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Jan 17, 2023Liked by Jessica Rose

It was a 'too good to be true' situation. The testing for safety was impossible to accomplish. Then think about production of so damn many vials of product in such a short timeframe, that too was impossible because of the quality level needed. Thank you Jessica for providing details and explanation on this mRNA poison.

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Jan 17, 2023Liked by Jessica Rose

Not too much of a conflict of interest, huh? Dr. Rose asks, Are you willing to bet the lives of millions of recipients of this product on this finding?" Someone from Pharma answered, "YES". Actually, I'm pretty sure that bet has already been placed.

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Jan 17, 2023Liked by Jessica Rose

You lost me at: “mRNA vaccines have been established as a safe and effective modality, thanks in large part to the expedited development and approval of COVID-19 vaccines.” 😂🙄🤪

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hahahaa

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There are two classes of “Safe and Effective”: Astra-Zeneca and Pfizzer/Moderna.

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Jan 17, 2023Liked by Jessica Rose

Hi Jessica! Excellent substack as usual. However, you have your date wrong for the study by one year. Publish date 1/12/23.

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thank you :)

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Jan 17, 2023Liked by Jessica Rose

Lining their ducks up for the days in court? How could you possibly try a fraud case of this kind to a judge and a jury of *normal* laymen and women? Jury stacked with micro biologists? All picked by lawyers? A judge who is a PHD? Would love to read the transcripts from the big case they lost.

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Jan 17, 2023Liked by Jessica Rose

Very well done and said!

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They're covered under the PREP Act for negligence. As for fraud, unless they have specific intent to do harm - instead of just making money and harms result from their reckless acts - they're covered as well. https://streamfortyseven.substack.com/p/the-prep-act-and-covid-19-limiting

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Jan 17, 2023Liked by Jessica Rose

Jan 12, 2023?

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yes. my brain hasn't caught up to the new year yet :)

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Thank you - thank you a million times over - you brought back my brainpower reintroducing me to my several years ago usage of WB’s, HPLC, the resins, etc..

I expect it will all boil down to one or soon to be recognized as most inept study design and some of most obviously shoddy QC and production work in history.

It will all be covered as previous comments by the “need to get this out asap so we can rake in the $$ and this is all just small mistakes” no need to go thru this - it’s all explainable (ie., easily lied about to a gullible MSM and supported by billions in payoffs).

Nothing to see here - move along folks.....

The clicks you hear are the magazines being loaded and the rustle of the ropes being unfurled.

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Somewhat offtopic (well, so many pathological pathways, what is off-topic, really?) - Phosphatidylethanolamine - another hypothesis on rapid onset of thrombosis. You've written about LNP in the past, but maybe there is something new for you in there: https://cgrace.substack.com/p/hypothesis-a-potential-mechanism

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