Inspectors from the FDA have found multiple health and safety problems at the Johnson & Johnson factory where COVID-19 vaccines are being mass-produced. The plant is owned by a company called Emergent Biosolutions, and if you understand the technical meaning of the term “emergent” it is not the sort of thing you want to be involved in the creation of medicines, much less vaccines.
If you perform a Google search of “J&J vaccine” the first things you’ll see are results from the CDC that say that is it only 66% effective. You’ll see NY Post articles listing the side effects, and concerns about the vaccination being contaminated.
None of this should be a surprise, and we don’t need to resort to conspiracy theories to explain why the vaccine is likely to be riddled with problems. For a start, there has never been a successful vaccination for any virus in the family of viruses known as coronaviruses. These are the viruses that cause the common cold, and it has long been accepted that there is no cure for the common cold.
Further, no successful vaccine has ever been created in less than five years at minimum. The average time it takes to make a serviceable vaccine is between 5 and 10 years.
So, with all this hurry to get the “COVID” vaccine to market, it should not be surprising that the Emergent Biosolutions factory J&J is contracting to make their vaccine has failed health and safety inspections. FDA inspectors found old paint peeling from the walls, loose debris throughout the factory, and a brown substance accumulating on the walls. They also commented that the facility was not large enough or properly designed to facilitate either proper operations or cleaning.
J&J has made all the standard claims, stating that the company will “exercise oversight authority to ensure all the regulator’s observations are addressed promptly and comprehensively.” In case you haven’t noticed by now, that is the sort of thing a company will say when they are blowing you off. At this time, the owners of the Emergent Biosolutions factory have not been available for comment. But naturally, we have a few questions of our own.
For a start, who owns the Emergent Biosolutions factory? It might interest you to know that the logo posted on the side of the building displays features common to globalist organizations with the partial, un-capitalized name of the company forming a horizon with a coronal sunrise appearing above it.
What’s more, how long has J&J been contracting with this creepy company that portends to manufacture vaccines for the entire US population in a tiny dirty factory? What was the onboarding process like? Who at J&J reviewed the facility before giving the green light to the process?
What you need to understand here is that things like this don’t happen by accident. A company like J&J would have to go through miles of red tape and paperwork before they could contract with an entity like Emergent Biosolutions. Hundreds of professionals would have had to sign dotted lines before any factory could be outsourced to produce a vaccine, much less a filthy, undersized one.
This is not a one-off accident. It is a crime scene.