Vaccinegate: Infanrix Hexa Tested. Found 65 cross-contaminants, toxins, and NO antigens!

Vaccinegate: Infanrix Hexa Tested. Found 65 cross-contaminants, toxins, and NO antigens!

The CDC says that people are injected with vaccines in order to introduce them to the diseases’ antigens, so the body can build up an immunity against the disease. But what if the vaccines didn’t actually contain disease antigens? The vaccine would be pointless at best and harmful at worst.

A new article has come out after Corvelva started testing the vaccines on the market.

Corvelva, a scientific research group, received €10,000 (US$11,350) from the Italian National Order of Biologists with plans to use the money to test the contents of every vaccine currently on the market. The result of their first test was released on December 16, and the report is a doozie.

The first vaccine they thoroughly tested was Infanrix Hexa – a six-in-one vaccine manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) that is *supposed* to contain the following antigens: tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis toxoids; inactivated poliomyelitis viral strains 1-2-3; and hepatitis B surface antigen. Shockingly, Corvelva found NONE of these antigens in the vaccine, meaning, that NO antibodies to the intended antigens will be created.

And it gets worse. In addition to no vaccine antigens, they found the following:

-traces of 65 chemical cross-contaminants from other manufacturing lines;

-chemical toxins;

-unrecognizable macromolecules;

-various free bacterial peptides that are potential allergens and are capable of inducing autoimmune reactions.

https://vaxxter.com/infanrix-hexa-65-toxins-found-all-risk-no-benefit

In this video I read through that article and also play a clip from a video concerning what happens when more than one protein is injected at a time. With cross-contamination you’re bound to end up with multiple proteins and that can be deadly in some people. The studies that Dr. John Bergman cites will be linked to below.

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