MAKING HISTORY: The WarRoom/DailyClout Pfizer Docs Analysis Reports

A Miraculous Undertaking

One year ago, Mr. Steve Bannon host of Bannon’s WarRoom and Dr. Naomi Wolf, published author and CEO of DailyClout, put out a joint call on Bannon’s WarRoom looking for volunteers to attempt to achieve a task of huge proportions. A judge had recently ordered Pfizer and the FDA to publicly release tens of thousands of pages of documentation they had used to assess the safety and efficacy of Pfizer’s mRNA COVID vaccine, thanks to a Freedom of Information request submitted by attorney Aaron Siri.

Of course, no one individual or even one organization could undertake the task of poring through piles of documents written in scientific jargon, looking for clues as to what, exactly, Pfizer and the FDA were trying to hide. When Mr. Bannon and Dr. Wolf put out a call for patriots to volunteer, American citizens answered the call, and the miraculous Warroom/DailyClout Pfizer Documents Analysis Reports project was born. Project Director Amy Kelly stepped into her new role creating order out of chaos, as volunteer forms poured in by the thousands.

When the fog cleared, Ms. Kelly found herself with 3,500 volunteers, made up of lawyers, doctors, scientists, data analysts, and other professional volunteers from a wide variety of industries. Ms. Kelly did an incredible job organizing the volunteers into teams and dividing the documents into sections for each team to study.

To date, the volunteers have published 64 reports that highlight the fraud of the mRNA vaccine campaign. The first 46 reports have been compiled into both an e-book and a paperback, which can be used in lawsuits, government testimonies, letters to universities that are still mandating the mRNA vaccine, and anywhere else that coerced people to participate.

Thousands of Americans have volunteered many hours of their time to put in the hard work on our behalf. The best way to express support and gratitude is to purchase the book and extra copies for others.

Buy it Here! 

In this video, Dr. Naomi Wolf and Project Manager Amy Kelly of DailyClout discuss the incredible journey of the last year, as well as some heartbreaking details that the volunteers have found about the mRNA vaccines in the Pfizer documents.


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3 Things You Need to Know About Treating Spike & Post-COVID Syndrome

Long after mask mandates, lockdowns, and vaccine requirements are little more than a distant memory, the legacy of COVID-19 and the COVID-19 vaccines will continue to haunt us in the form of spike protein.

Low energy, fatigue, brain fog, loss of taste – It’s been three years, and millions of Americans are still needlessly suffering from the long-term effects of COVID-19. What’s worse, these symptoms may be magnified if you were vaccinated

Dr. McCullough was one of the most outspoken and bravest leaders during the pandemic, and today he is continuing his work to keep Americans healthy and safe in this new post-pandemic era of spike protein.

COVID-19 expert Dr. Peter McCullough emphasizes the problem: 

Over three years into the pandemic with nearly the entire country having become sick with SARS-CoV-2, a virus engineered to invade the body, there are millions suffering with long-hauler syndrome. Approximately half of patients admitted to the ICU with COVID-19 will have post-COVID syndrome which is now understood to be due to persistence of the SARS-CoV-2 Spike protein within cells, tissues, and organs. Those vaccinated have been additionally loaded with Spike, so may have even a worse course with prolonged symptoms including fatigue, lethargy, brain fog, muscle loss, skin and hair changes, sleeplessness, and effort intolerance. The magnitude of the problem has driven an all-encompassing search for management strategies to resolve the syndrome(s).

Despite censorship and continued denial by the mainstream medical community, solutions exist. Dr. Peter McCullough notes the following potential remedies: 

  • Prescription Ivermectin 
  • Prescription Low-Dose Naltrexone 
  • Over-the-counter Nattokinase 

In particular, Nattokinase shows great promise. From Dr. McCullough:  

I have found nattokinase, the Japanese product derived from natto (a traditional Japanese food made from whole soybeans that have been fermented with Bacillus subtilis var. natto.) to be the most compelling and scientifically supported approach to clear Spike protein out of the body via proteolytic degradation.

