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Apr 18, 2022·edited Apr 18, 2022

Here is the product insert from a test someone gave me, which I never used. Oddly enough, the instructions spell out what you would do (or not do) if you wanted to ensure a negative test. This product was tested on 172 people and was found by the manufacturer to be 93% accurate.

https://flowflexcovid.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/ACON-Labs-Flowflex-US-COVID-19-Home-Test-Consumer-Insert-En.pdf

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Jan 29, 2022·edited Jan 29, 2022

Read the CORMAN DROSTEN REVIEW REPORT online. A professional peer review of the protocol that lays out the parameters and procedures of ALL SARScoV2 RT PCR tests. The team did a point by point review of the molecular chemistry of the testing protocol and concluded, "the test is so flawed on a molecular and methodological level as to be useless as a medical diagnostic test". The protocol left out the amino acid markers that differentiate between viral microorganisms (no positive nor negative controls). No specificity. It also reads only viral fragments due the fact when the protocol was developed in late 2019 early 2020 the only samples available were synthetic SARScoV, not SARScoV2, from China. SARScoV2 hadnt been isolated at that time. Thus the primers in the protocol were bunch to one side and dont read the entire viral length. Additionally, the amplification rate recommended, 45 Ct, renders a 97 percent false positive rate. The typical rate used in the US and European labs, 35 to 40 Ct, still giving massive false positives. High sensitivity. This protocol was adopted without proper peer review the day after it was submitted by both the WHO and Eurosurveillance, and later by the FDA, CDC and other public health agencies.The team found 10 'errors' that they assert renders the test useless, yet it is the most widely used test across the planet. Used to create an illusionary worldwide pandemic out of a ENdemic that overwhelmingly effects specific medical profiles. Steve, check it out. PU.

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Most antigen test show 96-98% false positives.

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These test practices: PCR and RAT are all stupid.

We don’t all go around and test for every disease and pathogen that we may or may not have been exposed to…….unless we are sick and being diagnosed by a doctor…….for possible causes for our condition and symptoms.

Theoretically we could all get nasty stuff just going to a public toilet, so we had all better get tested every week (tongue in cheek) to make sure we don’t have: AIDS, HIV, hepatitis, gonorrhoea, Etc. Etc…………….and we don’t for the flu either. We need to get real.

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You are right on the money Charles, and I am positive Mr. Kary Mullis, the inventor of the PCR test, would wholeheartedly agree as well!😇👵

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These tests are producing false positives galore. Just stop getting tested EVERYONE.

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Only an asymptomatic idiot gets tested.

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Or maybe someone who wants to keep their job.

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Sorry Rocketman the glut of idiot testing does not include mandatory testing for employment .

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Wow, that’s amazing given the amount of employment testing I hear about. Thanks for filling me in. I’ve just avoided testing the whole pandemic, even before I learned about how bogus the tests are. Say, are there stats on that somewhere. That would be interesting to see.

So you don’t think those New Hampshire parents were doing the right thing by clogging the local ER’s with their asymptomatic kids? What are you going to say next? That the jabs are dangerous and that Fauci isn’t science? 😉

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Caution: Abbott rapid home test BinaxNOW contains fatal poison.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/3fHqwyBFrG7K/

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Steve Kirsch, Have you done any research on or ever posted anything about shedding and if not do you plan too?

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Dr Sherri Tenpenny and Dr Christiane Northrup have addressed shedding. Search Rumble and Bitchute.

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I still would like Steve Kirsch to do an article on that.

Plus, an article on what happened to the flu.

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I still can't find any text book proof that asymptomatic infection is a real possibility. It is talked about but I don't believe it is a verified possibility. It is illogical that viruses could be infecting a large number of cells and result in no symptoms. Without a large number of cells infected there can't be enough virus to spread to others. Does anyone have information showing asymptomatic spread is well documented and explaining the process by which it can take place?

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Jan 14, 2022·edited Jan 14, 2022

Thank you Jack. Good article.

