Pfizer Documents Show COVID-19 Vaccines Contain Potentially Harmful ‘Modified’ RNA, not mRNA

Although we’ve been told Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine is manufactured with harmless messenger RNA (mRNA), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) product label shows it contains artificially modified RNA—a key ingredient that is not naturally occurring, poses a substantial risk to human health, and can potentially alter the human genome.

Although we were told that Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine is made with safe messenger RNA (mRNA), the FDA product label reveals that it contains artificially modified RNA—a key ingredient that is not naturally occurring and poses a significant risk to human health.
Each Pfizer vaccine dose for children ages 5 to 11 contains 10 micrograms (mcg) of modRNA, according to the FDA’s Fact Sheet for Healthcare Providers, while fully-approved Comirnaty authorized for use in individuals 12 years of age and older contains 30 mcg of modRNA.

Pfizer confirms the presence of modRNA in its COVID-19 vaccine on its website: “ModRNA stands for nucleoside-modified messenger RNA and in the synthesis of the RNA used in this vaccine platform, some nucleosides, which are important biological molecules that constitute DNA and RNA, are replaced by modified nucleosides to help enhance immune evasion and protein production.” According to the company, modRNA instructs cells to produce desired proteins.

Nonetheless, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website (pdf) states that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are “made of mRNA,” or “messenger RNA.”
The mRNA in COVID-19 vaccines such as Pfizer and Moderna, according to the agency, is created in a laboratory and teaches cells how to make harmless pieces of spike protein that trigger an immune response inside the body. Within days of vaccination, mRNA from mRNA-based vaccines is broken down and eliminated from the body. The CDC makes no mention of modRNA or indicates that the RNA used in COVID-19 vaccines has been modified in its description of mRNA and how COVID-19 vaccines work.
According to Klaus Steger, a molecular biologist who led several gene technology laboratories that regularly used RNA-based technologies, messenger RNA occurs naturally and lives in our cells, but it does not last long enough to initiate an immune response before being destroyed by the immune system—it is modRNA that is synthetically created.

Mr. Steger explained that, unlike mRNA, modRNA modifies one of four compounds in RNA to make it last longer in the body, less immunogenic (less stimulation of the innate immune system), and more efficient at producing a protein—in this case, the spike protein. ModRNA can attack perfectly healthy cells and bypass protective barriers in the body, such as the blood-brain barrier, because it cannot target specific cells to make viral protein.
Injecting modRNA into the body may result in adverse events such as strokes, cardiovascular complications, pulmonary embolism, and blood clot formation—many of which were disclosed in Pfizer’s documents (pdf) but not attributed to the company’s product.
“It is my opinion that, at a minimum, the intentional use of mRNA—an acronym well-known to stand for messenger RNA along with the endless statements about the vaccines being based on naturally occurring messenger RNA constitute misbranding in violation of a number of laws,” Thomas Renz, an attorney in Ohio, told The Epoch Times in a letter to The Epoch Times.

“There is a legal and moral duty to provide informed consent, and to misrepresent a drug that was intended to be a gene therapy as a vaccine containing “natural messenger RNA” is an apparent violation of both of those duties.”

The FDA uses the term “modRNA” throughout its regulatory documents, according to David Wiseman, a research bioscientist with a doctorate in experimental pathology and a background in pharmacy, pharmacology, and immunology. When the FDA approved the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for emergency use, it stated that it contains messenger RNA, which it defined as “genetic material” that contains a “small piece of the SARS-CoV-2 virus’s mRNA that instructs cells in the body to make the virus’s distinctive’spike’ protein.”
According to Mr. Wiseman, the FDA’s description is problematic because the SARS-CoV-2 virus lacks mRNA. “mRNA is the kind of RNA produced in the copying of instructions from DNA in a process called transcription, so to say this is viral mRNA is inaccurate.”
“Understand that, at their core, mRNA, modRNA, saRNA, etc.—these are all gene therapies and all about genetic manipulation,” Mr. Renz wrote in a recent Substack article. “To say this is dangerous is an understatement. We have no idea what we’re doing, but we keep trying to control these genes.”

Pfizer Is Using Modified RNA Gene Therapy to Develop Other Vaccines

According to Mr. Renz, Pfizer is not only using modRNA for COVID-19 injections, but is also using gene therapy technology to develop self-amplifying mRNA (saRNA) vaccines and treatments.
“Along with modRNA, Pfizer’s website also mentions saRNA (self-amplifying RNA) and numerous other lab-made RNA technologies,” he went on to say. “We have discovered that various RNA technologies are in development for various uses, and these technologies, along with new adjuvant technologies, can allow for the introduction of gene therapy products into foods, the air (aerosolized vaccines), and even topical products.”
Pfizer describes saRNA as a platform that uses a much larger molecule that encodes the antigen of interest as well as four additional proteins, allowing the cell to make more copies of the mRNA, resulting in more protein being expressed from a lower dose. According to Pfizer, this gene therapy technology is currently being used to develop influenza, shingles, and respiratory combination vaccines.

“It will be curious to know if this is going to be disclosed as well,” he said.

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