Doctors Raise Alarm as ‘Contagious Dementia’ Surges in Covid-Vaxxed

Doctors have begun sounding the alarm after discovering that people who received Covid mRNA injections are suffering from a new form of “contagious dementia.”

For some time, several studies have been linking soaring numbers of dementia cases to the mRNA shots.

However, dementia is now spreading like a virus from the vaccinated, causing those who haven’t received Covid shots to develop the condition.

One of the more serious side effects associated with mRNA COVID-19 jabs is dementia, and the prions that are responsible for causing people to develop the condition could be contagious.

The problem stems from the fact that COVID-19 shots cause frameshifting that can spur the production of prions.

Short for proteinaceous infectious particles, they are responsible for causing neurodegenerative diseases in humans and animals alike, including Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease.

These infectious agents are capable of folding in several different ways, and at least one of these permutations can be transmitted to other prion proteins, creating a disease that is similar in some ways to viral infections.

Diseases stemming from prions are notoriously difficult to treat because they can survive the type of extreme conditions that normally destroy pathogens or nucleic acids.

The potential for these shots to cause such a problem has been a concern since the early days of the pandemic.

In a 2021 interview, Dr. Stephanie Seneff said that she feared the jabs could lead to a slew of neurological prion-based diseases, including Alzheimer’s, and published a paper in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory explaining the mechanisms.

She theorized that the spike protein in the jabs could lead to prion-like diseases because it binds to proteins and induces them to misfold into prions.

More evidence has since emerged that this is exactly what is happening in some people.

There have been numerous reports of people who experienced neurological deficits shortly after getting jabs, including cases of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.

Normally a very rare disease, it showed up more frequently in people who got the vaccine than would be expected in the general population.

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Unfortunately, some experts believe that prions are the primary molecule that people who have received the COVID jabs are shedding.

If they arose due to frameshifting, this could have serious repercussions given their implication in dementia. Dr. Kevin McCairn, a British neuroscientist, reported in the Journal of Theoretical Biology in 2013 that frameshifted prions are infectious and can be transmitted from one individual to another.

Prions are also believed to play a role in long COVID and similar symptoms experienced by vaccinated individuals – and there is even some evidence suggesting long COVID comes from the vaccine rather than the virus.

One 2024 study found that 96.7% of people who experienced long COVID had received a COVID vaccine.

Major new study reveals slew of COVID-19 side effects

Dementia is a devastating disease that has no cure and that can have a negative impact on not just patients but also their loved ones across a span of many years.

Unfortunately, it’s not the only problem that people have to worry about when it comes to the COVID-19 vaccines.

The biggest study to date on the side effects of the jabs was published in February in the journal Vaccine.

With funding from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Canadian Health Research Institute, and Public Health Ontario, researchers evaluated the risk of “adverse events of special interest” after COVID-19 vaccination.

After looking at data from eight countries involving more than 99 million people who got the jabs, they identified several dangerous side effects, including a heightened risk of heart inflammation such as myocarditis and pericarditis, various neurological conditions such as transverse myelitis and Guillain-Barre syndrome, and blood clots in the brain.

Although many of these conditions are dangerous on their own, they can also lead to long-term consequences such as heart attack, stroke, paralysis, and even death.

By Hunter Fielding
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