On December 3rd, 2021, the CDC released a document titled Lab Alert: CDC Update on the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron Variant. In their words, this document is intended to inform physicians about this (Omicron) situation and provide recommendations for public health departments, testing laboratories, healthcare providers, and the general public.
In the document is a list of items categorized as What Laboratories Should Know. There are three key items here that I briefly want to discuss in relation to the discovery of “Omicron” cases using the PCR test, which is known to already be giving false positives due to the test using high cycle threshold values.
Let us look at item 1:
There are no authorized, cleared, or approved diagnostic tests to specifically detect SARS-CoV-2 variants (Omicron or other variants). Currently, COVID-19 tests are designed and authorized to check broadly for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, not for specific variants.
This, of course, needs no explanation; however, one might wonder how the media knows certain cases are specifically “Omicron” or that the “current wave” is specifically “Omicron.” The truth is they are, at best, based on an assumption or, at worst, a complete lie.
This brings us specifically to item 2:
The Omicron variant has a deletion in the spike (S) gene (Δ69-70). Some molecular tests with multiple genetic targets include a target covering the portion of the S gene where the deletion occurs. The presence of this mutation can result in an S-gene target failure (SGTF, also referred to as an S-gene drop out). The S-gene target will fail (return as negative) while other targets are expected to remain positive in the presence of this virus. SGTF can signal the need for sequencing to characterize the variant in a specimen.
The PCR test has multiple genetic targets that need to be met from a sample. Each genetic target is based on a computer generated genome sequence based on RNA snippets from so-called “viruses” or exosomes. Tests are primed with these genome sequences and in some cases many tests were primed with genetic sequences that are found in all humans, such as the sequence for Human Chromosome 8. Other sequences, it is claimed, originate from other known coronaviruses such as that which is said to be directly attributed to causing the “common cold.”
Over the course of this fake pandemic, the PCR test would have to match all genetic targets in order for the test to be considered a positive. So, for instance, 3 out of 3 genetic targets would be a positive and 2 out of 3 would be a negative.
Essentially what the above item claims is that no longer are all genetic targets needed for a positive due to a particular mutation that the CDC says is related to the deletion of the S-gene in the spike protein; therefore, an S-gene target failure (SGTF) is no longer to be considered a negative case. So, now, for a case to be considered positive, all that is needed is 2 out of 3 genetic target hits. This will cause an exponential rise in cases to back their claims of high-transmissibility. Of course, item 2 advises that further sequencing should be considered to determine the “variant.” This, however, is casually disregarded in item 6 which states:
If you are using a test that may have SGTF, it can potentially be used for public health surveillance efforts for identifying a case with a potential Omicron variant. Laboratories should reach out to their state health departments (SHDs) or local public health laboratory for information about their notification protocols and to potentially provide specimens for sequencing.
This states that a “potential” case should just be considered an actual case in the interests of public health. So without the requirement for all genetic targets to be met using a PCR test with a high cycle threshold, we can expect case counts to go through the roof. This, of course, will be used to justify further draconian measures and the continued eradication of our liberties as well as the tyrannical advancement of various vaccine mandates.