Scientists Claim ‘Smoking Gun’ Link Between Covid Vaccine and Lethal Blood Clots

What has been written off by multiple “fact-checkers” over the past year as conspiracy theory or unfounded claims has reportedly been discovered by scientists at Cardiff University. Researchers discovered that a protein in blood likes to bind to part of the AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine, which can lead to dangerous clotting.

When AstraZeneca’s vaccine rolled out earlier this year, its release was shrouded in claims that it was causing blood clots in individuals. However, the fact checkers rushed to the press to claim otherwise with outlets like USA Today claiming “No definitive link between AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine and blood clot incidents.”

Reuters also came to the defense of the vaccine in an article the same month claiming “Fact Check-Experts say the Oxford AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine is safe and that its benefits far outweigh possible risks.”

But deadly risks are possible and according to the new research, scientists have found a direct link between blood clots and vaccines, referring to this link as a “smoking gun.”

“We’ve been able to prove the link between the key smoking guns of adenoviruses and platelet factor four,” Alan Parker, a co-author of the new paper who studies virotherapies at Cardiff University in Wales, told BBC News. But he added that uncovering exactly how that binding causes clumps to form will require further research—“what we have is the trigger, but there’s a lot of steps that have to happen next.”

Unlike Pfizer’s mRNA jab, the AstraZeneca vaccine encapsulates coronavirus genetic material inside a weakened version of the common cold virus – known as an adenovirus, which infects chimpanzees.

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Author: HP McLovincraft

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