Florida Surgeon General Confirms Detection of DNA Fragments in COVID mRNA Vaccines

Florida Surgeon General, Dr. Joseph A. Ladapo, has taken a strong stance in light of the recent concerns about DNA fragments being detected in the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA COVID-19 vaccines. In a letter addressed to Dr. Robert M. Califf, Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and CDC Director Mandy Cohen, Ladapo pressed for greater transparency regarding this issue. He demanded answers about the potential integration of DNA fragments from the vaccines into the human genome, citing far-reaching implications which need urgent attention.

These concerns come on the heels of discussions held on November 14, 2023, by the Florida Public Health Integrity Committee. Dr. Ladapo urged the FDA to consider their findings, as well as reminded Commissioner Califf of a previous communication sent on May 10, 2023. In that letter, Dr. Ladapo highlighted the risks associated with the experimental COVID-19 vaccines and expressed the deep distrust in the American health care system, primarily as a result of a significant increase in life-threatening conditions and adverse events reported to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) since the vaccine rollout.

Specifically, the Surgeon General raised concerns about nucleic acid contaminants, Simian Virus 40 (SV40) DNA promoter/enhancer, and lipid nanoparticles used to deliver the mRNA in the COVID-19 vaccines. Dr. Ladapo emphasized that the presence of these contaminants could result in DNA integration into the human genome, with potential hazardous effects such as impacting oncogenes and causing chromosomal instability. His letter also pointed out the need for the FDA to reassess the risk of RNA vaccines alongside the DNA fragments and lipid nanoparticle delivery system.

With the widespread use of COVID-19 vaccines, Dr. Ladapo requested a rapid and transparent response from the FDA. He sought written answers to his concerns by December 13, 2023, emphasizing the necessity of informed decision-making by the American public on this matter.

These concerns have been brought to light following alarming findings from a study conducted in Sweden. Researchers published a study showing that Pfizer’s experimental mRNA vaccine can indeed modify DNA within the human genome, with potential genotoxic side effects. This study found that the SARS-CoV-2 RNA within the Pfizer vaccine could reverse-transcribe itself and install itself within the DNA of the human genome within a matter of just six hours following exposure to the vaccine.

These findings run contrary to claims made by public health experts and add to a growing body of evidence highlighting the need for a thorough investigation into the safety and efficacy of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines. Dr. Ladapo’s urgent plea for transparency and accountability serves as a strong call to action for health authorities and regulatory bodies to address these issues promptly and comprehensively.


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