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A special single-issue roundup about a blockbuster new study that probably just blew the lid off the government’s covid coverup. Strap in, this might be the most important C&C post this year.
Good morning, C&C, it’s Tuesday! Get ready. Today we have a special single-issue roundup about a blockbuster new study that probably just blew the lid off the government’s covid coverup. Strap in, this might be the most important C&C post this year.
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🔬 The puzzle pieces continue to fall into place, and a significant new puzzle piece dropped last week, in the form of a preprint published to MedRxIV on July 31st, titled “SARS-CoV-2 Uses CD4 to Infect T Helper Lymphocytes.”
Although “just” a preprint, it features no fewer than seventy-seven authors. And it has already gathered three positive peer reviews. Let’s start with their conclusion, and then try to unpack what it means. The study’s admittedly obscure conclusion:
We demonstrated that SARS-CoV-2 spike glycoprotein (S) directly binds to the CD4 molecule, which in turn mediates the entry of SARS-CoV-2 in T helper cells. This leads to impaired CD4 T cell function and may cause cell death. SARS-CoV-2-infected T helper cells express higher levels of IL-10, which is associated with viral persistence and disease severity. Thus, CD4-mediated SARS-CoV-2 infection of T helper cells may contribute to a poor immune response in COVID-19 patients.
The researchers figured this out by first using sophisticated genetic software to analyze covid’s RNA. The results showed that covid’s spike protein potentially interacts with 77 different human tissues. But, after they filtered the results for proteins found on the outside of human cells, which are accessible to the spike, they found only one match: something called CD4 helper cells.
Then the researchers proved that covid does target CD4 cells in vivo, including by infecting previously un-infected blood, and by testing blood samples from recovering covid patients. They were very careful and the result seems pretty well established. So it almost seems like the spike was designed to attack this one particular type of cell. But what is it?
CD4 cells are also called “T helper cells.” They are a type of white blood cell playing a critical role in the immune system. Specifically, CD4 is a key part of the adaptive immune response, which is the body's initial defense mechanism against infections.
In fact, at bottom your immune system is coordinated by CD4 cells, which are the front line of recognizing invasive pathogens like viruses and bacteria. The CD4 cells raise an alarm, prompting other types of immune cells to respond appropriately. CD4 accomplishes this by releasing ‘signaling molecules’ called cytokines. In turn, cytokines regulate the activity of more complex immune cells.
Not to beat a dead horse, but CD4 cells are especially important in coordinating the immune response against infections, and they are central to the body's ability to remember and respond to specific pathogens. However, certain viruses, like HIV, specifically target and infect CD4 cells themselves, thereby knocking out the frontline immune response and weakening the overall immune system — which alarmingly creates increased vulnerability to other opportunistic infections.
Opportunistic infections like monkeypox, Hansen’s disease, RSV, and so on. Just to name a few, at random.
So what does all this mean, beyond a weakened immune system? The researchers speculated:
Infection of CD4+ T cells by SARS-CoV-2 could explain lymphocytopenia and dysregulated inflammatory response in severe COVID-19 patients. Moreover, from an evolutionary perspective, infection of CD4+ T cells represents an effective mechanism for viruses to escape the immune response.
In other words, the spike protein’s CD4-attacking feature seems almost designed to avoid the human immune response. Just what you’d want in a bioweapon, for example.
Once inside the CD4 cell, the covid virus weakens and kills it, destroying part of the immune system each time it happens. Worse, this process increases systemic levels of an inflammatory cytokine called Interleukin-10 (IL-10 ), which is associated with “viral persistence,” meaning an IL-10 inflammation makes it harder for the body to clear an infection. So covid — specifically its spike protein — hits the immune system two different ways.
Ultimately, the authors conceded that we don’t know how long the effect lasts:
How long these alterations in T cell function persist in vivo and whether they have long-lasting impacts on adaptive immunity remains to be determined.
But we do know one thing. Every time someone takes a jab, they reset their doses of spike, flooding their bodies with another few months worth. Back at the time the FDA “approved” the safest and most effective vaccines in human history, this effect of attacking the immune system through CD4 was unknown. One wonders, doesn’t one, whether it would have made any difference had these dangerous knock-on effects been publicly known.
Anyway, and most significantly, the authors ended by proposing further research to help develop clinical treatments based on knowing about covid’s CD4-targeted behavior:
Hence, avoiding T cell infection by blocking SARS-CoV-2—CD4 interaction and boosting T cell resistance against SARS-CoV-2 might represent complementary therapeutic approaches to preserve immune response integrity and prevent patients from progressing to the severe stages of COVID-19.
In other words — millions of lives might have been saved had we had known about this problem early in the pandemic. But instead, all those people were given useless remdesivir treatments and smothered by ventilators. And they died in large numbers.
Now let’s take a look at the indisputable evidence that damns the United States government, especially its bloated health agencies.
🔥 Guess what the evidence shows? Fauci and the NIH knew all along. On January 30th of 2020 — right at the start of the pandemic — a group of Indian researchers published a study, which was nearly immediately forced to be withdrawn, that claimed HIV genes were found inserted into covid’s RNA. HIV also targets the CD4 cell.
