MONSANTO’S LEAD TOXICOLOGIST ON GLYPHOSATE ADMITTED: “IF I INJECT IT THERE’S A HAZARD”

Appearing on the award-winning talk show The Doctors on May 2015, Monsanto Toxicologist Donna Farmer went head-to-head with founding executive director of The Institute for Responsible Technology (IRT) Jeffrey Smith. During that time, the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Monsanto on Cancer (IARC) released its findings labeling Monsanto’s Round-Up herbicide product as “probably carcinogenic to humans (Group 2A).” Farmer had this to say:

“I’ll give you an example of one of the studies. They actually injected the Round-Up formulation into the abdomen of the animals and they did have an effect. But that’s not a relevant route of exposure for somebody who is going to be spraying that herbicide. So that’s what we look at and the regulatory agencies look at and, like the other bodies at the World Health Organization. IARC only looks and says, “If I inject it there’s a hazard.” So there’s different ways we look at the data.”

Fast forward to March 2016 when Moms Across America received the results of five vaccines the organization submitted for testing to Microbe Research Inc. Due to the soy, corn, sugar and other genetically engineered ingredients derived from crops or animals fed GMO feed used in the vaccine manufacturing process, it was hypothesized that vaccines were being contaminated by, and currently contain, glyphosate. At the time, an immediate press release went out showing the following results:

via Jefferey Jaxen is an independent, open source investigative journalist and researcher

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