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Broadcast Show: Vials Examined by U.S. Lab, George Papadopoulos LIVE, Bryson Grey

Dr. Carrie Madej joins Stew to reveal her findings after examining the Moderna and J&J vials. What she found will absolutely make your skin crawl!

George Papadopoulos is the author of "Deep State Target", who was framed and set up by the globalists that targeted Flynn and Donald Trump. Papa joins Stew to discuss the John Durham indictments, and what it means for Hillary Clinton.

Bryson Grey is a Christian hip hop artist who's being targeted by Pelosi and Biden as the communists attempt to topple God in America.

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Susan D'Amico
9 months ago

Why isn’t main stream media talking about this…. Oh yeah they’re in on it!!😱

9 months ago


Re: the tentacled organism of some sort in the jab vials. Please forward to any interested medical parties.

I’d like to submit the possibility that this is either an unintended consequence or a purposeful part of the mechanism of how these vaccines function. This article from 2013 describes tentacle-like epithelial cell structures in sea anemone as potentially better suited to understanding human disease progression than previous models. I am not saying they are related, – I have no science degrees, but this seems too coincidental to be ignored.

I am including both quotes and links to the article mentioned as well as an article discussing previous models’ uses.

Sars cov 2 is a chimera. It’s not so hard to believe that they used a chimera as the basis for a vaccine. Purely conjecture, but something that may be worth exploring if we are looking at potential changes to the genome.

“The researchers also constructed microarrays from tissue isolated at early, mid, and late stages of tentacle extension, allowing global comparison of the collection of mRNAs, or the “transcriptome”, at each stage. That effort, driven by Stowers Research Advisor Chris Seidel, Ph.D., and Ariel Paulson of the Stowers Computational Biology Core, is an obligatory step in pioneering any new model organism.

“Transcriptome analysis led us to identify novel tentacle markers,” says Fritz, referring to molecular probes used to define a particular cell type. “Also gene expression patterns that we and others have identified allowed us to construct the first-ever molecular model of how tentacles are patterned.”

In short, the study not only suggests universal principles underlying sculpting of epithelial structures from a placode, but also provides investigators with a toolkit to test whether specific genes drive the process.

An added bonus is that in 2007 a consortium of researchers sequenced the Nematostella genome and reported it to be more “human-like” in size and structure than that of Drosophila or another widely used model system, the nematode C. elegans.”

“elegans models have many advantages over more complex model systems for use in biological and biomedical studies. The worms are anatomically simple, and have a fully mapped nervous system. In addition, humans and C. elegans utilize many similar genetic and molecular mechanisms. These features lead C. elegans to be heavily used as a model for aging, neurodegenerative disorders. Moreover, C.elegans is the multicellular organism the most amenable to ultra-high throughput screenings and drug discovery and is likely to become the organism of choice for in-vivo testing of new drugs.”


9 months ago

Could it just have been a star shaped amoeba? Just a thought.—amoeba.html