Scarey Delta Scarey Scarey Variant Delta

Tonight’s news headlines will surely be awash with announcements on this. Investigative journalists will right now be crunching evidence, speaking with researchers, and preparing attention grabbing headlines to present the various scientific work highlighting the robust natural immunity present in human populations against SARS-CoV-2. Perhaps even interviewing scientists on theories as to why the Pacific Rim has more natural immunity than other regions?

A key finding of our study is that pre-existing T-cell immunity to SARS-CoV-2 is contributed by TCRs that recognize common viral antigens such as Influenza and CMV, even though the viral epitopes lack sequence identity to the SARS-CoV-2 epitopes. This finding is in contrast to multiple published studies in which pre-existing T-cell immunity is suggested to arise from shared epitopes between SARS-CoV-2 and other common cold-causing coronaviruses.

Translation: We already know that exposure to other Coronaviruses provides robust immunity against Covid-19. This new study shows that Influenza and Cytomegalovirus exposures also lead to T-cell immunity against Covid-19.

Unfortunately I did get a glimpse of tonight’s news before escaping from the Scarey Scarey Delta Scarey Variant headlines. Any investigative journalist with half a brain would understand that if we have immunity to SARS-CoV-2 from shared antigens with completely different viruses, then variants of the same virus as it mutates down towards another common cold species, pose zero added risk to our immune systems. The lies of mainstream media are despicable and scandalous.

Infectious diseases are complex.

Lockdowns don’t work.

End Lockdowns

Robert Malone, who invented the mRNA technology used in a number of the Covid-19 experimental vaccines, shared this on LinkedIn. It would be pretty funny if it wasn’t so tragic. He is clearly a good and ethical person, accepting interviews with Fox News or not!

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