WTF?! Boston Univ. Creates COVID Superstrain, Combines Original Strain with Omicron Variant

Nick Kangadis | October 18, 2022
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Folks, at this point believe what you want. I’m just the messenger who likes to put a little stank on the facts. I, as well as MRCTV’s Gard Goldsmith, have been reporting FACTUALLY on the Chinese coronavirus, the Wuhan laboratory it most likely originated from and the subsequent “vaccine” that was trotted out to “allegedly” prevent transmission. We’ve used actual science, CDC reports, WHO reports and interviews with formerly highly respected doctors — who are no longer highly respected simply because they didn’t fall in line with “the message.”

So, for this next story, take it as a warning or completely ignore it. Again, I’m just the messenger.

Scientists/eugenicists at Boston University are under fire for taking multiple COVID strains and creating a reportedly deadlier strain. The Daily Mail is reporting that these scientists took the original Wuhan strain and combined it with the highly infectious Omicron variant to create a new strain that “killed 80 per cent of mice in a study.”

Now, of course, we don’t know how badly this man-made virus would affect actual human beings, but an 80 percent death rate in testing — even among mice — should be cause for concern.

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This is precisely the “science” that President Joe Biden’s outgoing COVID czar Dr. Anthony Fauci said wasn’t going on at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) that gave us COVID in the first place.

According to the Daily Mail report:

In the new research , which has not been peer-reviewed, a team of researchers from Boston and Florida extracted Omicron's spike protein — the unique structure that binds to and invades human cells. It has always been present but it has become more evolved over time. Omicron has dozens of mutations in its spike protein that made it so infectious. Researchers attached Omicron's spike protein to the original wildtype strain that first emerged in Wuhan at the start of the pandemic. The researchers looked at how mice fared under the new hybrid strain compared to the original Omicron variant.

Again, eight out of the 10 mice tested with the man-made strain died.

Hopefully, there’s no one at Boston University who has a major axe to grind and introduces this strain into the population. Even accidentally, messing around with viruses like the one they’ve reportedly just created is sketchy at best.


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