Del Bigtree of The Highwire hosted a panel of scientists and doctors to discuss the lipid nanoparticles in the mRNA COVID-19 injections.
Dr. Ryan Cole explained that the lipid nanoparticles are designed to cross the blood-brain barrier.
“It was originally designed to take mRNA and or chemotherapeutic agents to organs that are hard to get to, like the brain,” Dr. Cole said.
When questioned how public health authorities could state the shot remained localized at the point of injection, Dr. Cole asserted it was “scientific malfeasance.”
“Scientists knew they would not stay in the arm. To have told the people of the world otherwise was a straight up scientific lie,” he added.
Watch the clip via Rumble:
Designed to Cross the Blood-Brain Barrier: Pharma and the FDA Knew Lipid Nanoparticles Go Everywhere
Dr. Ryan Cole: "It was originally designed to take mRNA and or chemotherapeutic agents to organs that are hard to get to, like the brain…"https://t.co/PQR9d7yjCR
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Watch the full panel discussion – featuring Dr. Robert Malone, Dr. Ryan Cole, and Dr. Richard Urso – at Red Voice Media.