5 States Move to Outlaw or Label Meat from mRNA-Injected Livestock, Which You May Already Be Eating

Fact checkers admit pigs are already receiving vaccines using “RNA particle technology”


Arizona, Tennessee, Idaho, Missouri and North Dakota have all introduced legislation either banning or requiring labeling of meat from animals that have received mRNA vaccines or “gene therapy.”

You may have gone to great lengths to avoid being injected with Covid vaccines, in which the new mRNA technology made its debut, and now be consuming pork from pigs injected with the same gene-altering technology.

In a “fact-checking” article, the Associated Press inadvertently admits that you may already be eating pork from pigs injected with RNA vaccines. The article starts by discrediting the straw-man “claim” that “farmers and ranchers are REQUIRED to inject livestock with mRNA vaccines,” and then toward the bottom admits pigs have been receiving vaccines using “RNA particle technology” for “several years.”

And, according to this study, mRNA-lipid nanoparticle vaccines are in the works for chickens.

The strongest bills, in Idaho and North Dakota, would criminalize administering mRNA vaccines to livestock and humans!

The Arizona, Tennessee and Missouri bills would require “conspicuous” or “easy-to-read” labeling of all meat derived from livestock given mRNA vaccines. The Arizona bill also prohibits mRNA-treated meat from being labeled “organic.”

“We label everything around the world,” said Missouri state Rep. Holly Jones. “We label non-GMO. We label GMO. We label grass-fed. We label no antibiotics used. We label manufactured in a plant that has nuts.”

“We should label anything that has not been proven safe and effective. As we’ve seen with the COVID vaccines, they’re neither safe nor effective. Even the CDC has come out with that.”

The Missouri bill would require labeling of any product created to act as a potential gene therapy or that could “otherwise possibly impact, alter, or introduce genetic material or a genetic change into the user of the product.”