mRNA gene-altered meat, it's here, and now Missouri legislatures are fighting back

Believe it or not, pork producers have been “vaccinating” their pigs with mRNA-based “vaccines” since at least 2018 – without telling the public, of course. But new legislation out of Missouri, if passed, would change that.

Missouri House Bill 1169 would require the labeling of all products that have the potential to edit or otherwise alter human genes. This includes meat derived from animals that have been injected with mRNA chemicals.

“All customized mRNA ‘vaccines’ are untested,” warns Dr. Joseph Mercola. “Only the mRNA platform itself has been approved.”

According to the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, there are no current mRNA vaccines licensed in the United States for use in beef cattle. Apparently just pigs are being injected for the time being – but that could soon change as well.

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