The following article published by The Defender last June 3, 2021, contains the evidence supporting the statement of Dr. Byram Bridle when he said, “We made a big mistake. We didn’t realize it until now… We thought the spike protein was a great target antigen, we never knew the spike protein itself was a toxin and was a pathogenic protein. So by vaccinating people we are inadvertently inoculating them with a toxin” [see COVID vaccine researcher admits says spike protein is a dangerous toxin. Also, read Salk Institute: The spike protein damages cells and causes vascular disease even without a virus to understand the implications of this article].
This article from The Defender links to the various studies referred to by Dr. Bridle. Here are those studies:
- The biodistribution study submitted by Pfizer to the Japanese government. This showed that the spike protein created by the vaccines get into the blood, circulates for a few days post-vaccination, and accumulates in certain organs and tissues.
- A study published by the Clinical and Infectious Diseases which involved recipients of the Moderna vaccine. Results show that 11 out of the 13 study participants had detectable levels of SARS-CoV-2 protein in their plasma as early as one day after vaccination. the S1 sub-unit of the spike protein was detected.
- A study published by the Nature Neuroscience, showed that lab animals injected with purified spike protein into their bloodstream developed cardiovascular problems. The spike protein also crossed the blood-brain barrier and caused damage to the brain.
Editor’s Note: We add this article on our website to provide those medical professionals who read our website with information on how the mRNA vaccines can cause harm to vaccine recipients. To date, no government has addressed the results of these studies, and many have chosen to simply ignore evidence contrary to the vaccine agenda. To find more information about the vaccines, we recommend you visit the dedicated page on vaccines.
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