Former Pfizer Employee Confirms Poison in COVID ‘Kill Shot’
In an interview with Stew Peters, Karen Kingston, a former Pfizer employee and current analyst for the pharmaceutical and medical device industries, said this is a test run and constant booster shots will be needed to kill or control the subjects.
Main talking points:
+all of the COVID-19 “vaccines” are bioweapons
+there are 4 PEGylated lipid nanoparticles in the COVID-19 vaccines (PEG = polyethylene glycol):
1. a cholesterol lipid enables the vaccine ingredients to be transported by the blood
2. the phospholipid adheres to the cell membrane to make it permeable
3.an ionizable lipid provides a positive ionic charge so the mRNA can enter the cell
4.a PEGylated lipid made by SINOPEG, a Chinese company
+mRNA is very unstable, thus it needs a “biosphere” to protect it until it can enter the cell – this is provided by the lipid nanoparticles and graphene oxide which is 4,000 times stronger than titanium, can withstand 1,700 F temperatures, is an excellent conductor of electricity, and can host a magnetic field.
+graphene oxide is not listed in the patent applications because
a), it is poisonous to humans and
b), because it is the main ingredient in a hydrogel which can be used to create a brain-computer interface and a drug delivery system, though Kingston notes that this is not possible “with this round [of vaccines]” because “they rushed this thing out” and “they’re just seeing how much they can put into people before they… die”.
+the graphene oxide in the vaccines is neutrally charged (inactive), however, if/when it becomes positively charged, such as by electromagnetic radiation (radio frequency, such as wireless devices, wireless networks such as 5G, etc.), it will annihilate anything it comes into contact with and therefore can cause great damage and death depending on how much of it exists in the body and where it is located.
+multiple COVID-19 “vaccines” and booster shots may increase the amount of graphene oxide in the body.
+the COVID-19 vaccine study should have been stopped when, during a study with mice, 80% died within 24 hours and the remainder died within the next few days.