We’ve been saying this forever.
I regret having a DNA test… but I think we all did it, back in the old Alt-Right days.
Now it’s just like “ah yeah, Alex Stein is a quarter Jew, that’s why he’s saying gays should be allowed to adopt, but he’s got a good heart, we can get that Jewishness out of him using love.”
US lawmakers and military experts are cautioning Americans about the risks posed by DNA testing services, claiming sophisticated weapons could use that information to “target” individuals.
“There are now weapons under development, and developed, that are designed to target specific people,” Rep. Jason Crow, a Democrat who represents parts of Colorado, said Friday, according to the Washington Examiner.
“That’s what this is, where you can actually take someone’s DNA … their medical profile, and you can target a biological weapon that will kill that person or take them off the battlefield or make them inoperable,” he reportedly explained at the Aspen Security Forum.
Crow, a former Army ranger first elected in 2018, anticipates US foes will get their hands on the information provided by companies like 23andMe.
Rep. Jason Crow
“People will very rapidly spit into a cup and send it to 23andMe and get really interesting data about their background — and guess what? Their DNA is now owned by a private company,” he said, according to the article.
“So we have to have an open and public discussion … about what does the protection of health-care information, DNA information, and your data look like? Because that data is actually going to be procured and collected by our adversaries for the development of these systems.”
Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa, who serves on the Senate Armed Services Committee, warned about US enemies intentionally spreading diseases and harming agriculture, in turn causing food scarcity.
“If we look at food security and what can our adversaries do with biological weapons that are directed at our animal agriculture, at our agricultural sector … highly pathogenic avian influenza, African swine fever,” Ernst said, according to The Examiner.
“All of these things have circulated around the globe, but if targeted by an adversary, we know that it brings about food insecurity,” she reportedly added. “Food insecurity drives a lot of other insecurities around the globe.”
Frank Herbert wrote a book about a guy using a gene weapon to kill the Irish after the IRA killed his family.
I can’t remember the name of it, but it’s worth a read. It’s not as good as that one where the people live like insects in an underground hive. Can’t remember the name of that one either, actually.
Go look them up, you’ll have fun.
But yeah – people on 4chan are saying they could kill individuals with vaccines.
Kind of a stupid theory. They can just send the cops to kill you at this point.
Imagine what Covid tests do
— Al (@kinginamerica) July 24, 2022
So can our own Government.. think about that !!
— James R Cordill (@hdultra2) July 24, 2022
Imagine just now thinking this. 🤦♂️🤡🌏
— JulesIsAwake 🤡🌏 Up is down. (@msjulie_2001) July 24, 2022
We have been knowing this
— Crypto LLC (@CryptoLLCplus) July 24, 2022
Aren’t military recruits automatically DNA tested now so they can be identified if they are victims of a bombing or catastrophic event?
— nkfremont (@nlkoebel) July 24, 2022
Nothing new. I’ve been trying to tell people this since they started with home dna tests. You never know who you are actually sending it to or what they will use it for
— Sue (@SusieCrazyBitch) July 24, 2022
Been thinking about this for years.
People think nothing of doing a mouth swab and just handing over their DNA to some unknown entity in hopes of seeing someone famous on their family tree.
It’s a scam for sure. pic.twitter.com/1H3Qx20PG5
— Kevin (@HomeCareGurus) July 24, 2022
Forget that. These days PCR nose poke tests can also collect your DNA.
— gmoore (@gmoore17045191) July 24, 2022
This is why I wasn’t one of the stupid people who gave up their DNA to @23andMe for selling to anyone who pays money.
— Proto99Muricans (@Proto99M) July 24, 2022