This one is a stunner, with far-reaching ramifications and implications, and our thanks to S.S. for sharing this article. And the title speaks for itself:
While there's much detail in this article worthy of careful consideration, ponder closely just the opening paragraphs:
So much has happened over the past year that it may be hard to remember what life was like pre-COVID. But let’s flash back to December 2019, when the idea of social distancing, compulsory masking and lockdowns would have been met with disbelief and outrage by most Americans.
At that time, most were blissfully unaware of the pandemic that would change the world in the next few months. It wasn’t until December 31, 2019, that the COVID-19 outbreak was first reported from Wuhan, China,1 and at this point it was only referred to as cases of viral pneumonia, not a novel coronavirus.2 I say “most” because it seems some people may have been aware of something lurking much earlier than it appeared.
In confidential documents3 revealed by the U.K.’s Daily Expose, Moderna, together with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), sent mRNA coronavirus vaccine candidates to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill December 12, 2019 — raising significant red flags. As The Daily Expose reported:4
“What did Moderna [and NIAID] know that we didn’t? In 2019 there was not any singular coronavirus posing a threat to humanity which would warrant a vaccine, and evidence suggests there hasn’t been a singular coronavirus posing a threat to humanity throughout 2020 and 2021 either.” (Boldface emphasis added)
As the editor notes prior to the actual article:
It is now apparent that Moderna had already completed development of its mRNA gene therapy shot in 2019 BEFORE COVID-19 was announced to be spreading from China to the world. This has serious ramifications to the entire pandemic narrative.
There are only two possibilities. First, Moderna had advance knowledge of the COVID-19 virus and created a shot to prepare for it. Second, Moderna didn’t have advance knowledge but was developing a generic gene therapy treatment that could be directed toward any type of coronavirus. Either possibility is disturbing. ⁃ TN Editor
I am bold to suggest that it means something else, namely, it throws a huge wrinkle into the "Operation Warp Speed" part of the narrative. For months we've been hearing from former President Donal Trump that the new "vaccines" were developed in jig time; left out of the narrative is this bit of news that Moderna, at least, allegedly had a vaccine before the planscamdemic was announced. And by the editor of the article's own logic, this means either that he had advanced knowledge, or that he simply went along with The Science. Few people were raising the question of just how safe such injections would be, given the rush for their approval, especially the highly experimental nature of the mRNA versions of the injections.
Indeed, as I wrote this blog, a radio "infomercial" came on, announcing the new variants, the point of the infomercial was that they were all "safe and effective" and would help against the new variants. No mention, again, of the counter-indicating views. I don't know about you, but this raises a serious question on any future candidacy of the former president.
Something else happened as I wrote this blog. One of our regular readers and article contributors, V.T., sent me a picture of a lady holding a sign. The sign contained some interesting questions, questions that tear into the whole planscamdemic-quackcine narrative. It read:
Riddle me this:
If the tests work, why the false positives?
If the masks work, why the 6 feet?
If the 6 feet works, why the masks?
If all three work, why the lock down?
If all four work, why the vaccine?
If the vaccine is safe, why the no liability clause?
Yup. That pretty well says it for me. Indeed, one wonders why, with some tv and radio talk show hosts repeatedly saying to "do your own research," why they themselves, in their efforts to appear objective, do not invite those scientists raising cautions about the injections on their shows, nor never report on the growing problem of adverse reactions (see today's honourable mentions and tidbits).
See you on the flip side...