Research scientist warns coronavirus vaccines have ‘terrible safety record’ historically


by David McLoone, LifeSite News:

Dr. James Lyons-Weiler said that COVID-19 vaccine producers are bypassing industry-standard testing and ignoring basic protocols

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania, December 16, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – A highly credentialed research scientist has called out vaccine producers for failing to implement basic safety standards, warning that “21% of people are having serious adverse events from this vaccine.”


In a speech given to the Pennsylvania Medical Freedom Press Conference on October 20, Dr. James Lyons-Weiler, who holds a Ph.D. in biology, described how the current COVID-19 vaccine being produced by Moderna, amongst others, has not undergone industry-standard testing, ignoring basic protocols.

Lyons-Weiler is President and CEO of The Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge (IPAK) and has his own, peer-reviewed study into COVID-19 related illness and mortality.

Lyons-Weiler asserted during the conference that “historically vaccines for coronaviruses have had a terrible safety record.”

He went on to describe that, in his own peer-reviewed research, “prior to the development of any COVID vaccines, I found that all but one of the proteins in the SARS-CoV-2 virus have what we call unsafe epitopes.” Continuing, he explained that these epitopes are “parts of proteins that are capable of causing immune conditions, autoimmune conditions, and immune responses against proteins in our own body.”

Attention was drawn to what Lyons-Weiler called “pathogenic priming,” a method by which the body can respond to viral infections. In his study, Lyons-Weiler addressed the risks of pathogenic priming and the associated autoimmunity from the epitopes he found in his COVID-19 research, passing his findings on to major vaccine manufacturers.

“To my knowledge, not a single vaccine manufacturer took heed of my warning to remove those unsafe epitopes from the vaccines before they formulated their vaccines, in spite of being emailed my study with a plea to please consider taking out those unsafe epitopes,” Lyons-Weiler said.

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