MIT Scientist Says COVID Vaccine Could Trigger Neurodegenerative Diseases

An MIT researcher has warned the Covid vaccine could lead to neurological disorders like Parkinson’s disease, and says parents should “do everything they can” to avoid injecting children.

Speaking to Fox News host Laura Ingraham last week, Dr. Stephanie Seneff, a Senior Research Scientist at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, discussed findings from her recent research paper titled, “Worse Than the Disease? Reviewing Some Possible Unintended Consequences of the mRNA Vaccines Against COVID-19.”

“The science is never easy, but it’s quite fascinating what happens. The vaccine gets injected into the arm, the muscles cells get very upset. They bring in a whole bunch of troops. The immune cells come in, take up the vaccine themselves. They take up the nanoparticles. They start making spike protein. The particles basically get your cells to produce lots and lots of spike protein in a hurry. Spike is the most toxic part of the virus. And these immune cells then rush into the lymph system, many of them end up in the spleen, which is where you want them to be to produce the antibodies. That’s the goal.

“So they’ve designed it, and they’re very happy to see that they end up in the spleen making lots of spike protein, and then invoking an immune response that produces antibodies by the B cells. But the problem is that those germinal centers in the spleen are really the center place where Parkinson’s disease develops and probably many other neurodegenerative diseases. But for Parkinson’s, it’s been very well laid out that you get that prion like proteins, even from infections in the gut, immune cells take them to the spleen, to those germinal centers, and then they start spewing out exosomes. These are little lipid particles that are released by the cells unloading that toxic protein and shipping it along the vagus nerve to the brain. This is sort of well-known with respect with Parkinson’s disease, and that’s the model I’m using. It feels to me like this is the perfect set up for it.”

HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA – AUGUST 07: Lisa Taylor receives a COVID-19 vaccination from RN Jose Muniz as she takes part in a vaccine study at Research Centers of America on August 07, 2020 in Hollywood, Florida. Research Centers of America is currently conducting COVID-19 vaccine trials, implemented under the federal government’s Operation Warp Speed program. The center is recruiting volunteers to participate in the clinical trials, working with the Federal Government and major Pharmaceutical Companies, that are racing to develop a vaccine to potentially prevent COVID-19. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)