Are the COVID Tests a Way to Surreptitiously Infect or Implant People? – Medical Kidnap


MFP Commentary:
Is the local  Fordland Clinic’s offering these tests part of a Federal mandate, that is designed to further the globalist agenda?  It sure looks that way. They implement every Federal mandate given to them with enthusiasm. If you use your God given right to free speech to protest, they criminally  fire you with impunity.

~MFP


Are the COVID tests with 6-inch (15cm) nasal swabs a way to secretly infect or implant people with direct access to the brain?        

Comments by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

Now that the public is starting to wake up to the fact that people leading the COVID response are MASS MURDERERS responsible for millions of deaths due to censoring life-saving information from thousands of doctors who are treating COVID patients with a 100% success rate, it is time to start questioning EVERYTHING they are asking the public to comply with.

What are their true motives, since they obviously do NOT value human life?

Makia Freeman from The Freedom Articles published a very interesting article this past week, raising serious questions about the PCR tests, which we have already reported are not reliable, and why the cotton swabs have to be so long? Makia writes:

We need to ask ourselves whether these COVID tests are in fact a clever way to gain secret access to the inside of our bodies, especially our brains.

The nasal swabs being used (called nasopharyngeal or oropharyngeal) are incredibly long (around 6 inches or 15 cm) which means they reach to the very back of our throats. Is there any medical reason why the swabs must be this length?

In human anatomy, the cribriform plate is a midline bone important as part both of the cranium and of the nose which transmits the olfactory nerves that carry the sense of smell. It is a very delicate and fragile part of the body.

Why on earth do the COVID tests contain a swab (a padded stick) which can poke and prod this delicate bone? Could it be because the cribriform plate allows access to the brain?

Could these COVID tests be used to surreptitiously infect people (with some disease-causing agent), deliver the vaccine (which they claim they are still developing) or even implant people (with nanotechnology such as microchips)?

I asked a retired medical doctor who is known to Health Impact News about what Makia was saying here regarding the need for long cotton swabs penetrating so far into the body, and this doctor replied:

There is no valid reason for swabbing the naso-pharynx so deeply that it causes pain and injury to the extreme back and roof of the nose. Whatever microorganisms are there are distributed throughout the entire nose and throat.

They are supposedly easily communicated by a sneeze, hence the “need” for masks.. You don’t have to go digging for them. You could even blow your nose into a tissue and that would be a sufficient sample to culture.

There is something highly suspicious about these COVID tests.

Are the COVID Tests a Way to Surreptitiously Infect or Implant People?
by Makia Freeman
The Freedom Articles

AT A GLANCE…

THE STORY:The COVID PCR tests are administered with a 6 inch (15cm) long cotton swab through the nose, which goes to the very back of your throat. Why?
THE IMPLICATIONS:The swab touches the sensitive cribriform plate with direct access to your brain. Is there an ulterior design to these tests?
The COVID tests being rolled out around the world, roughly in line with 1-3-30 plan of the Rockefeller Foundation, are the main focus of this current phase of Operation Coronavirus.

The more people tested, the more positive cases recorded, which fuels the official scare narrative and keeps the fear alive to justify yet more tyranny.

However, there may be something else going on too.

We need to ask ourselves whether these COVID tests are in fact a clever way to gain secret access to the inside of our bodies, especially our brains…..Read More

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