Originally published September 18, 2023 8:42 am PDT
A recent testimony to the South Carolina Senate has brought to light concerns regarding the Pfizer mRNA COVID-19 vaccine.
Professor Dr. Phillip Buckhaults, an expert in cancer genomics and a professor at the University of South Carolina, expressed alarm about the presence of plasmid DNA in the vaccine.
According to Dr. Buckhaults, this DNA contamination might be linked to certain severe side effects.
“The Pfizer vaccine is contaminated with plasmid DNA, it’s not just mRNA,” Dr. Buckhaults stated during his testimony before the South Carolina Senate Medical Affairs Ad-Hoc Committee.
He emphasized the difference between RNA and DNA, explaining, “It’s different from RNA because it can be permanent.”
He suggested that one of the serious implications of this DNA presence could be “death from cardiac arrest” and went on to explain the potential risk this poses.
“This DNA can and likely will integrate into the genomic DNA of cells that got transfected with the vaccine mix,” he said.
The implications of DNA integration can be profound.
Dr. Buckhaults raised a concern, pointing out that this could “cause theoretically” a “sustained autoimmune attack towards that tissue.”
He didn’t stop there.
He also shed light on the long-term implications, stating, “It’s also a very real theoretical risk of future cancer in some people.”
In his testimony, Dr. Buckhaults shared a staggering number that puts the gravity of the situation into perspective. “There’s probably about 200 billion pieces of this plasmid DNA in each dose of the vaccine.”
Closing his testimony, Dr. Buckhaults concluded, “This is a bad idea.”