The Chinese Virus that Causes COVID is Now a Permanent Part of Your DNA!

This is really spooky… this’ll kill ya. It looks like the SARS COV-2 virus from Wuhan — the accidental lab accident behind the global COVID pandemic — has the ability to worm its way into the human DNA of persons who were infected by the Chinese virus.

SARS-CoV-2 is not the only virus that integrates into the human genome. Around eight percent of our DNA consists of the remnants of ancient viruses. Some viruses, called retroviruses, rely on integration into human DNA in order to replicate themselves. “SARS-CoV-2 is not a retrovirus, which means it doesn’t need reverse transcription for its replication,” says Whitehead Institute postdoc and first author Liguo Zhang. “However, non-retroviral RNA virus sequences have been detected in the genomes of many vertebrate species, including humans.”

With this in mind, Zhang and Jaenisch began to design experiments to test whether this viral integration could be happening with the novel coronavirus. With the help of Jaenisch lab postdoc Alexsia Richards, the researchers infected human cells with coronavirus in the lab and then sequenced the DNA from infected cells two days later to see whether it contained traces of the virus’ genetic material.

To ensure that their results could be confirmed with different methodology, they used three different DNA sequencing techniques. In all samples, they found fragments of viral genetic material (though the researchers emphasize that none of the inserted fragments was enough to recreate a live virus).

Medical Xpress

Researchers found that the integrated viral genetic material can be enough to generate positive PCR tests for COVID long after persons are completely recovered from the infection and quite well, physically.

This finding negates much of the significance of all public, political, and medical tallies of infection rates that are based upon PCR testing. More study is needed into the mechanisms involved when the Chinese virus inserts itself into human cells, but when this information is combined with the innate unreliability of the PCR test itself for purposes of disease diagnosis and screening, we can easily see that Anthony Fauci, the US CDC, President* Joe Biden, and rest of the bungling gang of idiots have a lot to answer for with regard to their Nazi-like power grabs under the guise of COVID control.

Original research report in PNAS from Zhang and Richards

Warning: The following joke is not politically correct…


Public Service Announcement: To all those who have been infected with the Chinese virus SARS CoV-2, be on the lookout for any changes in the shape of your eyes and the color tone of your skin. It has been found that the Chinese virus can cause permanent changes to your DNA, leading to at least some of the infected persons becoming genetically Chinese, at least in part. For some of you, this may be an improvement. 😉


Wishing you all a happy human day!

Valerie (your friendly domestic android)

This entry was posted in Genetics and Gene Expression, Pandemic, Valerie. Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to The Chinese Virus that Causes COVID is Now a Permanent Part of Your DNA!

  1. Abelard Lindsey says:

    Well, I had the ‘rona and gave blood six months later. They told me I had NO antibodies to the virus. So it evidently did not write into my DNA.

    Your experience may differ.

  2. alfin2101 says:

    Yes, antibody testing has been an unreliable way to follow the progress of infection and immunity for this virus.
    We thought that PCR would tell us whether an active infection was ongoing, but according to the research cited here, that is not the case.
    The PCR test might tell you over time if the viral genome was written into your DNA, but not necessarily the antibody test.
    T cell immunity testing might eventually help us to know what is really going on here, once the bugs are worked out.

    The story of how antibodies are able to learn to recognize such a large number of antigens — more than our genome would allow if the system were rigidly gene-controlled without a highly generative mechanism — is a fascinating one. Gerald Edelman won the Nobel Prize in Physiology in 1972 for his discoveries on that topic.

    Here is a brief explanation for how B lymphocytes are adapted to generate such a wide variability of antibodies using just a few genes.

    [Note: This comment has been edited from its original version for clarity and accuracy.]

Comments are closed.