Smoking gun: Fauci states COVID test has fatal flaw

Source:  John Rappoport ~ Nov 6, 2020     (Click to read full article.)

Fauci says the [PCR] test is useless when it’s run at 35 cycles or higher. The FDA says run the test up to 40 cycles, in order to determine whether the virus is there.

Each “cycle” of the test is a quantum leap in amplification and magnification of the test specimen taken from the patient.

Too many cycles, and the test will turn up all sorts of irrelevant material that will be wrongly interpreted as relevant.

That’s called a false positive.

What Fauci failed to say on the video is: the FDA, which authorizes the test for public use, recommends the test should be run up to 40 cycles. Not 35.

Therefore, all labs in the US that follow the FDA guideline are knowingly or unknowingly participating in fraud. Fraud on a monstrous level, because…

Millions of Americans are being told they are infected with the virus on the basis of a false positive result, and…

The total number of COVID cases in America—which is based on the test—is a gross falsity.

The lockdowns and other restraining measures are based on these fraudulent case numbers.



The RT-PCR Test Was Not Designed to Test for Infectious Diseases

The Antibody Test is More Accurate, but Not Being Widely Used

The inventor of of the PCR Test, Kary Mullis, explains that it cannot be used to diagnose infectious diseases, and that, in fact, if you amplify a sample enough times, anyone can test positive for anything, but that does not mean they have enough viral load to make them sick.   Kary Mullis starting at timestamp 0:32: “…and with PCR, if you do it well, you can find almost anything in anybody, it starts making you believe in the sort of Buddhist notion that everything is contained in everything else.”  

The PCR tests have a huge number of false positives, because anyone who has had a flu shot or a seasonal flu in the last ten years has coronavirus family antibodies, and also, the tests are wildly inaccurate because you can get a positive or negative result from the same specimen based on how many cycles you amplify the specimen:  According to several doctors I’ve seen online, as well as a friend of mine who worked as a microbiologist running PCR tests, the more times you cycle the text, the more background junk gets amplified along with whatever specimen you’re trying to amplify, so if the PCR test is cycled 30 times, NO-ONE tests positive, and if it is cycled 60 times, EVERYONE tests positive.  So who decides whether the right way to run the test is 35 or 45 or 50 cycles?  Do they decide based on how many positive test results they want to end up with?  Are different countries using different numbers of amplification cycles in their testing protocols?  Probably, and probably some countries, including the USA, do not have 
Again, the inventor of the PCR test, Kary Mullis, said it could not be used to diagnose infectious diseases.  And even if it could, the COVID-19 virus has not met Koch’s postulates.  



What Are Koch’s Postulates?

Koch’s Postulates Are the Scientific Method for Identifying Infectious Diseases

: has not been isolated and purified, used to infect a test animal, and then re-isolated and purified from that animal and used to infect another animal.  So it has not been purified enough either for accurate testing, nor for accurate development of a vaccine.  They are testing against a general “coronavirus type RNA fragment” common to all seasonal flu and other type of flu viruses.  Iceland tested a huge percentage of their total population, and found that 53% of the population tested positive, even though their total cases is a much lower percentage.  I would have thought the “positives” would have been closer to 80% or 90%, and 53% is still very high.  
Dr. Thomas Cowan on PCR test inaccuracy (5:51), Koch’s postulates — gold standard for isolating infectious disease (7:41), RT-PCR test inaccurate because Koch’s postulates haven’t been met, so there is no purified coronavirus to test for, and it hasn’t been proven that healthy people don’t carry the same viral fragment (11:38), lack of proper safety testing for vaccines (18:27), PCR test also lacks neutral control, radiation as environmental pollutant causing viral exosomes, and even intense fear causes viral exosomes.



Antibody Testing vs RT-PCR Testing

This kind of testing measures not whether someone tests positive today, but whether someone has developed immunity.

Dr Jay Bhattacharya explains that currently available antibody testing has high specificity and low sensitivity, and that will work fine for determining herd immunity in a population.


Rapid Antigen Test from BD Is Even Less Accurate

Nov 12, 2020

Elon Musk was tested 4 times in one day.  2 tests came back positive, 2 negative.  Same machine, same test, same nurse. 



Reporting Differs Between States and Countries

How Virginia Juked Its COVID-19 Data



Jon Rappoport: CDC Admits COVID-19 Does Not Exist

Where is the Coronavirus? The CDC Says It Isn’t Available

The number of positive results largely depends on how many tests are performed. As the number of tests increased, there were more positive results. There is an obvious discrepancy between the information from the government about a major threat to people’s health and the actually low number of sick people and deaths. This discrepancy is partly explained by the medically difficult to understand definition of a “confirmed case”, even if this person has no symptoms and is perfectly healthy.



Your Coronavirus Test Is Positive. Maybe It Shouldn’t Be.

New York Times ~ Aug 29, 2020      (Click to read full article.)


In three sets of testing data that include cycle thresholds, compiled by officials in Massachusetts, New York and Nevada, up to 90 percent of people testing positive carried barely any virus, a review by The Times found. [This means coronavirus protein fragments were found, but in extremely low levels of viral load.]

“It’s just kind of mind-blowing to me that people are not recording the C.T. values from all these tests — that they’re just returning a positive or a negative,” said Angela Rasmussen, a virologist at Columbia University in New York. “It would be useful information to know if somebody’s positive, whether they have a high viral load or a low viral load,” she added.

In Massachusetts, from 85 to 90 percent of people who tested positive in July with a cycle threshold of 40 would have been deemed negative if the threshold were 30 cycles, Dr. Mina said. “I would say that none of those people should be contact-traced, not one,” he said.