Can we trust COVID-19 testing?

Most of our public policies are being driven by the verdict of “deadly pandemic” based on a massive testing effort. But if we can’t trust the test, how can we trust the verdict?

The main test being used as a diagnostic is the PCR test. It was invented in 1985 by Kary Mullis. Yet it was not designed for detecting viruses, let alone for diagnosing humans as being sick and infectious. Kary Mullis is quoted in the New York Times as being very critical of his fellow scientists and questioned many of their assumptions. It is sad that he died before his work was applied in such a sloppy fashion.

How do PCR tests work?

The PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test does not detect viruses. It detects specific target DNA or RNA sequences. It amplifies the target sequence millions of times to make that sequence detectable. This amplification is performed by doubling the target material over and over. The greater the number of cycles, the more DNA is manufactured.

For COVID-19 PCR tests, there are DNA sequences that are multiplied over and over with until they are detectable. These sequences came originally from the scientists in Wuhan, China.

What are the problems with this test?

A Test Without a Standard

If you imagine administering a test in school, someone has to know the standard. We need to know what are the correct answers, and then we need to know how many correct answers are a passing grade. Do we have a standard for these PCR tests? We do not.

Please do the research yourself, but the biggest problem with the PCR tests is that the multiplication factor used to multiply the target sequence is not standardized anywhere. If someone is tested for COVID-19, we don’t know how frequently the target sequence has been multiplied. A positive result can be guaranteed if the multiplication factor is increased sufficiently. This article is a good source to explain many aspects of the issue, often from the mouth of Kary Mullis himself, the inventor of PCR.

What are We Looking For?

Perhaps an even more disturbing question to ask about the tests: Do we even know what we are looking for?

Can we truly say that the DNA sequences that are being tested for really correlate to a deadly virus?

The PCR amplifies genetic material. But what genetic material is it amplifying? It is not even the full genetic code of a virus. They only look for a snippet of the viral RNA. These are the same snippets tested for at the original “outbreak” in Wuhan, China. How did these scientists come by these snippets? Why did countries around the world trust these snippets?

This article won’t try to answer these difficult questions directly, but we suggest you view the excellent documentary Plandemic: inDoctorNation to see the hard evidence behind some serious conflict of interest.

What we will point out is the evidence that the deadly virus supposedly causing this pandemic has not been isolated and purified. Being able to isolate the problem virus would help us verify that the tests actually work. Instead what we have is a pandemic of tests, not a pandemic of viruses.

A Pandemic of False Positives

The PCR test has shown positive results on goats, fruit, and even motor oil by the president of Tanzania back in May 2020.

Since the PCR test cannot tell whether or not this genetic sequence is inside an infectious virus or not, and has not been proven to correlate with an isolated strain of actual viral particles, what we have is a growing epidemic of testing.

The more tests that are executed, the greater the number of “cases”.

We hope you will ask the hard questions, and do the research yourself. Once you do, we’re sure you will know that we can’t trust these tests. More importantly, we can’t trust those who are promoting them.