MANY women are posting reports of disrupted and unusual menstrual cycles, heavy bleeding, and miscarriages. What’s more, some of these women haven’t received the COVID vaccine, but they’ve been in close contact with others who have been vaccinated—leading to the question:
Can the COVID vaccine (which is actually an experimental genetic treatment) “shed” something harmful that can be passed from person to person? Perhaps that sounds impossible, but in the world of genetics, much can go wrong.
In fact, for the past 25 years, we’ve had an illustration of shedding right in front of our eyes: GMO crops. If you recall, Monsanto assured one and all that these crops—genetically engineered to survive the sprayed herbicide Roundup—would flourish, while weeds would succumb to the chemical.
So what actually happened? The weeds were resistant and became super-giants. And the Monsanto genes drifted from farm to farm, contaminating crops that were never meant to be engineered.
The Monsanto genes were “shed” and they spread. This spread was not only the result of obvious cross-pollination. Bacteria in the soil, and in human digestive systems, also picked up and incorporated the Monsanto genes.
Why couldn’t “shed and spread” occur with a genetic COVID vaccine?