The Rise And Fall Of The PCR Test
Last week the CDC quietly announced that by the end of the year the infamous PCR test will no longer be considered a valid and recognized method for determining COVID-19 infection. The use of the PCR tests as a diagnostic during this so-called pandemic has long been scrutinized, so the news of their withdrawal should come as good news; but, as we have learned many times throughout this ordeal, just when the narrative seems on the verge of total collapse, something more sinister comes into view.
From the earliest days of this global operation, PCR tests were touted as being the gold standard for detection of the novel coronavirus. Governments around the world quickly started to “test, test, test” at the behest of the Bill Gates-funded World Health Organization and the cases which would be used to sustain the official narrative that a pandemic was developing started rolling in. Just as quickly however, problems with the test, and therefore the narrative, emerged.
Video of Kary Mullis, the test’s inventor, surfaced everywhere online explaining that this technique was a poor diagnostic tool for the detection of infectious disease. “With PCR, if you do it well, you can find almost anything in anybody….If you can amplify one single molecule up to something you can really measure, which PCR can do, then there’s very few molecules that you don’t have one single one of in your body,” Mullis said in one clip. Coincidentally, Mullis passed away from pneumonia in August 2019, just before his test would be used in everyday conversation.
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As the months rolled on, the number of cases, generated from the PCR tests, were broadcast at every opportunity in an attempt to condition the public to accept the pandemic narrative. What wasn’t broadcast quite as loudly was the fact that these numbers, let alone the test itself, could not be trusted because of all the false positives that were being generated. Certain labs were producing numbers which were comprised of 85 to 90% false positives early on. This became so common that even the FDA and Anthony Fauci had to step in and make statements about the problem of false positives.
There is much more that could be covered here to unmask the fraudulent nature of the PCR test being used to prolong this ginned up coronavirus crisis but that work has already been done by excellent outlets like The Last American Vagabond and Off-Guardian. those who wish to learn more about this deception can continue their research there. Just note that even with this much on the subject said here and now, nothing prevented the PCR test from being used around the globe to generate the numbers necessary to keep people locked down and masked up for much of 2020 and well into 2021.
Until now that is.
As part of the CDC’s announcement that they would be withdrawing their request to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of the PCR test they are recommending that labs and testing sites, “begin their transition to another FDA-authorized COVID-19 test.” Those tests include the following:
- Diagnostic Tests: Tests that detect parts of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and can be used to diagnose infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. These include molecular tests and antigen tests.
- Serology/Antibody and Other Adaptive Immune Response Tests: Tests that detect antibodies (for example, IgM, IgG) to the SARS-CoV-2 virus or that measure a different adaptive immune response (such as, T cell immune response) to the SARS-CoV-2 virus. These types of tests cannot be used to diagnose a current infection.
- Tests for Management of COVID-19 Patients: Beyond tests that diagnose or detect SARS-CoV-2 virus or antibodies, there are also tests that are authorized for use in the management of patients with COVID-19, such as to detect biomarkers related to inflammation. Once patients are diagnosed with COVID-19 disease, these additional tests can be used to inform patient management decisions.
Obviously, while PCR tests may be going away here in the States, testing for the coronavirus is not ending. Governments and businesses can still easily require that a negative test be required for participation in society just as easily without relying on PCR.
The demise of the PCR test curiously comes at a time when George Soros and everybody’s favorite farmer and geoengineer, Bill Gates, have just announced the joint $41 million dollar purchase of Mologic Ltd, a company based in the United Kingdom whose lateral flow test has been used widely across the UK throughout the so-called pandemic. For the time being the FDA does not consider lateral flow tests to be reliable, but that may well change with Mologic Ltd under new management. Should governments and businesses continue down the path of segregating society between the “vaccinated” and “unvaccinated,” then Gates is particularly well-placed to benefit from both sides of the divide. He is already well-connected to the vaccine manufacturers and the development of vaccine passports and now with his investment in coronavirus testing, which the “unvaccinated” will be increasingly subject to in order to remain as functioning members of society, stands to profit from the next phase of the agenda.
This divided society is just where the world is heading if the course isn’t sharply reversed. For over a year much fear has been generated around cases generated by PCR test results. With the arrival of the misnamed vaccines, the quantity of cases isn’t what’s important. The frightening figures which the use of PCR testing allows for are no longer required to cause the public to panic. Now the case numbers need to be just high enough to convince the public that it’s no longer the virus but the unvaccinated who need to be feared and ultimately extinguished.
The possible end of the PCR test doesn’t mean the end of the covid-1984 psychological operation. Those behind the operation are only trimming the fat from their bulky narrative. Without an outspoken scientist, false positives, and other problems surrounding the PCR tests out of the way, there is one less hole to poke in the story. Now the narrative can remain tightly focused dividing and conquering the public while the core agenda creeps along undisturbed.
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