Dr. Peter Breggin: More infectious COVID variants might be concocted in a lab – Brighteon.TV
Dr. Peter Breggin has floated the possibility that the more infectious variants of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) are being made in a laboratory.
"The whole plan is constant terror, threats and fears," he said during the July 20 episode of "ReFounding America" on Brighteon TV
. He said the COVID-19 vaccines are actually mutation generators
Breggin pointed out that the vaccines provide a rom for mutations because they are not eradicating the virus. They're giving the virus a chance to react and evolve, paving the way for new variants.
The virus that makes it to Earth in the evolutionary process is the one that kills fewer people but spreads more rapidly. And one of the ways you spread more rapidly is by not killing off your host too soon.
"So the tendency is for a variant that comes out of another virus to be less lethal, but more able to infect people. And it's very possible that some of these [variants] are lab-made," he said.
His guest, Christian patriot and podcaster JD Rucker, agreed. He noted that the omicron variant is widely considered as the most contagious, with governments all over the world getting ready to revive the mask mandates because of it.
"However, the thing that is the most concerning is the fact that they're talking about having an omicron-specific vaccine. This means that if you've been double jab, triple, jab, quadruple jab, that doesn't matter. You start at square one," Rucker said.
On June 30, the Food and Drug Administration
recommended that Big Pharma companies like Pfizer and Moderna move ahead with developing omicron-specific booster shots
for the coming fall.
Both companies have already started designing boosters based on omicron's BA.1 and BA.2 subvariants, but the FDA is encouraging them to create new booster formulations targeting omicron's newer, more infectious BA.4 and BA.5 subvariants.
JD Rucker said it is already a well-known fact that the vaccines are not protecting people against the virus. As a result, the globalists are preparing the public to start over with brand new mRNA jabs, he said.
"We're talking about pandemic panic theater 2.0. That, of course, and then there's the monkeypox," he said. (Related: Now it's the "ninja" variant of COVID they want you to be scared of: WILL IT EVER END?
Omicron's BA.5 subvariant causes 78 percent of COVID-19 cases in America
Reports show that lots of people are getting sick with COVID-19 right now, including President Joe Biden, who tested positive on July 21. The 79-year-old Biden is fully vaccinated and has received two booster doses.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC) data tracker, around 78 percent of the current COVID-19 cases in the U.S. are caused by the BA.5 subvariant
During a White House COVID-19 Response Team briefing last week, Dr. Anthony Fauci explained how the virus that causes COVID keeps mutating. Fauci said the virus has "essentially bumped one variant off the table after the other," which has led to a long parade of increasingly contagious subvariants
Fauci advocated being up-to-date with boosters, but admitted that BA.5 "substantially" evades antibodies from prior infections and vaccines.
COVID-19 Response Coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha also encouraged people to get a booster if they're eligible.
BA.5 is a subvariant of omicron, which means it's different from the original omicron
but not different enough to constitute its own variant status. It is said to be the most contagious version of the virus yet.
for more updates on the spread of omicron in America and around the world.
Watch the full July 20 episode of "ReFounding America
" with Peter Breggin below. Catch new episodes of the program every Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. on Brighteon.TV
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