Today in the U.S. Supreme Court we heard an example of the problem with PCR kits, which points to the problem with this entire “pandemic.”
Two lawyers who tested positive for COVID-19 delivered their arguments remotely during the hearing where half of U.S. states and many businesses challenged Biden’s mandates, which was held in a building that has been closed to the public for almost two years.
Ohio’s Solicitor General Ben Flowers delivered an argument by telephone, according to the Ohio attorney general’s office:
‘Ben who is vaccinated and boosted, tested positive for COVID-19 after Christmas. His symptoms were exceptionally mild and he has since fully recovered,’ the office said.
‘The Court required a PCR test yesterday which detected the virus so for that reason he is arguing remotely.’
As I have said since before the PCR test was authorized for non-diagnostic emergency use (EUA) by CDC/FDA:
(1) it is not possible for the test to determine whether or not the person who tested positive has SARS-CoV2 versus the person had corona virus sometime in the past, and
(2) it is not possible for the test to determine whether or not a person who tested positive is infectious to others, and
(3) it is not possible to determine whether or not the person who tested positive will or will not become ill.
(4) it is not possible for the PCR test to determine if the virus is dead or alive.
And this is the same test used to validate safety and efficacy in clinical trials for the “vaccines.” And the same test used to determine and report “cases,” hospitalizations, and deaths associated with Covid-19, for which the health care facility collects large bonuses for covid patients. And the same test which politicians, media, etc. have used to hype fear, control populations, and destroy businesses and income. The databases and history of this “pandemic” using PCR data are worthless. The story does not end there.