A Pox on CDC Fakes: The Jynneos Vaccine Did Not Even Protect Monkeys from Monkeypox
Good try, CDC, rolling out your dangerous and ineffective vaccines to unsuspecting gay men—why do you do this to them?
Editor’s Note: This is a dispatch from Dr. Meryl Nass, a renowned Maine physician, anthrax and bioterrorism expert, ivermectin pioneer, and leading covid doctor and researcher who helped FLCCC.net develop long-haul treatment protocols. She writes Meryl’s COVID Newsletter ~ M.C
You won’t believe whose study in cynomolgus monkeys in 2008 showed that the Jynneos (aka MVA, MVA-BN, Imvamune, Imvanex) and Dryvax (the old NY Department of Health smallpox vaccine) did not prevent monkeypox lesions nor viremia in vaccinated monkeys. The monkeys didn’t die. I guess that is something. But almost nobody dies from monkeypox.
Maybe you will believe it. It was Fauci’s NIAID who found this out, of course, and published it in Proceedings of the National Academy of Science in 2008. My what a short memory the old man has. He loves giving experimental, dangerous vaccines to gay men. He loves the code of omertà (silence) that all the scientists he controls must keep, so none of them spill the beans about what the vaccines are really like.
Read the article yourself: the URL is right here:
Then decide if the public health agencies are making policies for your good health.
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