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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Expressed Concerns About mRNA Covid-19 Vaccines

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg expressed his concerns over the still experimental Covid-19 mRNA vaccines in a video leaked by Project Veritas.

Zuckerberg expressed concern that the mRNA vaccines may be modifying people’s DNA.

Messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) encodes proteins of Covid-19 which are inserted into human cells to stimulate the immune system to make antibodies.

A successful mRNA vaccine has never been approved for use in humans in history.

In the leaked video, Zuckerberg expressed his concerns about the “long-term side effects” of “basically modifying people’s DNA and RNA” to fight Covid-19.

“I share some caution on this [vaccine] because we just don’t know the long-term side effects of basically modifying people’s DNA and RNA,” Zuckerberg said in the leaked Zoom video.

Facebook: Claims they want people to “discuss, debate and share their personal experiences, opinions and views” as it pertains to the pandemic

Also Facebook: Removing vaccine concerns from their platform, including ones once expressed by Mark Zuckerberg! pic.twitter.com/OxRzlW7JWj

— James O’Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) February 17, 2021

But in a public video several months later, Zuckerberg repeated Dr. Anthony Fauci’s claim that the vaccines do not modify DNA or RNA.

First of all, DNA is inherent in your own nucleus cell. Sticking in anything foreign will ultimately get cleared,” said Fauci.

But Fauci doesn’t clarify whether he is talking about the foreign mRNA in the Covid-19 vaccines.

Any discussion of the Covid-19 vaccines modifying DNA is banned from the Facebook platform.

Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe said that Zuckerberg imposes standards on his users that he does not live up to himself in private.

“Isn’t it interesting that Zuckerberg can vacillate and evolve his thinking on the subject of vaccines. But as soon as he’s made up his mind, or appears to have made up his mind on a topic, he disallows the almost 3 billion Facebook users to do the same?,” said O’Keefe.

He added: “Rules for thee, but not for me.”

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