Renowned American cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough has raised the alarm about mRNA shots being used on cattle.
McCullough warns that genetic vaccines are not needed for cattle.
The Texas A&M University professor issued the warning amid the growing push to give Covid shots to aminals intended for the U.S., food supply.
During a recent interview on John Frederick’s Real America’s Voice show, McCullough said that there “isn’t any need” to give mRNA shots to cattle.
McCullough also recently addressed the issue on his Substack.
“While the current products used in livestock are meant to protect the animals with short lifespans from immediate infectious disease threats, there is concern over the future use of food as an intentional means to vaccinate the consumer,” he wrote.
He continued by explaining efforts by the World Health Organization (WHO) to create “edible vaccines” to increase vaccination uptake.
However, he warns that this would “raise the problem of autoimmunity now seen with the genetic SARS-CoV-2 vaccines.”
McCullough expressed support for current legislation that is being pushed in several states to prevent mRNA from entering the food supply with Americans’ knowledge.
In Missouri, Republicans have introduced a bill to make it a legal requirement to label foods contaminated with vaccines.
“Missouri HB 1169 has enormous importance for transparency,” he asserted.
“Americans need to know if any genetic product that could change their bodies is consumable in purchased and prepared foods.
“Whether it has been used to protect animals or intentionally designed to be ingested by humans to induce immunity or some other physiological change—now is the time for transparency and scrutiny over the regulatory process.”
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