Dr. Peter McCullough and his team at The Wellness Company designed an optimized Nattokinase-based supplement, Spike Support, to help you feel your best. That supplement includes:

  • Nattokinase to aid with circulation and dissolve spike protein 
  • Dandelion for a detoxifying agent and prevent spike protein cellular binding 
  • Black sativa to help facilitate cellular repair 
  • Green tea for added defenses at the cellular level through scavenging for free radicals 
  • Irish sea moss to help rebuild damaged tissue and muscle 


Here is one of Dr. McCullough’s colleagues, Dr. Jen VanDeWater, talking about all the elements of The Wellness Company’s Spike Support Formula:

According to The Wellness Company, purchasing all the separate ingredients of the Spike Support Formula would be over $100 – you can save 36% with the unique formulation in The Wellness Company’s Spike Support Formula.

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Why Conservatives Must Embrace Local Agriculture, Reject Climate Alarmism, and Lead an Environmental Revival – An Excerpt From Upcoming Book “Small Farm Republic”

The following is an excerpt from John Klar’s upcoming book,
Small Farm Republic: Why Conservatives Must Embrace Local Agriculture, Reject Climate Alarmism, and Lead an Environmental Revival

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Covid has revealed numerous food distribution vulnerabilities unaddressed by the 2016 [Republican] platform, which also does not present a plan for the steady spikes in inflation in food prices that will be the new normal. Layers of price-inflated fossil fuels and (fossil-fuel-based) fertilizers, and other inflating agriculture inputs, will compound inflationary impacts in foods. Americans could be suffering severe economic hardship, malnutrition, and even starvation if and when food costs comprise 20% percent or 30% percent of their monthly budgets instead of the 10% percent to which they are accustomed. There is a very real risk of a jump to 50% percent or more of household budgets for basic groceries, and even widespread food shortages—aggravated by hoarding and theft.


The Republican Party must steer its policies with foresight toward responding to these very real problems, rather than wait until 2024 to dabble with another quixotic, disconnected, faux environmental policy prescription. America’s conservatives must stake their political futures with working-class rural Americans, not corporate elites and billionaires. Regenerative agricultural policies, reduced regulation, and support for rural farming communities and family farms offer an agricultural policy pathway to economic, human, and environmental health, but also political success for conservatives. These proposals affirm traditional conservative values that include supporting small businesses and their economic importance for America. The widely dispersed smallholdings favored by Jefferson and the distributists remain the strongest bulwark against industrial domination and government totalitarianism. This foundation resists the vagaries of both capitalism and communism. But more, it rests on traditionally espoused conservative values. Republicans must return to that legacy from which they have strayed.


The past century witnessed a relentless tightening of government regulatory control of nearly every morsel of food grown locally, while rapidly and recklessly expanding access to dubiously labeled foreign-sourced foods that often lack thorough regulatory oversight. Family farms have all but vanished and local landscapes have grown back in scrub brush and woods, or worse—“development.” And the citizenry is being made ill by it all.


Republicans must get food and sustainable agriculture right. Prices of basic foods have already risen much faster than base inflation rates, and this will worsen as the Biden post-CovidOVID spending infusions dilute the money supply. It is likely the government will issue more debt-fueled “relief,” but this will instead fuel yet more inflation. There may well be food riots in American streets such as have not been seen since revolutionary times, when more than thirty local food riots occurred from 1775 to 1779, fueling the American Revolution.


Restoring rural communities begins with subsidies for small-scale and regenerative farming practices instead of for monocultures and Chinese solar panels. When small families can afford to live in rural areas—and wish to—businesses that serve farmers and also these rural consumers will also return to rural towns,; schools will grow in enrollment, and rural communities will thrive. The family farm is the foundation of soil stewardship as well as community, and that merits saving.


A local food supply is also the best defense against tyranny. That was as true for the American colonists against the British Crown as it is for today’s patriots. And once again, it’s a win-win. Trustworthy governments should encourage self-reliance and food security for their populace, not compel servitude to corporate hegemony.


Eliminating subsidies over time for large-scale, soil-wrecking monoculture production is a necessity, along with paring back overly burdensome agriculture regulations. Targeted credits and subsidies will profoundly motivate Americans to consider economically viable, healthy living in the diverse and beautiful landscapes that crave human nurturing and regeneration.


Humans rebel against being converted to a CAFO life. Just like cows, they are happier, healthier, and more balanced with the ecosystem only when they are out on the land. The policies proposed will do more than just restore fair opportunities for small-scale farmers: they will help all Americans weather future storms of inflation or food scarcity, as growing one’s own food is the strongest possible hedge fund against a weak currency.


