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REPORT: Pfizer Vaccine Causes Neurodegenerative Diseases

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REPORT: Pfizer Vaccine Causes Neurodegenerative Diseases

According to a startling recent study on the COVID-19 vaccinations, the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine has long-term health risks that have not historically been disclosed, including “ALS, Alzheimer’s, and other neurological degenerative diseases.”

The new RNA-based SARSCoV-2 vaccines were approved in the United States under an emergency order without rigorous long-term protection monitoring, according to the article. “In this study, the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine was assessed for its ability to cause prion-based disease in vaccine recipients.” According to the CDC, prion-based disorders are a type of neurodegenerative disease, which means that the Pfizer vaccine is likely to cause long-term brain injury and detrimental health consequences.

According to a National Library of Medicine study, this is particularly worrying because the Pfizer vaccine is an mRNA vaccine, an untested form of vaccine that produces new proteins that can potentially insert into the human genome. In other words, after having the vaccine, you could develop degenerative brain diseases at some point in your life.

“The vaccine RNA sequence as well as the spike protein target association were examined for the ability to transform intracellular RNA binding proteins TAR DNA binding protein (TDP-43) and Fused in Sarcoma (FUS) into their pathologic prion conformations,” according to the article. According to Alzpedia, TDP-43 is a protein that has been linked to dementia, ALS, and even Alzheimer’s disease. According to the Human Genome Database, the FUS protein is also considered to induce ALS and Hereditary Essential Tremors.

The aim of the experiment for the study was to see whether these two dangerous proteins could insert themselves into our DNA, as an mRNA vaccine is supposed to do. According to the paper, “the vaccine RNA has complex sequences that may trigger TDP-43 and FUS to fold into their pathologic prion confirmations,” which means that both proteins have the ability to insert themselves in our DNA and cause dangerous neurological diseases.

The abstract review of the study concludes, “The enclosed conclusion, as well as additional possible dangers, leads the author to believe that regulatory approval of the RNA-based vaccines for SARS-CoV-2 was premature, and that the vaccine may do much more harm than good.” The study concludes, “The vaccine may be a bioweapon and much more harmful than the initial virus.”

Despite these credible claims, National File contacted the CDC to ask why the Pfizer vaccine is still being administered. Prior to print, no response was obtained.

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66-year-old who disappeared before trial for sex crimes found dead

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66-year-old who disappeared before trial for sex crimes found dead

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – A 66-year-old local man who was reported missing on the morning he was due in court to stand trial for numerous sex crimes has been found dead.

Michael Taber had been staying at an apartment in the 1900 block of Lemay Ferry Road. He went missing around 2 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 29. According to the St Louis County Police Department, Taber left his cellphone and a suicide note behind, as well as an ankle monitor.

Court records indicate Taber was ordered to wear an ankle monitor while awaiting trial in St. Louis City for one count of second-degree statutory rape, two counts of second-degree child molestation, one count of second-degree rape, two counts of second-degree aggravated sexual abuse, one count of second-degree statutory sodomy, and one count of unlawful use of a weapon.

St. Louis County Police sent out a tweet Monday afternoon saying Taber had been located. A department spokesperson said Taber was found dead due to a probable self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Police did not say where Taber’s body was discovered.

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Parade of planets visible in the night sky this week

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Parade of planets visible in the night sky this week

ST. LOUIS – There will be a parade of planets this month. December 6-10 you will be able to see three planets and then on December 12 you will be able to see 5. There will be a crescent moon earlier in the month which will provide less moonlight, making it easier to see the planets.

The Missouri Department of Conservation shared this timeline for planet viewing:

  • On December 6th, the crescent moon will appear near Venus within 3 degrees in the early evening sky. Venus is the brightest planet.
  • On December 7th, the crescent moon and Saturn are about 5 degrees apart. Saturn is a fainter planet with a gold color. If conditions are right, you can see its rings with a telescope during twilight, and may even see its largest moon, Titan,
  • On December 8th, the moon approaches close to Jupiter, our largest planet. With clear conditions and a telescope, you may be able to see its four largest moons.
  • On December 10th, look for the moon, Jupiter, and Saturn forming a nice row in the sky.
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The St. Louis Astronomy Facebook page says the best time to observe 5 planets together will be after sunset on December 12. Venus, Saturn, Jupiter, and the moon will be visible to the naked eye. You will need a pair of binoculars or a small telescope to see Neptune, Uranus, Ceres (a dwarf planet), and Pallas (a large asteroid).

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Miner’s Candle fire burning near Idaho Springs is 100% contained

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Miner’s Candle wildfire forces evacuations near Idaho Springs

The Miner’s Candle fire burning near Idaho Springs is 100% contained, fire officials said Tuesday.

The wildfire started Sunday as a structure fire and it forced residents of about two dozen homes to evacuate. The fire, which destroyed two homes, a cabin and a small number of outbuildings, burned about 15 acres, according to the Clear Creek County Sheriff’s Office.

Strong winds on Sunday and extremely dry weather fueled the fire. There were no reports of injuries or fatalities.

 

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