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CLAIM: PCR test swabs may contain "star-shaped microdevices" that are secretly

• Natural News - Ethan Huff

(Natural News) Back in November, Johns Hopkins University (JHU) published a study that suggests Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) testing swabs may be laced with "tiny, star-shaped microdevices" capable of delivering vaccines to people without their knowledge or consent.

Because more than half of America is "vaccine hesitant," meaning most people want nothing to do with Chinese virus jabs, "science" apparently came up with a hidden injection technology to secretly vaccinate people through the nasal or anal PCR test swabs that are jammed into their orifices.

Patrick Smith from JHU wrote in an article about the study that these tiny, star-shaped microdevices were "[i]nspired by a parasitic worm that digs its sharp teeth into its host's intestines." Sounds fun, eh?

"David Gracias, a professor in the Whiting School of Engineering, and gastroenterologist Florin M. Selaru, director of the Johns Hopkins Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center, led a team of researchers and biomedical engineers that designed and tested shape-changing microdevices that mimic the way the parasitic hookworm affixes itself to an organism's intestines," Smith wrote.

Known as "theragrippers," these microdevice chips made of metal and "thin, shape-changing film" are coated in heat-sensitive paraffin wax that is sent into the body unnoticed. Each of these chips is no larger than a speck of dust (see image below):

Once inside the body, the star-shaped devices respond to heat by closing up and affixing themselves onto the intestinal wall with little prongs. The centers of these now-closed stars are then able to deliver whatever drug was implanted inside of them, in this case microscopic Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine chemicals.

"The claim is that the dust-sized 'theragrippers' can be implanted in the tips of PCR test swabs and be delivered to the innocent 'victim,'" writes John O'Sullivan for Principia Scientific International. "It may be utterly immoral – and likely illegal – but it is certainly feasible …"


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