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Magnets Are Sticking to Some COVID-19 ‘vaccine’ Injection Sites...Why?


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By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal, June 2, 2021


   Over the past couple of weeks, hundreds of personal videos have been shared online by people who received a COVID-19 ‘vaccine’ and allegedly found the injection site on their arm is now able to attract small magnets, leading some to question what was in the so-called ‘vaccine’ that could have caused the intriguing effect.1

   The COVID-19 ‘vaccine’ is not really a vaccine.  It is actually considered gene therapy and has never been tried before in humans.  Ergo, this magnetic attraction at injection sites is brand new information for all of us.

   The establishment left-wing news media has even taken notice.  NBC News produced a news clip, now on YouTube, with the title:  “Fact Check: There are no magnets in the COVID-19 vaccine.”  But, not so fast, NBC.

   First of all, anything that is labeled “Fact Check” from the left wing news media needs to be considered paid propaganda to start with.  Given the fact that pharmaceutical companies are paying product placement fees to high traffic social media users, and quite likely to the television news networks, too, all of the so-called “news” stories debunking these types of stories could just as easily be paid propaganda placement to create counter narratives to distract from problems with these gene therapy concoctions; making television news programs nothing more than home shopping channel-style marketing agents for the vaccine manufacturers - certainly not a source one would want to rely on to determine if there are any safety issues with these products.

   While it may be true that no magnets are in the COVID-19 ‘vaccine’ the NBC news clip is a straw-man argument.  This means they put forth an argument they already knew they could win - magnets in the COVID-19 vaccine - then proceeded to “debunk” it.  That’s just sloppy, disingenuous journalism.

   Also getting in on the propaganda was left-wing media late night comedian, Jimmy Kimmel, who produced a short bit called “Magnet Morons” belittling those who claimed magnets were sticking to their injection sites.  Perhaps we shouldn’t be looking to comedians for scientific analysis of our health issues.

      The mRNA COVID-19 shots are built around a technology called lipid nanoparticles which allegedly encapsulate synthetic COVID-19 spike protein RNA strands and protect them after they’re injected until they can be taken up by the cells.  In a report issued to the US FDA, Pfizer, one of the manufacturers of these new concoctions, stated theirs is based on lipid nanoparticles.2

   In a subtle admission that there may be some magnetic issues, the cancer treatment center, MD Anderson advised in their COVID-19 vaccine Q&A sheet that people who have received the COVID shot and are planning to receive either an MRI or CT scan - tests that use high level magnetic or electro-magnetic fields, respectively, to produce internal images of the human body - should, “talk to your doctor to see if it’s medically appropriate to delay the exam for 6 to 10 weeks after your COVID-19 vaccination.”3

   Apparently, there’s something to the magnetic properties of the injection site because traditional vaccines have never caused a delay of an MRI or CT scan in the past.

   So, what could be causing the magnetic attraction?  Some have suggested implantable computer chips, but the needle used to do the COVID injection is much too small for that.  Besides that, most electronic chips intended for biological use are composed of non-ferrous (non-magnetic) metals such as gold, silver, titanium, etc. so they won’t “rust” when exposed to the water inside a human body.

     Traditional magnets - such as those “fact checked” by NBC News -  can nearly be ruled out.  But, as an aside, there is a liquid magnetic fluid called “Ferro fluid” which has been around for years and used in high powered speaker systems to cool voice coils.  That is also not very likely in this case.  What seems to be most plausible is the advanced technology called Hydrogel, which is coupled with the lipid nanoparticles to make them more streamlined and efficient.

   DARPA - the research arm of the U.S. military - has admitted to researching Hydrogel technology to create real time monitoring of a human’s vital signs via injected lipid nanoparticles coupled with fluorescing hydrogel and linked to a sensor that can relay that information to the internet via a Smartphone or similar Wi-Fi link.4


Magnetic Hydrogels

   Modern hydrogels were being developed as early as the 1960’s and injectable magnetic hydrogels have been studied for the past several years in the fields of bone, cartilage and tissue regeneration and repair.  They have also been used in experiments on heart, muscle and nerve regeneration.

   Interestingly, at the start of the COVID-19 media blitz - and first human trials of the experimental COVID-19 ‘vaccines’ - in March, 2020, an article entitled; “Recent Advances on Magnetic Sensitive Hydrogels in Tissue Engineering” was published in the journal Frontiers in Chemistry.5

   That research article opened by admitting that, “Recently, magnetic hydrogels, which are fabricated using iron oxide-based particles and different types of hydrogel matrices, are becoming more and more attractive in biomedical applications by taking advantage of their biocompatibility, controlled architectures, and smart response to magnetic field remotely.”

