|Posted:||April 5, 2023 01:49 PM|
|From:||Senator Doug Mastriano|
|To:||All Senate members|
|Subject:||Banning the use of gene therapy products in our food supply|
|Soon, I will introduce legislation that will clearly state that gene therapy products such as mRNA technology shall never be injected into Pennsylvania’s food supply.
mRNA technology is a form of gene therapy applied for the purpose of eliciting an immune response through the creation of spike proteins.
One of the inventors of mRNA technology, Dr. Robert Malone, has noted that these toxic spike proteins (particularly in children) often cause permanent damage in critical organs such as the brain and nervous system, heart and blood vessels, and the reproductive system. Malone has also noted that mRNA technology has not been adequately tested to understand all harms and potential risks.
According to research recently conducted by the Florida Department of Health, mRNA vaccines are associated with an 84% increase in cardiac-related adverse events among males 18-39 years old.
Pharmaceutical companies are in the process or have already developed mRNA vaccines for use on livestock. Bayer and BioNtech have been developing mRNA vaccines for livestock since 2016 while Merck has already introduced mRNA vaccines to the market for commercial swine.
In 2021, The National Science Foundation awarded a $500,000 grant to researchers at the University of California- Riverside to develop technology that can transfer mRNA into edible plant cells in food items such as lettuce and spinach.
Injection of gene therapy into the food supply would result in Pennsylvanians unknowingly and unwillingly consuming gene altering mRNA technology.
My legislation will get out in front of this issue before it is widespread to clearly state that gene therapy products are banned from being integrated into any part of the food supply in the commonwealth.
Please join me as a co-sponsor.
Introduced as SB883