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A bill has been proposed that would require transparency in the food industry regarding the use of mRNA vaccines, genetic modifications, and modifications to serve as vaccinations for humans. However, Big Ag lobbyists have pushed back against the bill, as it could reveal that various foods have been treated with mRNA vaccines. This could potentially destroy the industry and thwart Big Pharma's attempts to distribute vaccines surreptitiously.

Some believe that the use of mRNA gene therapy in livestock could have adverse effects on consumers. It is unclear whether the industry does not understand the potential risks or if they are trying to conceal the fact that they are using gene therapy. Globalists like Klaus Schwab have openly admitted that they intend to alter humanity on a genetic level and incorporate artificial intelligence and nanotechnology into the human body. COVID-19 has given them an opportunity to experiment with dangerous technology on the entire world population.

The mRNA COVID-19 shots have not proven effective in preventing COVID-19 infections, raising questions about the efficacy of mRNA shots for viral and bacterial infections in swine. One of the most concerning aspects of using mRNA vaccines in swine is that they are all untested. The mRNA shots are created using a platform called Sequivity, which allows for endless customization. However, this also means that customized mRNA shots are not safety-tested.

There are many unanswered questions about the use of mRNA vaccines in livestock. What was the initial isolate used? What genes are being chosen for the mRNA shots? Could the spike proteins be as pathogenic as the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein? In environments with high populations of animals, could mutations become rampant as the bacteria and viruses are constantly subjected to customized vaccination pressure to adapt and become more dangerous?

The fact that mRNA shots can be customized without safety testing shows how broken the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration are. Approval of the Sequivity platform does not prove the safety and effectiveness of the shots. It is unclear whether the food is safe for consumption after it has been treated with mRNA.

The use of mRNA vaccines in livestock raises many questions about their safety and effectiveness. The lack of testing and transparency in the food industry is concerning, and the pushback by Big Ag lobbyists against the proposed bill to require transparency is alarming. It is crucial to ensure that the food we consume is safe and free from dangerous experimentation.