Solving the Riddle of Byram Bridle
By Rosemary Frei, MSc | November 27, 2021 | rosemaryfrei.ca
This article is challenging certain opposition/alternative media experts and outlets concerning their enthusiasm for Dr. Byram Bridle of the University of Guelph, who is otherwise actively promoting the use of vaccines other than the mRNA vaccines.
And the last section challenges well-known activist experts who are making claims about the specific lethality of the spike protein in COVID-19 mRNA vaccines without citing studies that actually involve those vaccines. Scroll down to this discussion at the end of the article:
Shaky Spike-Protein-Related Assertions
Let’s now switch gears a bit to address one of Bridle’s central claims about the mRNA Covid shots.
He lays the lion’s share of the blame for the serious injuries, such as myocarditis, and deaths from those jabs on the spike protein — which is produced in the body after the jabs — entering the bloodstream. He suggests that other shots do not lead to this type of spread. . . .
The author gets into the details about the lack of evidence for making this claim about the vaccine spike protein causing these injuries.
I think the author has a good point that we should be careful to find hard evidence for statements we repeat from media outlets we prefer because potentially we end up misunderstanding (or are led to misunderstand) what is really going on with these injections.
Another important point in the article is the problem with vaccines in general, which many people need to learn about and not overlook.
An earlier article that addresses claims about this topic and others:
Three Tips for Checking Whether A Medical Study is Legit or Bulls-it
Rosemary Frei, MSc | May 24, 2021 | rosemaryfre.ca
… Tip One: Is key information left out or hidden?
Tip Two: If the source material is a study about the effect of an intervention, does the study measure serious illness or death in humans, or is it on animals or theoretical, test-tube models?
Tip Three: Does the study contain the information that the article or video referring to it says it contains?…
… You’ve very likely seen the April 30, 2021, news article from the Salk Institute. It’s titled, ‘The novel coronavirus’ spike protein plays additional key role in illness.’ Its subtitle is, ‘Salk researchers and collaborators show how the protein damages cells, confirming COVID-19 as a primarily vascular disease.’
The article has been weaponized to bolster virtually every Covid-related viewpoint. For example, many news reports about it — such as this one – claim that the Salk paper provides yet more proof that Covid is deadly, and also shows that Covid exerts its action via the spike protein attacking blood vessels.
And many other pieces — such as this video – say that it demonstrates yet another way mRNA vaccines are injuring and killing millions of people.
Then the author (who doesn’t deny harm is being caused by injections) exposes a flaw with the actual study:
The data that support the findings of this study, including statistical analyses and reagents used, are available from the corresponding author upon request.