The emergence of messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) vaccine technology has transformed the medical landscape, like it or not. The technology used to be researched for cancer (with less than positive results), but when the COVID crisis thrust the gene therapy into the infectious disease arena, global, devastating outcomes have spawned concerns and controversy.
Despite the very real human health concerns, like myocarditis, this modified DNA medicine continues to gain traction. Its presence in the food supply has become front and center for those seeking to avoid the gene-altering tech. (It was CONFIRMED, in April of this year, that cattle farmers WILL be using mRNA vaccines in pigs and cows). States are introducing bills to protect informed consumption, while organic and regenerative farms are taking their stance against this technology entering the food supply. What does this mean for your family in the grocery aisles and what can you do to avoid it?
The fact that the trials on the shots were never measuring reduction in death or infection, as was claimed on all the legacy media, was known and published in 10月 2020 in the British Medical Journal—they knew. The study editors state: "None of the trials currently underway are designed to detect a reduction in any serious outcome such as hospital admissions, use of intensive care, or deaths. Nor are the vaccines being studied to determine whether they can interrupt transmission of the virus."
The enormous chasm between what the public was told about the mRNA shots and what turned out to be truth has caused such distrust in obtaining true information about the risks, much of the public is determined to completely avoid any exposure—especially in the food supply, where control is limited.
The uncertainty regarding the consequences of consuming livestock vaccinated with mRNA vaccines was enough a cause for concern for the great state of Texas to introduce the **Informed Consumer Choice:** S.B. 2632, which proposes mandatory labeling of meat food products derived from livestock injected with mRNA vaccine material. This labeling would provide consumers with the information they need to make informed choices about their food purchases. S.B. 2632 seeks to ensure transparency by requiring clear and conspicuous labeling of meat products derived from livestock injected with mRNA vaccine material. It defines mRNA vaccine material as genetic material introduced to stimulate antibody production and provide immunity against diseases.
S.B. 2632 emphasizes the importance of consumer empowerment and informed decision-making. Texas Commissioner of Agriculture, Sid Miller stated:
Since news of the development of mRNA vaccines and mRNA-related treatments for livestock came to the attention of the Texas Department of Agriculture, we have been working towards developing a fact and science-based assessment of the risks associated with this technology. Our analysis will include the clinical research, the structure of existing Texas law, and the public policy, economic, and production impact of the different policy prescriptions we may adopt. I aim to ensure that Texas agriculture remains safe, trusted, healthy, and wholly uninfected by dangerous or unproven technology. I personally take this issue very seriously. No political hot takes. Just a well-reasoned and well-researched proposal based on a wide range of input from stakeholders, scientists, agriculturalists, and other experts.
Meanwhile, a similar bill in Arizona: HB2762 - 561R - addresses several key points:
- Disclosure of mRNA Vaccine Use: The bill mandates the disclosure of all products made from aquaculture, livestock, or poultry that have received mRNA vaccines. This transparency is intended to inform consumers about the vaccination status of the animals used for food production. Prohibition of Organic Labeling: The bill expressly forbids products from animals vaccinated with mRNA vaccines from being labeled as organic. This restriction aims to maintain the integrity of the organic label, as organic farming traditionally avoids the use of synthetic substances, including vaccines.
- Regulatory Constraints: The bill limits the authority of the Arizona Department of Agriculture Director and the State Veterinarian in administering mRNA vaccines. Specifically, they are prohibited from requiring or administering mRNA vaccines that have not received full approval from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) or the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Missouri House Bill 1169 would also require labeling of products that can alter your genes. Big Ag lobbyists strongly oppose it. But you can voice your opinion and demand transparency by contacting senators and congressmen in your state. In fact, the only reason why bills like these are being presented is because people like you spoke up in those states. We commend the caring citizens who spoke. We need not just be "consumers' of the industrial food system; we can also be creators of a new, safe, nontoxic, and nutrient-dense food system.
Help Protect Food Integrity in Pennsylvania
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Pennsylvania legislators have introduced a good bill to ban gene therapy products such as mRNA technology from being injected into the food supply. Senate Bill 883 would also mandate fully informed consent for any products capable of infecting, transmitting to, or being absorbed by an individual, especially those serving as medical interventions, vaccines, drugs, or genetic modifications.
This bill seeks to amend Title 35 (Health and Safety) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, which addresses the prohibition and disclosure of specific products.
SB 883 was introduced and referred to the Senate Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee on 8/16/2023.
Your voice is crucial in ensuring the success of this vital legislation. We urge you to act today!
Calls are more effective than emails and only take a few minutes. Below is a Sample Script along with additional Talking Points. Use your own words when you call or email – a personal message is always more effective than a form message!
Contact your Pennsylvania State Senator and urge him/her to support SB 883.
