Attorney Thomas Renz is on a mission to stop the further destruction of our food supply by subjecting livestock raised for meat to dangerous mRNA vaccinations.
In a post to his Substack, Renz says Missouri House Bill 1169 is our best bet of stopping this from happening. He writes:
“This is a nightmare scenario whereby people’s genetics are potentially altered with ‘factory foods’ without them even knowing.”
Renz says the idea of vaccinating people through the food they eat has been around for a long time and is definitely possible.
He cites an article from the year 2000 with a wonderful picture of exactly how this would be done in vegetables. Then another article published in the NIH in 2013 talks about foods “under application” to be genetically modified to become edible vaccines.
Renz includes a screenshot taken of a Google search for “food as a vaccine” taken on Sunday, April 2, 2023, which as of that date had returned 456 million results.
So it’s not a new idea. But it is gaining steam to the point where we should be concerned and start to mobilize against it.
Here is Renz talking in a video interview about this burgeoning catastrophe.
Renz warns that certain “experts” claim that beef, pork and other livestock cannot transfer vaccination from meat to the consumer of the meat.
“At initial glance that would make sense (cow DNA and people DNA is quite different and an mRNA designed for cows would probably not be able to transfer directly to people), but that is NOT the whole story.”
You have to remember that the additives in the mRNA vaccines are by no means “proven safe” and we don’t even actually know what all is in these shots. The lipid nanoparticles appear to be a problem and there have been numerous reports of “other things” some scientists have found in the jabs when they examined them.
He says that ultimately, “the mRNA jabs still have not undergone long-term testing because long-term testing can take 10-20 years and they have not existed that long so any claims about the safety or efficacy of the stuff that’s in them are garbage at best.”
In short, the jabs are a failed product. They have done nothing that they were promised to accomplish – stop the spread, stop hospitalizations, stop deaths – while they have had many negative effects that we were promised would not take place, such as inflammation, myocarditis, strokes, cardiac arrest and sudden deaths.
So why would we want to expand their use to animals?
The pushback against House Bill 1169 in Missouri is shocking. This 2-page bill (you can read it here) does not ban anything. All it does, Renz explains, is require labeling of products that can alter your genetics, require companies share information on transmissibility of gene-altering interventions, and that fully informed consent be given for any vaccine, gene therapy, or medical intervention.
So why are lawmakers in Missouri, led by the Democrats and Republican House Speaker Dean Plocher, trying to slow-walk this bill through committee to prevent it from being approved this session?
The answer, according to Renz, is the lobbyists.
“Big Pharma has no legitimate basis for publicly arguing against an informed consent/disclosure bill so they have tried to get the ag lobby to do their dirty work. This is also because the ag bioengineers and big pharma are one and the same. Bayer (big pharma) owns Monsanto which is one of the largest (possibly still the largest) seed producers in the world. Bayer also just happens to be headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. Big pharma DOES NOT WANT people to know they are going to use food to alter their genetics.”
Renz, an extremely competent and gifted attorney, concludes his article with this:
“We ALL need to fight back on this. If this bill passes in one state the requirements it imposes would help to protect the food supply of the entire country. That is why this bill is so opposed. This two page bill could help keep people safe but, in the words of one of the committee members from the Missouri Emerging Issues Committee – who cares if they put mRNA in the food? Well, we the people care and we need to let these Dems and sellout RINOs how much we do. Thank Holly Jones for sponsoring this and thank Committee Chair Hardwick for a fair hearing on it. Now it’s time for Speaker Dean Plocher to decide whether he wants to push this through this session (which he absolutely can do) or if he wants to be the RINO that put Missouri farmers at risk of lawsuits and the people of Missouri at risk of having an unsafe food supply.”