Kingston Discusses mRNA

40 Minutes

Dr. Andrew Kaufman interviews Karen Kingston who understands the history and construction of the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA injections and various components including graphene oxide, hydrogel, and lipid nanoparticles.

Karen Kingston is a former Pfizer employee and current analyst for the pharmaceutical and medical device industries who has researched the mRNA 'vaccines' in great depth. She gives a very good explanation of how the gene therapy works, and why it is definitely something other than a vaccine.

See also: Stew Peters Interviews Karen Kingston

Vaccine Definition

Most people understand a vaccine to be a killed or weakened microbe that is administered in order to stimulate the immune system against that microbe, thereby preventing infection and stopping it from spreading throughout the population. These things called 'vaccines' do not fit that description, since they do not contain the COVID-19 virus, do not create immunity to infection, and do nothing to prevent such infections from spreading. They are far better described as "gene therapy products":

However, you may have noticed that the definition of vaccine is already starting to change, to now encompass gene therapy so that these injections can piggy-back on the reputation vaccines have built up over the years. In a few months, medical practitioners will be able to honestly say that "vaccines aren't what they used to be."

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Posted: August 4, 2021
Updated: January 3, 2022