This can be applied to any state. Just leave off the name of the bill and generally demand bills that keep mRNA out of the food supply of your state. You can look up who represents you at: https://www.pasen.gov
My name is ____ and I live in (town). I am calling to ask Senator ____ to support SB 883 and vote for its passage. SB 883 would ban gene therapy products such as mRNA technology from being injected into Pennsylvania’s food supply.
mRNA gene therapy technology is increasingly being applied to various food sources including lettuce, shrimp, pork, and beef, and the associated risks remain completely uncertain.
The inclusion of gene therapy in our food supply could lead to Pennsylvanians inadvertently ingesting gene-altering mRNA technology without their knowledge or consent.
I urge Senator _____to SUPPORT the passage of SB 883.
TALKING POINTS for calls and emails:
Keep your email short! Pick the 2 or 3 of these talking points – or none of them -- that are most important to you, and be sure to explain why this issue matters to you personally.
- mRNA technology is a form of gene therapy applied for the purpose of eliciting an immune response through the creation of spike proteins.
- One of the inventors of mRNA technology, Dr. Robert Malone, has noted that these toxic spike proteins (particularly in children) often cause permanent damage in critical organs such as the brain and nervous system, heart and blood vessels, and the reproductive system. Malone has also noted that mRNA technology has not been adequately tested to understand all harms and potential risks.
- According to research recently conducted by the Florida Department of Health, mRNA vaccines are associated with an 84% increase in cardiac-related adverse events among males 18-39 years old.
- All mRNA shots contain dangerous lipid nanoparticles, which can create a series of toxic reactions, including damage to DNA.[i]
- Nanoparticles may be taken up by the cell’s mitochondria and nucleus. Nanoparticles can interact with proteins and enzymes and alter gene expression, affecting biological behavior at the organ, tissue, cellular, subcellular and protein levels. Because of this, nanoparticle toxicity may result in increased oxidative stress; inflammation; damage to proteins, membranes and DNA; and cellular death.[ii]
- Pharmaceutical companies are in the process or have already developed mRNA vaccines for use on livestock. Bayer and BioNtech have been developing mRNA vaccines for livestock since 2016 while Merck has already introduced mRNA vaccines to the market for commercial swine.
- In 2021, The National Science Foundation awarded a $500,000 grant to researchers at the University of California- Riverside to develop technology that can transfer mRNA into edible plant cells in food items such as lettuce and spinach.
- There are no long-term studies of mRNA shots on the safety, genotoxicity, carcinogenicity, or effect on reproduction.
To view the text, status, and history of the bill click here: https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/billInfo/billInfo.cfm?sYear=2023&sInd=0&body=S&type=B&bn=0883
You can also vote with your wallet. In light of the concerns surrounding mRNA vaccines for animal agriculture, regenerative farms, like REP Provisions, have made their positions clear. In a published statement REP Provisions said:
No, we are not and will not use mRNA vaccines, period. In fact, we don’t use any vaccines on our regenerative farm because we raise our animals on open pastures with access to fresh air, sunlight, and nutritious forage. For us it’s simple, if we keep our animals happy and healthy, they’re less likely to get sick and we don’t need antibiotics or vaccines . . . While it’s unclear if legislation would ever be passed mandating mRNA vaccination in livestock, it’s no secret Big Ag is heavily influenced by Big Pharma. Already multinational meat companies utilize 80% of all antibiotics produced on their livestock, so it’s not hard to see why vaccine companies eager to increase profits are jumping to capture the animal agriculture market.
Will Harris of White Oak Pastures recently tweeted:
There is talk about domesticated food animals soon being vaccinated with #mRNA. We want our customers to know that we will not vaccinate our animals with #mRNAvaccines. We believe there is a time and place for vaccinations, but they must be used sparingly. If livestock are raised in an environment where they can express their natural instincts, they probably won't need many (if any) vaccines. We hope to one day move away from all vaccines on our farm- we are close, but not there yet.
Regenerative and biodynamic farmers are the rock star solutionists once again in this mRNA landscape because they systematically reject unnatural and inhumane, industrial animal agriculture operations. Essentially their position is that CAFOs (also known as feedlots) act as a petri dish for infectious diseases, viruses, parasites, and vectors of food borne illnesses. Most animals raised in concentrated animal feeding operations would not survive long enough to make it to slaughter without the use of antibiotics, drugs, hormones, and vaccines. This is why organic, regenerative farmers choose to raise pastured, biodynamically-raised cattle, which they assert are healthy and therefore don’t need vaccines.
The best course of consumer protection, as we, at Moms Across America always recommend, is sourcing food through regenerative farms, preferably local. Farms like REP Provisions stand against mRNA vaccines in livestock and serve as a model for responsible and sustainable agriculture. By prioritizing natural immunity, animal welfare, and environmental stewardship, such farms offer a compelling alternative approach that aligns with the principles of ethical and sustainable food production.
Seek out regenerative, organic farms as a means of supporting ethical and sustainable agriculture while avoiding mRNA vaccine ingredients in their food and support state bills that require labeling. Together we can make a difference and ensure healthy families and healthy communities.