Health Canada Confirms Presence Of A Monkey Virus In DNA Sequence Of Pfizer Vaccine, Report Says

According to The Epoch Times, Health Canada has confirmed the presence of a Simian Virus 40 DNA sequence in the Pfizer mRNA Covid-19 shot.

By Nicole Dominique2 min read

It sounds like humans were a part of a mad scientist's experiment. In an exclusive email to The Epoch Times, Health Canada has reportedly disclosed their disturbing findings about the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine. According to the agency, there is the presence of a Simian Virus 40 (SV40) – a monkey virus – in the Pfizer Covid-19 jabs.

"Health Canada expects sponsors to identify any biologically functional DNA sequences within a plasmid (such as an SV40 enhancer) at the time of submission," Health Canada's email read to The Epoch Times. The manufacturer failed to disclose the existence of the SV40 sequence in the DNA sequence of the shot.

It continued, "Although the full DNA sequence of the Pfizer plasmid was provided at the time of initial filing, the sponsor did not specifically identify the SV40 sequence."

The regulator mentioned that this year, when scientists Kevin McKernan and Dr. Phillip J. Buckhaults noted the SV40 enhancers in the vaccines, “it was possible for Health Canada to confirm the presence of the enhancer based on the plasmid DNA sequence submitted by Pfizer against the published SV40 enhancer sequence."

McKernan and Buckhaults warned about the possibility of plasmid DNA contaminations altering the human genome, though the scientists hold "different degrees of concern about the significance of an SV40 sequence," according to The Epoch Times writer Matt Horwood. The SV40 is reportedly utilized as an "enhancer to drive gene transcription during the vaccine manufacturing process."

Dr. Janci Lindsay, the toxicology and molecular biology director for Toxicology Support Services, has expressed her concerns about plasmid DNA sequences, like the SV40 enhancer. Unfortunately, there's a chance it could be oncogenic – meaning it can cause cancer. It's important to note that the full monkey virus itself is not in the mRNA shot, but Dr. Lindsay told the outlet that if the SV40 promoters were incorporated into the human genome (a process called insertional mutagenesis), it could lead to gene mutations and potentially cancer. "Or you get a promoter, let's say from your plasmid, sitting above an oncogene and driving the expression of that gene in a crazy manner like you wouldn't have normally," Dr. Lindsay was quoted to have said.

When The Epoch Times asked Dr. Lindsay why Pfizer did not reveal their use of SV40 promoter to the FDA, the European Medicines Agency, and Health Canada, she said, "They hid them. So it's not just the fact that they're there, it's the fact that they were purposefully hidden from the regulators." Meanwhile, mainstream articles still downplay the SV40 enhancer in the jabs.

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