   As part of tissue regeneration research, the article goes on, “hydrogels have been conducted into the biomedical application to provide a tunable three-dimensional scaffold for cell adhesion, migration, and/or differentiation, and they could also be designed as the platform for the controlled release of cytokines and drugs in tissue engineering and drug delivery.”

   This sounds a lot like the lipid nanoparticles being used in the COVID shots today.

   The article further stated that, “Recently, magnetically responsive hydrogel, as one kind of smart hydrogels, has been introduced into biomedical applications in improving the biological activities of cells, tissues, or organs.  This is mainly attributed to its magnetic responsiveness to external magnetic field and obtaining functional structures to remotely regulate physical, biochemical and mechanical properties of the milieu surrounding the cells, tissues, or organs.”

   NBC News’ straw-man argument which said magnets are not in the COVID-19 ‘vaccine’ misses a key point that magnets don’t have to be in the vaccine in order for the injection site to become magnetic.  NBC News may be correct by stating that there are no magnets in the vaccine, but magnets aren’t just attracted to other magnets, they are also attracted to, and interact with, ferrous metals like iron and iron oxide.  After all, a magnet will attract a steel paper clip, or the surface of a refrigerator, but that doesn’t mean those items themselves are magnets.  That’s where NBC News used their straw-man argument to misdirect people’s attention away from other potential components of the COVID-19 ‘vaccine’ such as magnetic hydrogels.

    The Frontiers in Chemistry article then describes the composition of magnetic hydrogels as composed of various forms of iron oxides such as Fe3O4, and CoFe2O4.  The atomic symbol for Iron is “Fe” and Oxygen is “O” so whenever you see Fe and O together it’s describing some form of iron oxide - which is attracted to magnets quite nicely.

   Researchers are developing methods using these iron oxide-based hydrogels to encapsulate drugs in a solution of lipid nanoparticles and use magnetic fields to “steer” them to their intended target within the body.  They also are used to build scaffolding that can help in bone and tissue regeneration.

   The article goes on, “Recently, the magnetic hydrogels as injectable systems have displayed great potential for tissue repair and magnetic drug targeting.”  Are hydrogels what are being used in COVID-19 vaccines?  Not sure, we haven’t heard anyone admitting it at this point.

   The article also states that the magnetic hydrogels are still in the experimental stage and that “the cytotoxicity and long-term fate of magnetic particles embedded within the magnetic hydrogels in vivo must be taken for consideration.  No identical criteria have been made to evaluate this important issue of magnetic hydrogels since the fabrication process and physicochemical properties vary in many aspects.”


“Soft Robots”

   Advances in the use of hydrogels - at least those they are admitting to - have moved into the realm of micro-robots that can be implanted in the blood stream or tissue to do work, controlled by magnetic fields.

   An article at published in December, 2020 entitled, “Magnetically controlled hydrogel-based smart transformers”6 examined the research in the journals, Advanced Intelligent Systems; Nature Reviews Materials; and Nature to show where the technology for “soft robots” is and how far along it has come.

   The article, authored by Thamarasse Jeewandara described “shape memory hydrogels” that can be deformed by a magnetic field and return to their original form after the field goes away (think of a thumb and forefinger grabbing something, then letting go).  Jeewandara writes, “When hydrogels are illuminated with near-infrared (NIR) light, these magnetic nanoparticles will continuously convert light into heat, causing the hydrogel to be heated.  This will cause reversible deformation of the hydrogel for applications as freely moving soft robots.  This strategy will help promote the development of new shape memory hydrogel systems for applications as untethered robots...Using the hydrogel, [researchers] showed how magnet-induced directional navigation could guide a soft transformer through a maze.  Such experimental concepts have potential for a range of applications as soft carriers to transport cargo for drug delivery systems and release in biomedicine.”

   This is not to say that the COVID-19 shots are using these specific technologies.  The soft robots described above are simple devices like a vice that can grab materials by opening and closing, guided by a magnetic field.  In that sense there would need to be a magnetic field near the hydrogels to direct the process.

   But, given the speed of the 70 year-old technology, the rapid rate of progress in the field and the government’s propensity to lie and flabbergast us all with BS propaganda it is simply not known where the technology is today in general and what is being used specifically in these COVID-19 gene therapies  that government is so adamant about injecting into all of us today.