An expert referred to Health Canada’s confirmation on Thursday that Pfizer failed to inform public health authorities regarding the DNA contamination discovered in Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines as a “betrayal of epic proportions.”
Among the DNA-contaminated materials are the Simian Virus 40 (SV40) promoter and enhancer, both of which were not previously disclosed by Pfizer. Certain experts argue that their potential integration with the human genome could give rise to a cancer risk.
Health Canada, the national public health organization, informed The Epoch Times that while Pfizer had provided the complete DNA sequences of the vaccine at the time of submission, the manufacturer “did not specifically identify the SV40 sequence.”
“Health Canada expects sponsors to identify any biologically functional DNA sequences within a plasmid (such as an SV40 enhancer) at the time of submission,” it said.
Two scientists, Ph.D.s. Kevin McKernan and Phillip J. Buckhaults, uncovered bacterial plasmid DNA in the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines at concentrations potentially 18–70 times above the limits established by the European Medicines Agency and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Health Canada was compelled to acknowledge this by two scientists, McKernan and Buckhaults.
It was discovered that four outdated vials of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, which were “thought to only contain mRNA,” really contained “double-stranded DNA plasmids.”
Health Canada stated that while it “conducts an in-depth independent review” to ensure the vaccines meet “our high standards for safety, efficacy, and quality,” it does rely on manufacturer claims. “We have concluded that the risk/benefit profile continues to support the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine,” the agency said.
The argument is “silly, not believable, and not defendable,” according to Janci Lindsay, Ph.D., director of toxicology and molecular biology at Toxicology Support Services, who also stated that “We should not have to do the research that they should have done.”
“Why are the FDA, CDC [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] and the mainstream media still silent about this?” asked Steve Kirsch, founder of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation, adding that “the mainstream medical community is silent as well.”
Viral immunologist Dr. Byram Bridle of the University of Guelph in Canada reacted to Health Canada’s admission by stating on his Substack, “This admission is of epic proportions.”
Bridle wrote as well:
“One must wonder why Pfizer would not disclose the presence of a biologically functional DNA sequence to a health regulator. Pfizer was required to disclose to health regulatory agencies all of the bioactive sequences in the bacterial plasmid DNA that they used to manufacture their shots.”
According to Kirsch, if he had “participated in trying to analyze the vials,” he would have been threatened with incarceration and the poisoning “would have been discovered sooner by independent researchers.”
As a result of his attempts to conduct similar research, Bridle was banned from the University of Guelph’s office and laboratory for “818 total days.” Meanwhile, other researchers “have been the focus of attacks from many so-called’misinformation experts,’” even though none of them “have been able to refute their findings.”
#PlasmidGate: Scientists Around the World Have Now Found DNA in C-19 Vaccines
🇺🇸 Kevin McKernan: "It started with a group in Japan who took our sequence data, reassembled it, and actually found the same vector that we found."
— World Council for Health (WCH) (@FreeWCH) October 18, 2023
Plasmid DNA contamination ‘an ongoing problem’
“Residual DNA has been found in the Pfizer and Moderna — and more so Pfizer — products, in older and newer vials, including the adult monovalent XBB.1.5 [vaccine],” immunologist, biologist, and biochemist Jessica Rose, Ph.D., told The Defender.
This suggests that such contamination “is an ongoing problem,” according to Rose.
Rose claimed that McKernan “even looked at the Janssen [Johnson & Johnson vaccine] and discovered residual DNA at very high levels” in separate statements that she made on Wednesday on CHD.TV’s “Good Morning CHD.”
Buckhaults, according to Rose, “set out to prove [McKernan] wrong” but ultimately replicated his findings.