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RT-PCR tests are scientifically meaningless

In this article for Off Guardian, authors Torsten Engelbrecth and Konstantin Demeter take a closer look at the facts that explain why PCR tests are meaningless as diagnostic tools. 

According to the authors’ research, the RT-PCR test was meant by its inventor, Nobel Prize winner Kary Mullis, to replicate and manufacture DNA sequences, not to diagnose an illness. 

The authors also assert that relying on the RT-PCR test is problematic because there is no gold standard for COVID-19 testing. For one, there is no list of distinct COVID-19 symptoms, and no laboratory has been able to isolate and purify the COVID-19 virus. Engelbrecht and Demeter reached out to various researchers to confirm this discovery, and found that there is no proof that the RNA sequences used to calibrate RT-PCR tests are indeed a virus that causes COVID-19.

Editor’s Note: Finding this article was shocking because in May, Nicanor already published an article which tackled this exact issue [see Faulty COVID-19 tests: Why prisoners love their jailers and never-ending lockdowns]. 

The main difference of the Off Guardian’s article is that they were able to get  responses from the authors of highly referenced COVID-19 articles. Moreover, Engelbrecht and Demeter delved deeper into the irrational test results returned by RT-PCR testing. 

This article is strong proof that the coronavirus panic is misplaced and constitutes prima facie evidence that high infection numbers are produced by more tests and not actual infections by the coronavirus. Therefore, continued lockdowns based on increasing number of infections must be stopped.

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