US Rep. Trying To Stop Edible MRNA Vaccine Research…

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Thomas Massie after House Passes his Amendment to Prohibit USDA funding mRNA Vaccine Factories, ‘It’s a Dangerous Game’. “Scientists, funded with your tax dollars, are trying to turn edible plants like lettuce and spinach into mRNA vaccine factories. It’s dangerous to play God with our food.”

Rep Massie trying to stop Edible mRNA Vaccine Research…

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All I see is them trying to get us sick and dead in every possible way under the guise of trying to keep us “healthy”. If they really wanted to keep us “healthy”, why are not lining our streets with fresh organic food forests and creating self-sustainable housing, instead of turning all the cities into concrete radiation prison-cities? Why are they spending thousands a week watering roses in our local town instead of encouraging the community to grow their own fresh and healthy foods? Why is everything they invest in, making the world sicker? Anyway, I’m out of rant today; they’ve hijacked and weaponized all the terms we used to use that had common sense solutions and turned them into corporate prisons for the human slaves. I wish I would just start seeing common-sense health solutions instead of the charade of these billion-dollar bioweapons. (01) (02) (03) (04)

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I would like to report on my amendment which states that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to fund any grant related to any transgenic edible vaccine. Does the term transgenic edible vaccine sound far-fetched? Well, it’s not. We’re funding it. In fact, scientists from the University of California Riverside funded with your taxpayer dollars have been studying whether they can turn edible plants, such as lettuce and spinach, into RNA vaccine factories, thereby creating a transgenic edible vaccine.

One associate professor at UCR explained that ideally a single plant would produce enough mRNA to vaccinate a single person. We are testing this approach with spinach and lettuce, and have long-term goals of people growing it in their own gardens.

Farmers could also eventually grow entire fields of it. I don’t think this is a good idea. I don’t think the American people should be funding this. And I think, and I would hope, that we’ve learned something from the COVID experience with SARS-CoV-2, that some of our science projects aren’t the best ideas.

  • Emerging trends of edible vaccine therapy for combating human diseases especially COVID-19: Pros, cons, and future challenges (2022) (08)
    • Edible vaccines: In order to prepare the edible vaccine, the plant is genetically modified to express antigens in its edible part; when the edible part is consumed, it induces an immune response (Van Buren & Schaffner, 1991).
      • (YOU MEAN, IT POISONS US.) (09) (10)
    • Edible vaccines for hepatitis, diarrhea, rabies, cholera, and cystic fibrosis are under clinical trials (Qian et al., 2008; Tacket et al., 1998; Tacket et al., 2000).
    • As it is said, “Let thy food be thy medicine,” scientists suggest that vaccines against diseases can be produced by plants as potential source of natural recombinant vaccine. 

Well, my colleague on the other side of the aisle talks about keeping prices low. I think there’s more to it than that for the American people and he also speaks as if these vaccines, these transgenic edible plant vaccines, are only used for livestock. Well, in fact, they have been used for livestock. I’ll get to that in a second. But they’re also being used for people. That is the intended outcome of many of these programs that we are funding, funding with money from the USDA. What could possibly go wrong with this research? (11)

Well, we found out a few years ago when a biotech company was experimenting, growing in corn, a vaccine to keep pigs from getting diarrhoea. What happened? Well, the next year where the corn was grown, the prior year the corn came up, and it got co-mingled with soybeans that were being grown there. It contaminated 500 bushels of soybeans, which were then co-mingled with 500,000 bushels of soybeans. And those all had to be recalled and destroyed. Luckily, they caught it. (12)

Do we want humans eating vaccines that were grown in corn, meant to stop pigs from getting diarrhoea? I don’t think we want that to happen. Yet that almost happened, and it could happen.

There’s another case where the pollen, cross-contaminated another crop of corn, and 155 acres of corn had to be burned. What are the cases where we’re not discovering this?

I think it’s dangerous to play God with our food.

  • 2000-CORN/AIDS: ProdiGene announced that it had received a 2-year grant from the NIH to develop genetically enhanced corn that could serve as an oral delivery system for an AIDS vaccine(22)
  • 2005-RICE/ALLERGY: Rice-based edible vaccine (23)

I think we need a safe food supply and this is about food safety. Ultimately, the people in this country need to know what’s in their food and if we start contaminating the DNA of our food with DNA from other animals or viruses, the pollen could spread, and we don’t know what could happen, and I would hope we’ve learned a lesson from the Wuhan lab that sometimes things escape. Sometimes things don’t go as you plan and so that’s why I think it’s a bad idea to fund transgenic, edible plant vaccine research from the USDA. I urge adoption of my amendment.

The question is on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Kentucky. Those in favor say aye. Those opposed say no. In the opinion of the chair, the ayes have it. The amendment is agreed to.

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Rep. Thomas Massie has been talking about learning how to do your own at home gardening and off-grid living.Wow this is so inspiring, his story on how he got into government but also his home, his life…this shows that not all politicians are corrupt, some of them are trying to change things for the better…

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