Steve Kirsch, founder & executive director for the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation, reported in his substack newsletter that his colleague ran a mass spectrometry analysis of four COVID-19 jab vials.
Two vials were from Moderna and two from Pfizer.
Kirsch reported his colleague’s findings in this substack post:
He found PEG, but no phosphorus which means he found the lipid nanoparticles, but no payload or preservative. A bunch of blanks. No mRNA.
Some people speculate that it’s because there was breakdown of the mRNA because it wasn’t kept at temperature. Nice theory, but that would violate the laws of physics: stable elements don’t break down. If there was mRNA in the vials, we’d find phosphorus, it doesn’t matter if the strands are broken or degraded. Stable elements don’t degrade.
Do I believe all the vials are blanks? No! If they were all blanks, we wouldn’t have this many vaccine injured.
I’m amazed that no state actor wants to find out what is inside the vials. They all trust the government 100%. Is the mRNA intact in all the vials? They do NOT want to know. The CDC isn’t doing the QA and neither is any state, including Texas and Florida. Nobody wants to upset the narrative.
— 🇨🇦🇳🇱🇮🇹🇱🇰🇵🇱A Very Private Gentleman (@redpill4me) August 3, 2022
Surely, there must be a valid explanation? “One of my colleagues did mass spectrometry on 5 vaccine vials from Moderna and Pfizer. He found PEG, but no phosphorus which means he found the lipid nanoparticles, but no payload. A bunch of blanks. No mRNA.” https://t.co/OMug5HGLgm
— Sharell Cook (@AboutIndia) August 2, 2022
As Kirsch noted, the CDC doesn’t want the public to know what’s inside the vials.
The CDC never commissioned such a study to do QA on the vials.
The only reason I can think of that they didn’t do this is because they don’t want to know and they don’t want you to know.
I wonder why?
Dr. Franc Zalewski reported in his findings that some of the vials were simply a saline solution.
So, what gives?
Are some COVID-19 jab lots filled with 'blanks' consisting of a saline solution?
If so, how many of these 'blanks' are out there?
Don't expect the public health agencies to investigate!