PCR Testing Might be a WHO Inoculation Plan in Disguise

Reporter John O’Sullivan cautioned that the extensive PCR screening initiative might be a WHO inoculation plan in disguise.

He was actually describing a brand-new innovation cultivated at Johns Hopkins Educational institution that created very small, star-shaped micro-devices referred to as ‘Theragrippers’ that affix or attach to the intestinal membrane and can easily deliver medications right into the body.

The device is made from a metal-like substance as well as a wafer-thin film, and as tiny as a dust grain.

Based on Johns Hopkins Academy, Theragrippers are provided using a cotton swab, very similar to PCR tests.

Back in Oct 2020, a Johns Hopkins University research study group released positive results from animal research validating that his new technological innovation works perfectly.

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A test or JAB?