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CDC Cannot Back up its “Facts” Regarding Potential Genetic Mutation from Covid-19 Vaccines

(by Informed Consent Action Network) – The CDC has come up short again. This time, our attorneys simply asked it for “all documents relied upon” for its claims that the Pfizer and Moderna Covid shots do not affect a person’s genetic makeup.

Under the heading, Understanding Viral Vector COVID-19 Vaccines, the CDC website states the genetic material introduced into the body by these injections “does not integrate into a person’s DNA.” And on another page titled Understanding mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines, the CDC claims, “mRNA never enters the nucleus of the cell where our DNA (genetic material) is located, so it cannot change or influence our genes.”

In response to our FOIA demand for the documents the CDC relies upon to make these claims, the CDC shockingly replied: “A search of our records failed to reveal any documents pertaining to your request.” It helpfully suggested we return to its website for more information, or ask the FDA, while reminding us that its work “saves lives.” The response also states that “CDC conducts critical science and provides health information.”  Not so in this case.  It is truly incredible when a health authority states it has no documents it relied upon when making critical statements.

Potential damage to a person’s genetic code is a central worry among healthcare professionals and the public about a medical intervention rushed to market, heavily promoted by government and media messaging, and imposed with unprecedented levels of coercion. Of course, the ‘fact-checking’ industry has done its best to smother such warnings under a wet blanket of conspiracy name-calling, even after Pfizer’s own CEO, Albert Bourla, hailed mRNA injections as a doorway to “gene editing” in a November 2021 interview.

All we are asking of the CDC is to back up the claims on its own website – claims it states are “facts.”  Apparently, that’s too much to ask. Instead, the CDC is basically saying: we posted the statements on our website and the justification for that is, well, it’s on our website.  Translation: “because we said so.”  If it cannot do more than this circular game-playing, then the claims should be removed.

The CDC’s non-reply to us shows it is continuing to abdicate its responsibility to protect the public, and it adds weight to Dr. Robert Malone’s charge that the agency is “obscene” and a purveyor of “medical misinformation.” As he said in a recent interview, government employees now have a choice. “They can either be defendants, or they can be witnesses.”

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