COVID Jab Spike Protein Remains Six Months After Jab

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola


According to recent research, there may be no off switch for spike protein production in
some individuals who got the COVID jab

Recombinant spike protein was detectable in half the blood samples of jabbed
individuals for at least 69 days, and up to 187 days (about six months, which was the end
of the study period)

The authors present three “likely” mechanisms behind the persistent spike production:
mRNA may be integrated into cells; the spike protein may remain constitutively active; or
the mRNA may be integrated into bacteria present in the blood, which then continuously
produce spike protein. All three mechanisms could result in never-ending spike
production (or spike activity)

In-vitro research published in 2022 found the mRNA in Pfizer’s COVID jab could integrate
into human cellular DNA by reverse transcription

By producing spike protein for months and perhaps years on end, your body starts to
view the SARS-CoV-2 virus as an environmental irritant rather than the potentially lethal
invader that it is. This is called immune tolerance. Your body basically ignores the irritant.
However, this can become deadly when your body is assaulted by replicating pathogens

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