Did We Ruin the Vaccines? The Cold Chain

I think I may be onto something here. If you recall, I posted the other day about how temperature is critical regarding the Pfizer jab. In reports dating back to the eBola breakout, I discovered that the mRNA vaccine required special freezers to ensure the immunization remained “active” and effective.

A new study from the University of California, Davis, Genome Center, UC San Francisco and the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub shows no significant difference in viral load between vaccinated and unvaccinated people who tested positive for the delta variant of SARS-CoV-2. It also found no significant difference between infected people with or without symptoms. I am seeing more and more news articles like this and perhaps the reason why this is is what I will discuss now.

In December of 2020, when talks of the vaccine were happening, there were many raised concerns about safeguarding the transportation “cold chain.” These concerns posed a huge logistical nightmare and jeopardized the entire global rollout. Adding insult to injury was the price tag for all of this because hundreds of millions of dollars were needed for specialized freezers to ensure the safe distribution of the Phizer vaccine. But as soon as Moderna was close to having their vaccine ready, which did not require such strict temperature controls, the Pfizer vaccine’s temperature concerns vanished and were never discussed again.
Since making that post a few days ago, I have found that I am not alone in thinking there may be something going with the Phizer vaccine. Based on what I am reading and seeing, millions of people who have received the Jab may have received an inactive or spoiled one, and perhaps why we see so many “breath through” cases.

We ought to be suspicious because millions of doses of the mRNA vaccines have been delivered to millions of trusting Canadians in many suburban towns and remote municipalities with different levels of technical skill and conscientious handling.
So it would not be a stretch to say that a portion of the mRNA vaccine doses was not handled with adequate caution and was deactivated and spoiled before entering the arms of people.
So what the hell happens if you inject “dead” nRNA into a muscle head? From what I have been able to determine, nothing happens.

So in effect, if we have had shipments of Pfizer vaccine not kept in the temperature ranges we all heard about long ago, Spoiled mRNA cannot elicit an effective immune response to SARS-SoV-2 spike protein. It’ll be like getting a placebo shot.
So, I’m going out on a limb here in thinking it is quite possible we have “fully vaccinated” people getting these spoiled doses that are walking around not fully immunized. Also, worth pointing out, with the sheer numbers, many may not be “fully immunized.” AND with millions of citizens being vaccinated, it’s a statistical certainty that some will even receive two spoiled shots and be left unimmunized — despite being “fully vaccinated.”
Now, I don’t know what the spoilage rate will be for the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine. But an intelligent estimate is that somewhere in the range of 1–10% of the mRNA vaccine doses going into arms are either partially or fully spoiled. And with millions of Americans vaccinated, THAT is a huge number of people unsafely assuming they are immune.
Like with any other product, the question is whether the consumer actually assesses whether the vaccine has effectively worked for them by inducing a good immune response.

Is it possible that if we were to check our antibody levels after vaccination routinely, hundreds of thousands, if not millions of people, would come face to face with the possible?
My impression is that the guidance from FDA discouraging antibody testing is another misguided attempt at fighting “vaccine hesitancy.”
FDA “experts” believe that if people were to become aware that the vaccine is NOT making them immune, this inefficacy would cause people to lose faith in the vaccine and exacerbate the problem of hesitancy.
Back in November of 2020, IBM wrote about this logistic nightmare:

“…the temperature the supply chain for vaccines and prescriptions already appears to be complicated. Once produced, a dose must then be transported by a shipper, likely through an airport. If the vaccine is destined for a retailer, it may have yet another stop at a distribution center before it can reach the point of sale. Each player in this supply chain also has middlemen of their own without whom the supply chain would not be possible.
To help identify recalled doses and temperature excursions before they reach patients, distributors need to invest in an “intelligent supply chain” capable of offering a near-real-time view into the supply of goods.
As this pandemic has unfortunately often been made clear, our current supply chains can come under strain, particularly during times of crisis. To help gain an accurate view of inventory positions and optimize vaccine allocation, stakeholders will need a supply chain that is bolstered by advanced technology like AI to identify early warning signs of disruption from external data, optimize orders based on critical need, and manage inventory reallocation and prioritization. Through IBM Sterling Supply Chain Suite, IBM works with organizations along the supply chain, ranging from production to the point of sale, to assure inventory visibility is maintained, even during unpredictable demand spikes and store closures…”
I have since found article after article written about the challenges of the cold chain that somehow were no longer issue. So you can see why I have become skeptical even more so about our government, the CDC and pretty much everything about COVID and the vaccine.

We are seeing this play out now as more countries become fully vaccinated, cases are going up. Is this a result of people who view themselves as vaccinated and immune, lower their guard and going about their lives as before to sadly find out they got shot in the arm with a blank, and are not protected and end up contracting COVID? With more pending scandals brewing, I am becoming more convinced we can add this to the pile.

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