Earlier this week I asked the National Blood Authority and the Health Department if they had tested blood samples from the last quarter of 2019 to see if Covid antibodies were detected.
I asked this because Covid antibodies were found in Italy as early as September 2019 four months before the media reported positive Italian cases of Covid in late January 2020. Many of the detected cases were asymptomatic and didn’t result in mass hysteria.
In his reply Prof Kelly didn’t think it was worth spending the money to find out whether antibodies to Covid were present and couldn’t understand why I would be interested in finding out.
I don’t know about you, but if I was in charge of our health system I would want to know so as to get a better understanding of how the “pandemic” was managed. Wouldn’t you?
If it was found out it was spreading for months before you knew, you would have known it had a low death rate and we could have avoided the response altogether!
I also asked why they thought it was safe to donate blood just three days after a Covid vaccine.
Professor Brendan Murphy steps in to claim that there isn’t evidence that the spike protein is in the blood. That’s right – he actually said that.
We’ve heard some porkies over the last few years but this one was up there with the best of them.
Of course they are in the blood – where else would they be. Given Myocarditis is a recognized side effect how does he think the spike protein travelled to the heart. Via the tooth fairy?
I will be taking this further. As far as I am aware there are no studies that prove spike proteins aren’t in the blood three days after the Covid vaccine.
You’ll also be delighted to know that Skerritt was in Ireland chairing a committee. Presumably the Scientific Advisory Council of the Centre for Innovation in Regulatory Science. This organisation is funded by Big Pharmaceuticals.
He should be in Australia doing the job he is paid to do and appear at estimates. Not be off on some overseas junket serving foreign multinationals.