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All this testing craziness is strictly a phenomenon of the 2020 propaganda phase of this century, that we are still in by the way. There is really absolutely no need to do any of it, unless of course you own stock in the companies that make them, and you want to get rich along with Fauci, Pfizer, or Moderna executives etc... But for the rest of us, there is no need! None at all!!👵😇

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I've heard that SARS-CoV-2 is "the virus" and that Covid-19 is "the disease". However, the WHO said that there should be no conflation between the two. Covid-19 is not a "disease". Rather, it is a series of clinical symptoms that used to be associated with influenza. One is a virus, and one is a set of clinical symptoms. The problem with that definition and that the expectation is that majority of people who test positive using the PCR method (which test for traces of SARS-CoV-2), are not ill at all. That's how they came up with the term "asymptomatic carrier". That means I may test positive and be "asymptomatic", and the reason for no symptoms is that I'm not actually sick at all.

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If I walk about in a normal fashion,why would l need a test to see if l had a wooden leg?

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Some tests are sensitive to early stages of termite infestation. But they cost more…

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very nice

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I'm more concerned with false positives than negatives. The one antigen test I researched two months ago STATED IN THE PRODUCT INSERT that it was 60% false positives when used on asymptomatic people. Are ANY of these tests suitable for use considering overall seropositivity is so low?

Consider that false positives will be a constant number, and true positives will vary depending on true positivity, so when few people are truly positive the false positives are a greater percentage of the overall positive results reported by each test.

False negatives are bad too, but I don't care as much about them because they don't falsely boost case rates; actually I kind of like false negatives right now (but I'd prefer 100% accurate tests)

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Jan 29, 2022·edited Jan 29, 2022

The false positivity depends on the processing rate the lab processing the given test uses. The higher the cyclic or processing rate, the smaller and smaller amounts or viral genetic material it can detect, down to even a single molecule if the rate is high enough. Far too small to give a viral load capable of causing pathology or being able to transmit. See my post above for further info. PU.

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That sounds terribly confusing. Was this information from Dr. Fauci? Lol!

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But he does sound positive........

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Yes, unfortunately the man who invented the PCR test, Mr. Kary Mullis, died on August 7th, 2019. So his voice was silenced. After the stink he made about they abused those tests to find HIV, and they did it wrong then too! It seems to be main practice now. Just do whatever the.... you want with testing, no one's left alive to question you.😇👵

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The PCR test is merely a method of detecting RNA or DNA fragments. It was never intended to be a test as such. Statistics can be easily manipulated. Keep repeating something over and over, eventually you'll get the result you are looking for. Politicians do this all the time.

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I went to see my Doctor.

I said 'I'm ill'.

He said 'What are your symptoms?'

I said 'I'm perfectly healthy'

In the past he would have said 'Get out of my office you nutter'

Today he says 'Sounds like covid19'

[Obviously this is a joke, no one gets to see their Doctor any more as they are all busy earning extra cash injecting people with a dangerous gene therapy shot].

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Question for those who have refused the death jab and must now subject themselves to regular testing to keep a job: What kind of tests does your employer allow? Does your employer pay for the cost of testing?

Question for anyone suspicious of the nasal swabs: Everyone reading Steve's Substack knows the dangers of the injection, but has anyone read anything credible about the potential dangers of the swab? If so, could you link any relevant information? Thanks.

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"potential dangers of the swab," if you listen to Astrid Stuckelberger, where she is spot on, the swabs go very deep inside your nose, they come in direct contact with your brain broadly speaking... for your information, and comparatively, the eyes are regarded in medicine as authentic part of the brain, not as separate organ.

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Here's the link to a short video from Pam Popper - she is founder of Wellness Forum Health and co-founder of Make Americans Free Again:

https://rumble.com/vrvp18-what-you-should-know-about-at-home-tests.html

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Sharing this: > Lethal Sodium Azide is added to DIY Home Covid Test kits

> If you use test - use a standard qtip... not the one provided. by the way these tests are proving to be inaccurate garbage so what is point -- another reminder that when gov gives they give garbage for free

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> https://futurenews.news/watch?id=61c0b341724c932b860a7175

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> Banned.Video (https://futurenews.news/watch?id=61c0b341724c932b860a7175)

> Lethal Drug Included In Over The Counter Covid Test Kits

> Big Pharma adds lethal Sodium Azide to DIY test kits

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Definitely don't use the ones made in China!👵😇

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