There are a number of potential food supply crises that face America, linked to soil erosion and water supplies, but also to currency strength, fossil fuel market volatility, world war, and other potential threats. A land-based (agrarian) rural population is more resilient to such blows and serves as a resource for urban as well as rural Americans.

Conservatives and liberals must unite to support small farms and local food production. 


There is no need to embrace global warming or even carbon dioxide as the culprit for conservatives to see the many benefits that follow. Democrats can fight the climate change battle separately while concurring in the many benefits proffered by a Republican policy initiative favoring regenerative practices and local agriculture. Should the nation quickly achieve consensus on chemical reduction and regenerative agriculture, the benefits would soon prove themselves: rural economic growth; healthier food supplies, and thus healthier people and less-costly care; improved soil retention and healthier soils; cleaner water and reduced stress on aquifers; reduced overall government spending on agriculture subsidies; reduced fossil fuel, and fertilizer, and other chemical inputs; and reduced dependency on foreign food, fuels, fertilizers, and other agricultural inputs. Additionally, carbon dioxide in the atmosphere could be measurably reduced (offsetting the surge of its production via solar panel and EV manufacturing!).


The political import of these proposals is to unite Americans strongly along policy priorities, on the eve of a growing crisis of sustained food-price inflation and in the midst of a highly -polarized political climate. This makes local agriculture urgent, but no less political. More people could die in a month in America from an abrupt interruption in commerce than have succumbed to Covid through the entire pandemic.


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St. Michael’s College Segregated Me From My Peers for Refusing COVID Vaccines

For declining to take the COVID-19 vaccines, Lauren Palmer was treated like a pariah in her once beloved community at St. Michael’s College. As a result, she was forced to withdraw and while she is thriving at her new university, she is compelled to remind St Michael’s of the damage they caused in refusing to seek the truth, in coercing their community to take vaccines not supported by science and in their complete failure to live up to the mission they so boldly claim to uphold.

To the St. Michael’s College Administration,

My name is Lauren Palmer. I am a previous St. Michael’s College student. I transferred to St. Mike’s in the fall of 2020. I withdrew in August 2021 after St. Mike’s announced its Covid-19 vaccine mandate and continued mask mandate for unvaccinated students. I did not believe in the safety of these vaccines and did not feel comfortable taking one, and—even with an exemption—special regulations for unvaccinated students meant I had no autonomy on campus. Because of my “vaccine status,” I was both segregated from my peers and denied opportunities I would otherwise have enjoyed taking part in. I withdrew only after long consideration and considerable grief. Before I left, I wrote several letters asking the administration and Covid policy group on campus to reconsider its mandates, providing a number of the most recent studies, including the CDC’s and WHO’s own statistics. Each of these correspondences received only generic dismissals.

I am no longer a current student at St. Mike’s, but the college and the decisions of the administration around Covid-19 have had a continued impact on my life. I have spent much of the last two years coming to terms with this impact, and I write today to express what I can through this letter. I speak here only from my personal experience, not as an expert in anything beyond my own story, and as someone who once loved St. Mike’s. This letter is addressed equally to the college’s administration, to several of my former professors whose classes I had the pleasure of attending, and to a handful of others whom I came to know at St. Mike’s (should there be any not included in this email who ought to be, I welcome you to pass my words on)—I hope there may be some among you that take the time to fully read the following and that it may provoke a reconsideration of the events of the past three years. No student, faculty, or staff member should have had to face the decision between compromising their beliefs and leaving a place which had become like home; I hope my experiences as described below may begin to shed light on the long-term effects of these Covid-19 policies that especially students, both at St. Mike’s and across the country, were forced to confront.

I transferred to St. Mike’s in the fall of 2021, having already completed a year of credits at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. I chose St. Mike’s for its emphasis on the humanities and its commitment to a more classical education, as well as its small size which I felt would allow me to get to know my peers and professors better. I took a year off after withdrawing from St. Mike’s before deciding to reapply to new schools. I am now in my second semester at the University of Vermont, studying Classics and Asian Studies. I have about a year of courses left which I still need to complete to fulfil UVM’s core requirements as well as my major and minor programs.

