What I’m about to lay out might seem “too staggering to believe.”
Fortunately, what people do or don’t believe isn’t the issue.
And with that, here we go. Buckle up.
For the past year, I’ve been presenting evidence that the SARS-CoV-2 virus doesn’t exist. It’s never been proven to exist. Those who claim it does exist have two legs to try to stand on. One: the virus has been isolated (discovered). And two: its genetic sequence has been found.
However, the mainstream scientific definition of “isolated” turns out to mean: “We have the virus in a soup in a dish in a lab. The soup contains all sorts of material. We never extracted the virus from the soup.” In other words, “isolated” means its opposite.
In the soup, in addition to the purported virus, there are human and monkey cells, toxic drugs, chemicals, and other genetic material. When the cells begin to die, researchers assert (with no proof) that the cause of cell-death must be the virus.
Therefore, the virus IS in the soup, and it is deadly. However, the drugs and chemicals could be killing the cells, and the cells are being starved of nutrients, so that could certainly account for their death.
Bottom line: There is no proof of isolation. It isn’t even close. There is no evidence that the purported virus is in the soup. I’ve published a typical account of virus-isolation from a study, and Dr. Andrew Kaufman did a step-by step analysis of this process and tore it to pieces. I published his analysis. Dr. Kaufman showed there was no merit to the claim that SARS-CoV-2 had been isolated.
What about the genetic sequencing of the virus? You can’t sequence something you haven’t isolated (discovered). To claim you have sequenced it would be like saying, “We have a generic fragment of iron dust, and we know it comes from a 1932 Ford Moon Rover fender.” There was never a 1932 Ford Moon Rover.