Moderna Exposed!

Updated: Jul 28

20 June 2021 | Micheal Moore | michael.moore@seetvnews.com

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Confidential documents have revealed Moderna sent mRNA Coronavirus Vaccine Candidate to University Researchers weeks before the emergence of Covid-19. How did they know?


Why did the U.S. Government Send “mRNA Coronavirus Vaccine Candidates” to University Researchers weeks before Covid was known about and before the Covid outbreak in Wuhan, China!

A confidentiality agreement has emerged which shows how potential coronavirus vaccine candidates were transferred from Moderna to the University of North Carolina in 2019, nineteen days prior to the emergence of the alleged Covid-19 causing virus in Wuhan, China.


The confidentially agreement which can be read at

https://s3.documentcloud.org/documents/6935295/NIH-Moderna-Confidential-Agreements.pdf


Shows Moderna along with the ‘National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases’ (NIAID) agreed to transfer ‘mRNA coronavirus vaccine candidates’ developed and jointly-owned by NIAID and Moderna to recipients The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on the 12th December 2019. The Wuhan Virus was announced on the 31st of December. How did they know? When not even the Chinese knew?



Found on page 105 of the agreement.


The material transfer agreement was signed the December 12th 2019 by Ralph Baric, PhD, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and then signed by Jacqueline Quay, Director of Licensing and Innovation Support at the University of North Carolina on December 16th 2019.




Recipient signatories found on page 107


The agreement was also signed by two representatives of the NIAID, one of whom was Amy F. Petrik PhD, a technology transfer specialist who signed the agreement on December 12th 2019 at 8:05 am. The other signatory was Barney Graham MD PhD, an investigator for the NIAID, however this signature was not dated.




NIAID signatories found on page 107