I was, at St. Mike’s, not only an Honors student but also a coach-in-training at the Writing Center, a student employee at Durick Library, and an upcoming Residential Assistant. I organized several meetings for fellow transfer students to get acquainted with each other, and I was an active participant in every course I took, both inside and outside of class time. Had I stayed at St. Mike’s, I might have pursued involvement in the theatre as well. I willingly gave up these positions and opportunities with my withdrawal, and I stand by this decision. But I think it is important to understand that, while this decision was my own, I would never have had to make it if vaccine and masking mandates had not made this decision necessary. I left behind three jobs, I left behind friends and professors, and I left behind a learning environment which I felt, at least at that time, encouraged and nourished my love of learning. I am 25 this month—I would have been graduating this spring in just under two months. I will now no longer be a graduate at the place that I had once thought would become my alma-mater.

These were only logistical changes, however. The administration’s decisions around Covid-19 went far beyond this.

The decisions of the college shook my faith in humanity. They challenged my convictions about the human ability to overcome selfishness and fear in favor of love. And they devastated my belief in institutions like St. Mike’s which had professed to seek truth but only proved their ability to uphold blind injustice.

I have seen the worst of human viciousness and unkindness in the past three years, the frightening ease with which good people become tyrants. I used to wonder how terrible things happen—events like the Holocaust or the Chinese Cultural Revolution. I realize now it is the ordinary people possessed by a great fear who propagate such terrors. The worst events of history have happened because of the complacency and willingness of the majority: the reason that the practice of slavery in America was able to survive for so many decades was due to the arrogant belief of the majority that it was okay to own people and treat them as nothing more than animals. The Holocaust began with propaganda saying the Jews needed to be segregated because of the threat of disease, and the majority did not question this. The Cultural Revolution, aided by a decade long climate of fear, began with a series of articles published by Mao Zedong asking student activists to call out intellectual traitors in their society—photos from the time show professors, crowned with paper hats spelling their “wrongdoings,” bowed amidst crowds of cheering youths, madness in their eyes. That same madness reflected in their eyes is what shows today in ours. Only a society which is possessed by such a madness can have convinced itself that dividing and hurting any part of its community is a righteous cause.

Because of the decisions of our society today, I, like many other students who refused the Covid vaccine, was segregated from my peers. I was denied opportunities or told that I had to follow a list of restrictions in order to be eligible to participate. I could not live on campus over the summer. I could not participate in a student photoshoot for school publications. In order to work at the library, I was told to remain masked despite the rest of the employees and patrons having the freedom to choose. I faced walking onto campus each day not knowing what someone else might say to me about my vaccine status—wondering what names I might be called or what looks of disapproval I might meet. Because of these decisions of the college and society, I have watched close friends and classmates, faced with the choice the mandates forced them to make, crushed by betrayal and fear. I have watched some turn on their own friends or family with an unkindness I would never have believed possible. I have watched the souls of others die as they agreed to a mandate they knew went against their own conscience—feeling they had no other way. They should never have had to make that decision. None of us should have had to.

As a private college, I understand that you had and have more freedom to make these decisions than public schools. I also understand that, whether or not you had that freedom, it ought to have been your prerogative—as an institution which teaches its students about the right to autonomy and critical thought—to defend the rights of every student, faculty member, and staff to choose, a right owed to us as human beings which the Declaration of Independence, and even if not the Declaration of Independence at least our humanity, once guaranteed. You chose not to defend this right. And even if you had not agreed, as you proved, and even if every other person on the planet were saying that you were right and students like me were wrong, you ought to have given us the chance to speak. You ought to have given every student like me with concerns an open platform and listened not with a pre-determined answer, but with an honest ear. The silent condemnation you chose to serve to students like me is one of the worst acts you could have committed.

In future, therefore, I hope you will reconsider what it is that St. Mike’s stands for and whether you are indeed brave enough to uphold those ideals. I believed St. Mike’s to be a place of true integrity and learning, but you have betrayed, at least for me, the promise you swore to uphold as a place of true learning and, in doing so, you have betrayed in yourselves your own humanity. St. Mike’s professes to celebrate civil rights and liberty, but, from what I have seen of the college’s actions, you can be said to be little better than those who stood on the side-lines and watched while the police brutally attacked Martin Luther King’s march outside of Selma, Alabama on Bloody Sunday.

