‘Gold Standard’ Covid PCR Test Can’t Detect Illness or Distinguish Variants

The “gold standard” test for Covid-19, the PCR test, is not designed to detect illness, as stated by its inventor biochemist, Kary Mullis, PhD.

“PCR, it’s just a process that’s used to make a whole lot of something out of something,” said Mullis July 12, 1997, when speaking about its use in detecting HIV.

Considering the PCR test is used globally, it’s shocking that govts continue to use it despite Mullis saying, “It doesn’t tell you that you’re sick, and it doesn’t tell you that the thing you ended up with, [like Covid-19], really was going to hurt you.”

The comments of Dr. Erich Fogg, MD, who runs a Covid-19 testing site at York Hospital, Maine, further damn the use of the PCR test in today’s global fear campaign of the mild Omicron variant, “All the PCR test will tell you is whether you test positive for COVID-19, but it doesn’t specify. It is not sophisticated enough to tell you specific variants of the virus.”

Govts around the world are deceitfully propping up a “pandemic,” including characterizing the asymptomatic as sick, through the use of inflated data via the PCR test.

3 thoughts on “‘Gold Standard’ Covid PCR Test Can’t Detect Illness or Distinguish Variants”

  1. “All the PCR test will tell you is whether you test positive for COVID-19, but it doesn’t specify. It is not sophisticated enough to tell you specific variants of the virus.”
    Did Dr Fogg not read Mullis. It doesn’t detect Covid 19 or so called variants. And it can be set to show almost 100% false positive if amplified enough or doesn’t show any positive at all if the amplification is lowered. Maybe the choice of this test was deliberate. And if the seasonal flu disappeared, can we be sure that Covid 19 exist or could just be a re-labelling of the flu so as to have new vaccines

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