What are the risks to the unvaccinated?” asked the founder of Action4Canada, Tanya Gaw, in an interview with Dr. Peter McCullough.

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“There was a recent paper,” replied McCullough. “I just have it on my Substack if you want to review it — you go to the Courageous Discourse substack. And the first author is Helene Banoun, a former Inserm scientist. Inserm is a leading research unit in France. And Banoun has summarized this. This is disturbing. It looks like the messenger RNA is transferring from the vaccinated to the unvaccinated now.”

“And, in a paper by Fertig and colleagues, the messenger RNA is found circulating in the blood for at least two weeks. And the curves were not going down. That’s as long as they looked.”

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In another study, they found messenger RNA in the lymph nodes of the vaccinated for months. “It looks like the body’s not clearing it out,” stated McCullough.

And then a recent paper that is “most disturbing” from Hanna and colleagues — JAMA. This paper showed that the messenger RNA is in the breast milk of women who took the vaccine during pregnancy or afterwards.

So the big question.

Could you actually take a vaccine inadvertently through close contact, kissing, sexual contact, or breastfeeding? Dr. McCullough says, “it looks like the answer is YES.”

Now the question on the table is — how long do you wait before contact? No one knows! The vaccines, the messenger RNA vaccines, they’ve never been demonstrated to actually leave the body. They look like they’re permanent! As well as the spike protein that’s produced after them. This is very disturbing.

So it’s hard to guide. I was saying, “[For] 30 days, refrain from kissing — sexual contact with a vaccinated person.” But I’m now extending that to at least 90 days and, conservatively, maybe extend[ing] it from a point forward. I know there are married couples and all kinds of personal implications there. But no, this messenger RNA — it looks like it’s for keeps. Every shot is accumulating in the body with no ability for the body to get rid of it.

Thank you, Dr. Peter McCullough, for exquisitely citing the literature, per usual — although this is terrifying information. For more in-depth knowledge and expertise, please subscribe to Dr. McCullough and John Leake’s Substack.

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