You’ve heard about antibiotics losing their effectiveness against bacteria, because we’ve over-used the antibiotics and the bacteria have ‘learned’ how to mutate or evolve to bypass the antibiotic? Use that concept to grasp this next one, which is in regards to the Hepatitis B virus. Article published in the Asian Journal of Transfusion Science.
Remember, Asia is where Hepatitis B is more of a problem, whereas it is NOT a big problem in the USA. Although the CDC uses data from Asia to scare us with large numbers, those numbers of infections and deaths are actually not occurring in the USA.
Blood supplies infected with mutated strains of Hep B virus isn’t the only unintended consequence of ‘virus escape.‘ But it is a very important one to note.
Let’s take a closer look….
in the article they are describing ‘diagnostic assay failure.’ This means that they have a hard time screening these Hep B virus mutations in the blood supply. We don’t want to infect our hospital patients with random strains of Hep B virus, but if they mutate and we can’t catch them in the screening process…that is exactly with is happening.
So people have known about ‘virus escape’ for a long time! But we never hear about this in the news or on Jimmy Kimmel or Bill Eyes promotional segments where they advocate for vaccine use.
This last bit says it all….
And some supporting information for my earlier statement about CDC information being sourced from other countries whose conditions don’t mirror the conditions in the USA. The worst case data is taken from Asian countries. The best case data is taken from FDA reporting (USA).
Some of the following information is taken from the government website: https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CHRG-106hhrg63308/html/CHRG-106hhrg63308.htm. I recommend reading Dr Dunbar’s full testimony. It’s quite mind-blowing.