( Natural News ) Dr. Ryan Cole has warned that the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein used in the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines can cause serious damage to arteries .
The pathologist and CEO of Idaho-based Cole Diagnostics issued this warning during an appearance on “Ask Dr. Drew.” He told program host Dr. Drew Pinsky that the spike protein expresses itself in brain tissue, major organs and other areas of the body “wherever the lipid nanoparticle (LNP) distributes,” even including slides to back up his explanation.
“It does get through the blood-brain barrier,” said Cole, pertaining to the LNP. “We know the spike [protein] gets through as well. So it’ll follow the small capillaries and leak into whatever tissue it wants to.”
The pathologist then presented additional slides that showed SARS-CoV-2 spike proteins accumulating in the aorta, the heart’s main artery.
“This is something that is unusual. Usually, you’ll see this in genetic conditions where the aorta ruptures,” he pointed out. “That spike protein [is] literally causing the lymphocytes to chew a hole in the aorta. This is the biggest blood vessel in your body, coming off your heart. When that ruptures, you’re gone in minutes.”
“That’s just another example of what deposited spike protein and the induced inflammation can do,” Cole continued.
Cole and fellow program guest Dr. Kelly Victory talked about the fibrous “foot-long blood clots” taken out of autopsy patients. Brighteon.TV host Dr. Jane Ruby first broke the news of these clots after embalmer Richard Hirschmann attested to the phenomenon and presented samples of the clots to her.
“[There] is [an] unusual amount of collected proteins,” Cole said, adding that the clots are made up of “unusual combinations of proteins that make it difficult for the body to dissolve.” (Related: mRNA in COVID-19 vaccines contain FAKE URACIL which may be causing white, rubbery clots. )
Cole eventually exhorted his colleagues around the world to continue researching the long-term health effects of the experimental mRNA COVID-19 injections. COVID-19 shots can also damage organs, immune system
Prior to his appearance on “Ask Dr. Drew,” Cole had been vocal in denouncing the COVID-19 injections due to the harm they cause.
He elaborated on the harms of the spike protein during the July 2021 White Coat Summit organized by America’s Frontline Doctors in Texas. Cole gave three examples of how the spike protein damages organs: Lung cells affected by the spike protein turned purple and blue due to the excess inflammation, caused by the spike protein attaching to the lungs’ ACE-2 receptors.
Blood vessels in the brain ended up being inflamed after the spike protein crossed the blood-brain barrier.
The pericardium or heart lining suffered inflammation, which is to blame for the rise in cardiac inflammation among vaccinated younger Americans.
Later in January, Cole expounded on the COVID-19 vaccines’ impact on the immune system during an interview at the Defeat The Mandates Rally in Washington, D.C. He explained to Veronika Kyrylenko of the New American magazine that human cells have toll-like receptors (TLRs) that classify whether a foreign object in the body is harmful or not.
“When the [COVID-19] shots go into the body, they turn some of these [TLRs] off. Normally, they have to be on,” he said. TLRs deactivated by the vaccine, according to Cole, include TLR7 and TLR8 (in charge of detecting viruses) and TLR3 and TLR4 (in charge of keeping cancer under control.)
Moreover, Cole said the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein binds to the P53 gene that suppresses tumors. Its S1 subunit also links to two genes that play a role in cancer – the TMPRSS-2 gene linked to male prostate cancer and the BRCA genes linked to female breast cancer.
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