The COVID virus contains a tiny chunk of DNA

The COVID virus contains a tiny chunk of DNA that matches a sequence of a 2016 patented by Moderna, three years before the pandemic began.

Researchers compared the COVID-19 makeup to millions of sequenced proteins on an online database. Of the 30,000 letters of genetic code that made the virus, it is the only one of its type to carry 12 unique letters that allow its spike protein to be activated by the common Furin enzyme, which made it easier to spread between human cells. The COVID-19 virus shares a sequence of 19 specific letters with a genetic section owned by Moderna, and 12 of the shared letters make up the structure of the virus’s Furin cleavage site. The issue is that the chances of this happening by chance are one in three trillion, which, mathematically speaking, is an impossibility. The government brushes this off as a “quirky coincidence.”

This fact has been completely ignored and censored, clearly showing COVID was made in a lab long ago.

The smoking gun is the fact that researchers worldwide compared Covid’s makeup to millions of sequenced proteins on an online database. The virus’s spike proteins comprise 30,000 letters of genetic code that carry the information it needs to spread, known as nucleotides. Of the millions of sequenced proteins in the viral database, COVID-19 is the only coronavirus to carry 12 unique letters clearly defined in a 2016 patent held by Moderna. The theory that COVID came from a bat has also been proven an impossibility due to the sheer makeup of the genetic code of the virus, and there has not been a single case of an animal having the specific sequencing, which is not easily spread from animal to animal. The scientific contortions one must go through to disprove these facts would be unethical.

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