Dr. Robert Malone Warns Against Modified mRNA Vaccines For Cattle

Dr. Robert Malone Warns Against Modified mRNA Vaccines For Cattle

According to the latest reports, dr. Robert Malone has wanted about modified mRNA vaccine for cattle. Check out the latest reports about this below:

Malone issues dire warning

Dr. Brooke Miller, the President of the United States Cattlemen’s Association, recently had an interview with Dr. Robert Malone, a well-known figure in mRNA technology research and development.

They discussed the potential implications of using modified mRNA vaccines in livestock, particularly in the cattle industry.

Dr. Malone expressed concerns about the rapid deployment of modified mRNA technology in livestock. He highlighted several issues, including the potential health risks to animals and humans and the economic implications for the industry.

The discussion was based on an article that Dr. Malone and his wife, Dr. Jill Glasspool Malone, published on Substack in January this year.

The article sparked considerable interest and concern in the agricultural community and was further discussed in an in-depth interview with The New American.

Dr. Malone stated that while modified mRNA technology has been fast-tracked in swine and is being considered for poultry, its viability and safety in cattle remain highly questionable.

The concern is especially pressing since the discovery of dangerous DNA fragments in mRNA-based Covid vaccines for humans. Malone said,

“What is the safety profile for your animals? We don’t really know. We can extrapolate from humans, but there’s been a new development that really, I think, does raise some serious concerns both for the bulls and the cows, but particularly for the cows. And that is that all of these products are contaminated with small fragments of DNA [that are] going to get into the cells of your animals the same as the RNA is.”

Dr. Malone discussed how modified viral RNA, encased in lipid nanoparticles, can cause an array of medical conditions, including autoimmune diseases, by potentially affecting every cell in an animal’s body.

“As the RNA goes into your animal’s cells, it produces a [foreign] protein…. And so, your animal’s immune system is going to attack all those cells,” explained the doctor.

This technology poses a risk to the reproductive systems of cattle because modified RNA can travel to the ovaries, which can affect both cows and their offspring.

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