The latest episode of CHD.TV’s “Against the Wind” with host Dr. Paul Thomas featured an interview with Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D., senior research scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology who discussed the “stealth design” of messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines.
Thomas also interviewed Neil Z. Miller, medical research journalist, director of Think Twice Global Vaccine Institute and author of “Miller’s Review of Critical Vaccine Studies,” on his extensive research on the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) and COVID vaccines.
Thomas began the show with a big announcement: He is taking care of pediatric patients again. His medical license, suspended by the Oregon Medical Board days prior to publishing a vaccinated versus unvaccinated study, was reinstated in June.
Next, Thomas asked Seneff why doctors like Peter McCullough and scientists like herself believe mRNA vaccines pose more risks than benefits to everyone who receives them, including the elderly and children.
“I believe that they are extremely toxic and a lot of it has to do with all the manipulations that they made on the product. It’s a completely not-natural system. They’ve created this monster message RNA molecule that pretends to be human, but the changes that they made in the message RNA that would normally be a virus — they turned it into a human message RNA. That’s very important.”