I believe it is at the beginning of the year that every student is required to take a Sexual Assault Prevention training. In that training, one of the central messages: “Don’t be a bystander.” Being a bystander is as much a choice as being a perpetrator. Yet the only feedback I received from St. Mike’s administration previously was that they were following guidelines, despite conflicts in the emerging scientific findings and perhaps too despite personal conscience. I can only say that your being a bystander to this situation was a choice too, and one not without consequences. I hope you may, therefore, find it in your hearts to recognize, in order that the future may be proven better than the past, the freedoms you have squashed, the dreams of your students which you have asked us to change, and the fear which you have empowered to run rampant. I hope you come to realize the enormous effect you have on every students’ life who steps onto your campus and walks through your halls. And I hope you understand fear, not health, not love, not kindness, has been at the center of these last three years. Love does not discriminate. Kindness does not turn a blind eye to the pleas of others, friend or enemy. Compassion does not encourage its community to shun and openly criticize certain of its members. If you truly wanted to protect our health, you would have educated your students with good food, encouraged time outside, allowed an open platform for discussion and the presentation of research, and protected our mental well-beings by allowing us a voice, not masking and shutting us down.

Given the responses I received two years ago, I do not hold much hope that many who read this will truly understand what I am asking, but perhaps enough time has passed now; I believe there must be some out there who have not forgotten their humanity and their compassion altogether. I must have faith that there are some left in whom the spirit of those like Gandhi and Thich Nat Han still lives.

I assume that the Covid-19 vaccine and booster is still mandated at St. Mike’s as it is today at UVM. I was able to get an exemption, though I know many students who either were not aware of this option or felt they would be denied—both at St. Mike’s and at UVM. I hope that, if this is still the case, you may take my letter and explore for yourself the new research being published about the vaccines as evidence that the Covid-19 vaccine should not be on the list of vaccines mandatory to attend St. Michael’s. I hope that, for those of you in the administration, you may take it upon yourselves to make an official apology to students affected by your mandates and that you take a hard look at the principles you purport to be built on and ask yourselves whether or not you have, indeed, upheld them. I hope that others who read this may take my experiences into consideration and may find the courage to support students of all voices by speaking up beside us in the future. We should never have needed to mask. We should never have been asked to vaccinate upon punishment of discrimination or withdrawal. Now, two years later, Covid is still around us yet the masks are off, never mind the continued questionability of vaccine efficacy and safety. Little to nothing has changed between today and two years ago about Covid itself besides your mandates, so I hope that alone may make you think twice about what you choose to do next time. It was not Covid but these mandates that empowered fear and unkindness to run unchecked in our community.

You do not know how many good students you have lost because of those mandates, nor do you probably realize how many others you have and are losing now by upholding these requirements even into today. My generation begins to look much like that World War I generation of young people who lost their souls, if not their bodies, to a terrible war. I can only say that, for my part, I do not intend to let my generation be another lost generation. There are students like me all across the world, affected by these mandates, who are now taking back the dreams and hopes for the future which colleges tried to steal when asking us to mask ourselves everyday and to stay inside, to stay away and to be silent.

There is a bench across the road from the college’s main entrance, overlooking the mountains. There is a quote inscribed on that bench by the poet Hafiz: “I wish I could show you when you are lonely or in darkness the astonishing light of your own being.” I hope you get a chance to go sit on that bench someday soon, if it is still there—I believe it must be. I would not want any other young man or woman to face the decisions and the trials I have faced in the past three years, but I must also thank these experiences for the strength they have given me. I must thank St. Mike’s in the end for teaching me the true meaning of Hafiz’ quote too, for it, if nothing else, has taught me, to paraphrase the words of an anonymous author, how to witness great darkness but not to let it consume my light—how, indeed, to recognize my own great light even in the midst of this great darkness.

I hope that someday you may come to understand the experiences I have expressed above—the experiences which are not only mine but all of my generations’—and that the horrible acts of the past three years need not to repeat themselves again.