So the problem wasn’t hard to find. But even if the CDC and the NIH somehow never saw the withdrawn study, a FOIA’d email dated Tuesday, February 4th, 2020, proves that reprehensible human cockroach Anthony Fauci was separately and directly told about this immuno-destructive feature of covid, at the time when the knowledge could have saved countless lives, but he arrogantly dismissed it. (Or worse, he and the NIH actively suppressed the information.)
Here’s the proof:
There was no good reason for the NIH to fail to follow up on this email. Even bypassing Fauci’s dismissive tone, a tone — “this person” — suggesting the emailer should be submerged in the nearest septic tank until he stopped kicking, even overlooking all that: Fauci forwarded the email to NIH staff for action.
But nothing happened. It just went away.
Remember: as the new study suggested, we might have developed treatments to deal with CD4 infection and IL-10 cytokine expression, treatments that would have saved countless lives. Instead, what did the NIH do? Nothing. Or worse, they aggressively suppressed the discovery.
Maybe they suppressed it because of Fauci’s long, sordid history with HIV. Fauci needed another HIV scandal like a hole in the cranium.
Think about it. Even setting aside the panoply of conspiracy facts suggesting much darker motives, in early February of 2020 Fauci was looking at a brand-new (“novel”) coronavirus to play with. He probably knew full well that thousands of germaphobes would soon be 3D-printing idolic Fauci bobbleheads and setting up little Fauci shrines. The last thing Fauci wanted would’ve been to drag all that old HIV baggage into the covid pandemic.
If that happened, everybody would just be remembering how the bureaucratic human barnacle bungled the HIV pandemic.
And who knows? They might have even pulled him off the project, because of the awful optics. Worse, maybe that ridiculous buffoon Luc Montagnier might’ve been put in charge of the response. Montagnier’s Nobel prize for HIV should’ve been Fauci’s, if it weren’t for all those meddling gay Americans who muddled the waters so much.
But that’s not all. Not even close.
🔥 Let’s not forget about the money. This clip compilation by pandemic heroine Texas Lindsay (may God bless her and keep her long upon the Earth) is relevant and mind-blowing. You might want to watch it twice. Lindsay’s five-minute clip assembled the entire story, but please don’t miss Fauci’s appearance expressing his 2019 desire, his “hope,” to “rapidly respond to something brand new.”
Here’s the point. Forget about ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine for a minute. If an effective treatment targeting covid’s deadliest unique mechanism of harm had been developed, a treatment that could have interrupted the destructive autoimmune cytokine storm by, say, blocking covid’s attack on CD4 cells, the entire pandemic would have been avoided.
And if that had happened, if the pandemic had been avoided, mass mail-in ballots wouldn’t have been authorized, Trump would have been re-elected, the NIH would never have earned billions, and millions of costly social security recipients would still be alive. Not to mention the losses to all the downstream pandemic beneficiaries like Amazon, Bill Gates, corporate media, social media, hospitals, military bio-contractors, and local governments that would never had gotten paid.
To a large group of amoral, devil-worshipping, government-enriched élites, that would have been a catastrophe.
🔥 But it may even be worse than that. If, as the study suggests, covid includes HIV, and works like HIV, then it is possible that the worst is yet to come. HIV starts with cold-like symptoms, just like covid, but then remains dormant for 8-10 years before the truly serious immune deterioration begins.
The connections between covid and HIV aren’t new. Over the last two years, there have been any number of signs of similarities cropping up between HIV and covid, as well as increasing government interest in HIV. For just one example, you’ll recall last year’s push for everyone to get tested for HIV:
Or this headline from the Hill in January 2022:
Or this headline, from December 2020, about Australia’s decision to stop developing its own covid vaccine:
Finally, in the “for what it’s worth” category, from NBC’s report on that bizarre Chinese biolab discovered in an abandoned California warehouse, a similarly-bizarre HIV connection:
So. All of that — and there’s lots more — seems … like a pretty weird coincidence.
🔥 Now remember: we’ve proven Fauci and the NIH knew about covid’s HIV-like effects in February 2020. Yet they rabidly censored all discussion about the problem, even to the extent of shutting down all research or even speculation into the bioweapons design of the virus. After all, if covid was zoonotic (naturally evolved in bats) nobody would even consider something like this. In other words, don’t be silly, what do bats have to do with HIV?
Here’s the bottom line. The decision to include spike protein in the experimental shots may wind up being the most deadly, recklessly negligent, reprehensible, and ultimately horrifying decision ever to emerge from fevered imaginations of mediocre government scientists. Spike’s mechanism of attacking CD4 cells — directly attacking the immune system itself — should have been an absolute disqualifier for inclusion of spike protein in the jabs.
A hundred percent.
Why? Because even if the jabs do protect people from severe cases of covid — a highly debatable claim — they possibly, or even likely, increase the risk of further opportunistic non-covid infections later on, down the road. That’s an incalculable risk. In other words, there’s no way they can realistically say the unquantifiable benefits of the jabs outweigh the incalculable risks.
There’s some good news. The good news is that awareness is growing, and growing fast, as this 77-author study proves, and that means treatments can be developed for affected folks. There are plenty of reasons to be optimistic about that. But perhaps more importantly, it means that accountability is right around the corner, albeit in legal/scientific time frames.
It wasn’t just Fauci. The FOIA emails prove it was the entire NIH and government health apparatus.
Drip, drip, drip, flood.
Have a terrific Tuesday! C&C will be back tomorrow with a good news roundup to lift your spirits. Till then.
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