Deadly Hybrid COVID-19 Strain Created at Boston University Lab

Scientists at Boston University have spliced the more infectious SARS CoV-2 Omicron spike protein onto the original Wuhan COVID-19 strain in a gain of function creation that has an 80% mortality rate in mice.

The Wuhan strain had a 100% kill rate in mice, so this new hybrid is slightly less deadly, but has a bonus ability to spread widely like Omicron.

You can thank Anthony Fauci and his NIAID grants.

Boston University has one of the thirteen level-4 biosafety labs in the US.

A concerned Rutgers chemist Dr. Richard Ebright told the Daily Mail that the experiment, still in peer review, “appears not to have undergone the prior risk-benefit review mandated under US-government policies.”

Scientists said the experiment concluded the spike protein is not the primary determinant of lethality, since the new hybrid “Omicron-S” is more deadly than Omicron.

Safe and effective?: Sera from Pfizer and Moderna vaccinated individuals worked just as “poorly” neutralizing both Omicron-S and Omicron.

How deadly do lab created diseases have to be until the cost-benefit analysis makes scientists stop?

We will find out soon.


JULY, 2019: Fort Detrick Level-4 lab shut down after breaches | Quietly reopens in Dec., 2019.

2010: Fort Detrick experiments with aerosolized monkeypox virus.

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