Thank you sincerely for your time,

Lauren Elise Palmer

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Nearly 80 Percent of American Voters Support Boycotting Chinese Made Products in Response to Aggressive Behavior of Chinese Communist Party

Strong Bipartisan Majority Supports Limiting U.S. Dependence on Chinese Manufacturing


(Austin, TX—March 30, 2023) Convention of States Action, in partnership with The Trafalgar Group—one of America’s most accurate pollsters—is releasing the results of a new national survey. Results were from surveys conducted March 20th through March 22nd of over 1,000 likely general election voters.

“Previous polling we conducted have repeatedly shown that Americans are taking the threat from the Chinese Communist Government seriously and want President Biden and the U.S. government to take decisive action in containing the threat from China,” said Mark Meckler, President of Convention of States. “What is notable in this poll though is that Americans are so concerned about the threat posed by the Chinese government that they are willing to take action themselves to restrict China’s manufacturing monopoly that feeds the CCP beast. We have reached a national moment of awareness and understanding.”

For complete details on the poll, including graphics, please visit:

KEY INSIGHT: Overwhelming Majority of American Voters Say They Would Be Willing to Stop Buying Chinese Manufactured Products in Response to CCP’s Aggressive Behavior and to Lessen America’s Dependence on Chinese Products:

  • 78.7 percent of voters say they would be willing to stop purchasing Chinese products as a means to help counter the aggressive actions of the Chinese Communist Party, and lessen America’s dependence on Chinese manufacturing.

  • 10 percent of voters say they would not be willing to stop purchasing Chinese products as a means to help counter the aggressive actions of the Chinese Communist Party, and lessen America’s dependence on Chinese manufacturing.

  •  11.4 percent are not sure.

KEY INSIGHT: Bipartisan Majority Supports Boycotting Chinese Products in Response to CCP’s Aggressive Behavior and to Lessen America’s Dependence on Chinese Products:

  • 74.2 percent of Democratic voters say they would be willing to stop purchasing Chinese products as a means to help counter the aggressive actions of the Chinese Communist Party, and lessen America’s dependence on Chinese manufacturing. 10.5 percent are not willing and 15.4 percent are not sure.

  • 92.1 percent of Republican voters say they would be willing to stop purchasing Chinese products as a means to help counter the aggressive actions of the Chinese Communist Party, and lessen America’s dependence on Chinese manufacturing. 1.9 percent are not willing and 6 percent are not sure.

  • 67.1 percent of Independent voters say they would be willing to stop purchasing Chinese products as a means to help counter the aggressive actions of the Chinese Communist Party, and lessen America’s dependence on Chinese manufacturing. 19 percent are not willing and 13.9 percent are not sure.

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Renz Missouri House Testimony – BioTech Admits Gate’s GMO Factory Food IS a Gene Therapy

Plus the CDC KNEW the Vax Kills 1000+ per day!

Originally Published on Tom’s Newsletter

Photo by Diana Polekhina on Unsplash

This has been a monumental week for the truth and freedom movement in our ongoing war against the WEF/CCP/Gates Foundation/etc. Here are just a few highlights:

  1. I had an opportunity to get incredibly important information about the DoD involvement with the creation of SARS-COV-2 and the vaccines on the official record in the state of Missouri;
  2. I was able to put on record that the DMED data has yet to be refuted under oath or where a penalty of perjury would apply by the DoD it accuses of killing it’s own soldiers;
  3. Daniel Horrowitz (if you do not follow Daniel’s work please do – he is an incredible journalist) uncovered and reported that the CDC expected over 1000 adverse events per day to be reported to VAERS per a FOIA document (see the article here). How much clearer can it be that the CDC and big pharma worked together to push a product for profit despite the fact that these products were incredibly dangerous? This is even more damning when you consider that these same people intentionally stoked fear in the public over a disease roughly as dangerous as the seasonal flu;
  4. Redfield has admitted that, not only was SARS-COV-2 created in a lab using gain of Function research but also that this research is going on and WILL be the cause of the next great pandemic. He also called Fauci a liar (see this article for a summary); and
  5. The biotech lobbyists admitted that GMO food like the type Bill Gates wants to manufacture in factories WILL actually alter your genetic code!!!

Here is the press release posted on & regarding this testimony:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Biotech lobbyists in Missouri opposed to the HB1169 Gene Therapy Disclosure & Informed Consent Bill ADMIT that GMO food like the type Bill Gates is pushing to manufacture in factories WILL alter your genetics – ARE THESE FOODS GOING TO BE THE NEXT mRNA VACCINES?

