the most important, “furin cleavage site” of Sars-Cov-2.

Anyway, impressed with @JikkyKjj’s discovery, I decided to do the same with the DNA code that Pfizer mRNA vaccine generates (reverse transcribes) into human cells. Turns out that I was the first to enter that sequence into the NCBI BLAST tool (because it took a while to analyze) and it now has a sequence ID of 1R3ZDZJY016.

And here are the results. I annotated them to make it easier for you to see what is and is not interesting.

The first few results are from the usual suspects such as chimeric viruses, Sars-Cov-2 sequences, etc. It is understandable why we should ignore them — the chimeric viruses are pure lab constructs of unknown significance, and Sars-Cov-2 sequences are obviously there because the vaccine encodes Sars-Cov-2 spike protein. Those are “expected matches”.

What is interesting — and I am not saying it is the only thing — is the gp130 glycoprotein gene that is 97% similar to the human gp130 glycoprotein gene. The chance of that being a random coincidence, per BLAST tool, is 0.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000002.

I clicked on it:

You can click on the “Gene” link to see what that gp130 gene is about:

So, we have Pfizer Covid mRNA vaccine reverse transcribe to a MUTATED gp130 gene. Remember the 97% match? The 3% non-matches, the four red dots, are the mutations of the gp130 gene.

So, without looking at these specific mutations, what happens when gp130 gene mutates in general? Nothing good comes up and you can search for it too.

Please note that a question arises: gp130 mutations can cause liver tumor, and the entire experiment was performed on a line of immortal liver cancer cells. Could it be that the original article picked up mutated gp130 from the Huh7 liver cancer cells? If that is the case, if the DNA sequence is inherent to Huh7 line itself, it could invalidate a lot of conclusions that the original science article, as well as my own articles, were making.

However, the authors were diligent with controls and did NOT see the questioned DNA sequence that I am looking at, in the control cells that did NOT receive the Pfizer vaccine. In addition, the published DNA sequence contained Sars-Cov-2 genes (see BLAST results), so it does come from the effect of the vaccine, not the Huh7 culture cells.

I did perform some cursory checks, to the best of my ability, and the Huh7 line contains p53 mutations, but it does not seem like it contains gp130 mutations.

So, keeping my fingers crossed, the mutated gp130 gene that I found, is a genuine finding of lab research, comes from the mRNA vaccine, and not a coincidental pickup from the Huh7 cells.

I am guessing that the authors were looking at liver cells specifically, because they knew where to look (that the mRNA delivery system delivers the lipid nanoparticles to the liver). Why did the authors pick liver cells? Maybe because they heard of this 4chan post from 2020, when NOTHING yet was known about the strange mRNA vaccines:

Chudov noted these clarifications for readers:

The sequence of mutated gp130 genes, found in the DNA reverse transcribed from Pfizer Covid vaccine,

  • Does not mean that it will NECESSARILY cause cancer
  • The four “red dot” mutations listed, may be harmless
  • Does not mean that it was added to Pfizer vaccine intentionally to cause harm
  • Does not mean that it is even expressed as a gp130 protein, as expression of genes depends on cellular context
  • What it DOES mean is that we need to look at this closely.

Chudov has asked readers to repost this article in hopes that someone important will see it and authorities investigate these "unexpected" effects of the mRNA COVID-19 jabs.

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Chudov added screenshots of individuals reporting rare liver cancers:

*All photos sourced from Igor Chudov's Substack Newsletter*

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