FDA Admits Home PCR Test Kits Contain Known ‘Hazardous’ Drug
A Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released a media sheet detailing the Abbott BinaxNOW COVID-19 Home Test Kit which is chalked full of contradictory statements but also stunning admissions.
Joe Biden announced last week that he, actually the American taxpayers, was purchasing 500 million at-home test kits at a cost of $3 billion. He also announced the use of military to be sent across the nation to administer COVID-19 “vaccines.”
Increased testing has coincided with case numbers rising then used for justification to keep the medical authoritarianism going.
The FDA media sheet admits the “solution in the tube contains a hazardous ingredient” which is sodium azide.
“If the solution contacts the skin or eye, flush with plenty of water. If irritation persists, seek medical advice,” the sheet states. It provides “potential risks” warnings of “possible discomfort during sample collection” and “possible incorrect test results.”
One warning not given is the potential risk of death. Sodium azide has been known to cause death as detailed in a 1990 government study titled “Death following accidental sodium azide ingestion.”
So, why would the FDA send a deadly drug to homes across America?
“One obvious reason is that these test kits are NOT approved by the FDA, but only given emergency use authorization (EUA), so the manufacturer is not responsible for any ‘accidents’ that might happen causing organ failure or death,” Brian Shilhavy wrote.
Shilhavy added: “In addition to the obvious problems that these tests cannot possibly be accurate since the Omicron variant is fake to begin with, and that if used wrongly they have lethal consequences, the other problem is that you need to scan a QR code that is then sent to a ‘telehealth proctor’ and now your private health information will no longer be private, but part of their database.”
The FDA admits these tests are only under EUA, and they can only be given as long as the declaration of a state of emergency, issued by Donald Trump in March of 2020 and remaining to this day under Biden, continues. That is also the case for the experimental jabs.
The sheet claims that these tests are 73-98.9% accurate, although admits they used a “relatively small sample size” to come up with that number. It also admits that the test “does not differentiate” between SARS viruses meaning the common cold can be flagged as a positive. That statement also invalidates any claims to accuracy.
“The performance of this test is still being studied in patients without signs and symptoms of respiratory infection and for serial screening. Performance may differ in these populations,” the sheet states.
And if you decide to trust your government and take a test, don’t be happy with a negative result because the sheet warns that “negative results may require additional testing to confirm your result.” Of course, false positives have been commonplace, but the sheet doesn’t warn of that.
The sheet states that you must be under “the supervision of a telehealth proctor,” one that the government trusts will report you if you come up positive. And if you test positive, it’s “likely that you may be placed in isolation to avoid spreading the virus to others.”
Suffice it to say, don’t take the test. It is a fraud and has been a fraud from the beginning.
As Jon Rappoport reported last year, the few PCR test samples that actually made it to labs proved they are useless. The “labs come up with different results” for the same tests.
Content syndicated from TheLibertyLoft.com with permission.
Sodium azide is much worse than that.if it comes in contact with your skin, you can die if the resulting hypotension lasts for an hour. If you dump in the sink, it explodes producing a deadly toxic gas. If a child were to get a hold of this kit and play with the contents, the result could be fatal. Maybe Joe is trying to make room for the illegals by sending out these kits.
there has to be more to this story? 500 million test kits for 3 billion is $600.00 a piece? sounds like the $2000 toilet seat for the air force.