HB1169 in Missouri would require disclosure of any product that would produce impacts on the human body similar to a gene therapy drug as well as requiring informed consent disclosure to include all risks and benefits – including adverse events of special interest. The language of the bill can be found at Naturally, big Pharma and their associates oppose disclosure and informed consent.

During official testimony in the Missouri House on the bill the lobbyists for BioTech and WashU (I believe) in Missouri went on record to admit that GMO foods do in fact impact people’s genetic code. They actually opposed the bill on the basis that this law would require them to admit that all of their GMO products ARE in fact impacting people’s genetic code. There was no discussion as to how substantial the impact was or what studies were being done to ensure these modifications were not causing long-term health effects.

This SHOCKING admission is critical in light of the Gates Foundation/WEF push to begin producing all meats and dairy products in factories. If a basic GMO food can cause modification of our genome what could an entirely manufactured food do? Further, do we trust the same people to ensure these products are safe and effective that told us the COVID vaccines would stay in the injection site, have minimal side effects, and prevent the spread of COVID despite admitting to the European Union that they never studied the vaccine’s ability to stem the spread of COVID?

Also in this testimony Renz was able to include discuss the DMED data, DoD involvement with the development of COVID, the DoD involvement with the COVID vaccines, and MUCH more.

The fact that anyone would oppose an informed consent and disclosure bill is shocking enough, but to do so based on the fact that the presentation of this bill has forced the lobbyists to admit that they are already aware that their products have an impact on our genome is incredible. It also leads to several critical questions:

  1. How substantial is the impact of GMO foods on the human genome?
  2. Given that only 2% of our genome is understood (much of the rest is known as the “dark genome” because it’s purpose is not known – see here) how do we know what health impacts the modifications of these unnatural substances are having?
  3. Is or are any of the engineered foods we are being fed being designed with the intent to modify human genetics and if so how?
  4. Given that it is now well established that foods have the potential to act as mRNA carriers, is that happening or are their plans to make foods into mRNA vaccines (here is an article that almost makes this question rhetorical)?
  5. If a GMO food is being designed with the intent to modify or knowledge that it will facilitate a modification to the person that ingests it wouldn’t that food be subject to medical rules of informed consent?
  6. Why haven’t the Department of Health and Human Services, the CDC, FDA, and other relevant regulatory bodies informed the public of the potential for these foods to alter genetic makeup?
  7. Are agricultural producers civilly liable already for the potential negative health consequences of GMO foods in light of these admissions (I look forward to filing THAT lawsuit and hope any doctor/scientist with evidence related to the question contacts me)?

There are many more questions I have but the simple reality is that these lobbyists unwittingly admitted that their clients may be civilly liable for injury on a level beyond comprehension. What is the value of maintaining your genome? If someone manufactured something that modifies your genetics and didn’t tell you what is their liability? How much greater will the damages be if those changes result in negative health consequences? For any big trial firm that is interested I’m happy to consult on the case (I’ll be filing eventually regardless but if someone can get there before me I’ll be happy to help them just so I can see it happen).

In case anyone is wondering why I do not get asked to testify more frequently or why the US House has avoided asking me to testify in the COVID hearings despite my obvious relevance to the topic, look no further than to what I just did in Missouri. The democrats hate me, the RINOs hate me worse, and the only people I care to fight for are the American people. That means that my testimony will ALWAYS reveal a LOT of inconvenient truths and there are VERY few politicians that want unfettered truth.

You can find my complete testimony here and know that I have a lot more coming. This fight is only just warming up for me and I WILL see accountability for these globalist dirtbags that are seeking to destroy America for their benefit.

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The Greatest Crime In Human History Ever Recorded Is Coming Soon in Paperback Form

The damning information that Pfizer, and as such, what the FDA knew, and wanted to keep hidden for 75 years, has been thoroughly documented and compiled into a paperback book.

These important summaries, which detail astonishing ranges of deaths, disabilities, and other systematic harms to subjects, contain vastly important headlines: twenty forms of menstrual damage to women — how Pfizer covered up a flood of adverse events — PEG in breast milk — within a month of rollout, Pfizer knew the mRNA vaccines did not work.

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