SC Senate Hearing on COVID Vaccine Policy and Scientific Implications

Dr. Phillip Buckhaults highlights policy issues and scientific implications of the COVID vaccine at the SC Senate Hearing, emphasizing the need for informed consent and DNA analysis.

00:00:00 A USC Professor discusses problems with the Pfizer vaccine and the need for improved regulatory oversight. The vaccine is contaminated with DNA and may be causing rare, serious side effects.

๐Ÿ”‘ Dr. Phillip Buckhaults is an expert in cancer genomics research and DNA sequencing.

๐Ÿ“š The Pfizer vaccine was effective in preventing deaths but did not stop the pandemic.

โš ๏ธ The Pfizer vaccine contains DNA contamination, possibly causing serious side effects.

00:05:00 An USC professor discusses the potential risks of DNA integration from the COVID-19 vaccine, including potential autoimmune responses and cancer. Sequencing of stem cell DNA is needed to determine the extent of this risk.

DNA from the vaccine can integrate into genomic DNA of cells and become a permanent fixture, posing a potential risk of genome modification and autoimmune response.

DNA has the potential to last for a lifetime, unlike RNA and proteins which are transient.

The small DNA pieces present in the vaccine increase the probability of genome modification in vaccinated individuals.

00:10:01 Dr. Phillip Buckhaults explains the presence of plasma DNA in the mRNA vaccine production process and suggests conducting tissue sample tests on vaccinated individuals.

๐Ÿ”ฌ The video discusses the process of using DNA sequencing to identify the source DNA and how it is used to create mRNA vaccines.

๐Ÿ’‰ The mRNA vaccine production process involves cloning PCR products into a plasmid vector and growing large quantities of plasma DNA in bacteria.

๐Ÿงช The video suggests checking vaccinated people for the presence of plasma DNA to assess potential risks.

00:15:01 Dr. Phillip Buckhaults discusses the integration of mRNA vaccines into stem cells and the need to remove DNA from the booster. He believes it's an inappropriate application of an old regulation and encourages further testing.

๐Ÿ”‘ The integration of mRNA vaccines into stem cells leaves a unique marker, allowing for clear proof of harm.

๐Ÿ’‰ There is a need to remove DNA from booster shots and future versions of mRNA vaccines to address potential risks.

๐Ÿงฌ The current regulation on DNA limits in vaccines is outdated and not applicable to the encapsulated nature of mRNA vaccines.

00:20:01 Summary: Dr. Phillip Buckhaults discusses policy issues and scientific implications of the COVID vaccine at the SC Senate Hearing, highlighting the need for informed consent and DNA analysis. No brand or sponsorship mentioned.

There are policy issues that can either support or hinder certain actions.

President Biden claimed the new COVID vaccine is effective, but there is no evidence to support this.

There is a need to ensure the absence of certain DNA in the vaccine and to inform people about associated risks.

The speaker recommends further investigation before endorsing the vaccine fully.

The majority of people received either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.

There should be better channels for experts to communicate concerns to relevant agencies.

00:25:00 SC Senate Hearing on the need to change regulations for handling the pandemic. The state was unprepared and relied on federal government without questioning. Suggestions to have state professionals investigate and test vaccines and treatments.

๐Ÿ”‘ The state was not prepared to handle the challenges of the pandemic, resulting in reliance on the federal government.

๐Ÿ’ก There is a need for better oversight and decision-making in state healthcare systems.

๐ŸŒ Financial support from federal sources often comes with compliance to federal narratives.

00:30:00 A USC professor discusses the need for unbiased vaccine research and the challenges of publishing negative results. Checking the vaccines takes about 3 hours and $100 per vial.

๐Ÿ”Ž Professors need protection to produce counter results without penalty.

๐Ÿ“š Negative findings are difficult to publish in academic science.

โฑ๏ธ Checking vaccines for harmful substances takes about 3 hours.

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