Covid mRNA Shots Have Triggered VAIDS Epidemic, Study Warns

Scientists are raising the alarm after a new study shows that Covid mRNA vaccines are responsible for a global epidemic of vaccine-acquired immune deficiencies (VAIDS).

Like, AIDS, VAIDS, attacks the body’s immune system making people vulnerable to other infections, not just Covid.

The new study specifically raises concerns about the immune effects of Pfizer’s COVID-19 mRNA vaccine.

VAIDS is a new colloquial term coined by researchers and health practitioners amid soaring cases of compromised immune systems since the Covid shots rollout.

A growing number of experts now believe the Big Pharma Covid injections may impair or suppress immune responses.

However, VAIDS is not yet recognized as a medical condition and is often shot down as a “conspiracy theory” by advocates of the experimental shots.

While the new study does not use the term VAIDS, the researchers recognized that the Covid mRNA vaccines are causing acquired immune deficiencies (AIDS).

The Covid shots cause “a general decrease in cytokine and chemokine responses” to bacteria, fungi, and non-Covid viruses in children after COVID-19 vaccination, the study notes.

“Our findings suggest SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccination could alter the immune response to other pathogens, which cause both vaccine-preventable and non-vaccine-preventable diseases,” the authors of the paper published in Frontiers in Immunology wrote.

“This is particularly relevant in children as they: have extensive exposure to microbes at daycare, school, and social occasions; are often encountering these microbes for the first time; and receive multiple vaccines as part of routine childhood vaccination schedules.”

The study was conducted by researchers from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, Australia.

The scientists took blood samples of 29 children.

The samples were taken both prevaccination and after two Pfizer mRNA doses.

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Compared to prevaccination, the researchers found that blood samples postvaccination had a lower cytokine response to non-Covid pathogens.

This reduced immune response was particularly persistent for non-Covid viruses.

Blood samples taken at six months showed some children still had low responses for hepatitis B virus proteins and proteins that mimic a viral infection.

However, cytokine responses had increased for bacterial exposures.

Immune responses to Covid proteins—including spike proteins and their S1 and S2 subunits—and nucleocapsid proteins remained high after vaccination.

Professor Retsef Levi, specializing in risk management and health systems at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), posted on Twitter/X that the study “adds to cumulative evidence suggesting adverse immune alteration” by COVID-19 vaccination.

Immunologist and computational biologist Jessica Rose also connected the study’s findings to VAIDS.

Family physician Dr. Syed Haider echoed this conclusion.

The study is one of many suggesting declined immune response after Covid vaccination.

preprint study in 16 adults inoculated with the Pfizer mRNA vaccines had similar findings of a reduced innate immune response in participants exposed to pathogenic fungi.

The same paper also found long-term changes in innate immune cells.

The news comes amid soaring cases of VAIDS being reported as experts warn of a epidemic.

Just this week, former Fox News star Megyn Kelly revealed that she has been diagnosed with VAIDS.

Kelly asserts that her immune system was damaged by her Covid shot.

She issued a statement about the diagnosis and said she regrets taking the Big Pharma vaccine.

“I regret getting the vaccine even though I am a 52-year-old woman because I don’t think I needed it,” Kelly said in a recorded statement.

“I think I would have been fine.

“I’ve gotten COVID many times and it was well past when the vaccine was doing what it was supposed to be doing.”

“For the first time, I tested positive for an autoimmune issue at my annual physical,” Kelly added.

“And I went to the best Rheumatologist in New York, and I asked her, ‘do you think this could have to do with the fact that got the damn booster and then got COVID within three weeks?’

“And she said. ‘yes. Yes.’

“I wasn’t the only one she’d seen that with.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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