So I looked up the article “COVID-19 RNA Based Vaccines and the Risk of Prion Disease” that Jones cites as being scientific validation for their theory. I cant comment on the validity of the content as it is way beyond my scope. But the conclusion has given me pause,
“…Many have raised the warning that the current epidemic of COVID-19 is actually the result of an bioweapons attack released in part by individuals in the United States government [10,11]. Such a theory is not far fetched given that the 2001 anthrax attack in the US originated at Fort Detrick, a US army bioweapon facility. Because the FBI’s anthrax investigation was closed against the advice of the lead FBI agent in the case, there are likely conspirators still working in the US government. In such a scenario the primary focus of stopping a bioweapons attack must be to apprehend the conspirators or the attacks will never cease. Approving a vaccine, utilizing novel RNA technology without extensive testing is extremely dangerous. The vaccine could be a bioweapon and even more dangerous than the original infection…”
I’ve read a lot of scientific journal articles and there is no way that you would make that conclusion without citing legitimate references. The two references he has attached are from papers that he wrote himself, which in most circumstances is a non issue as long as those papers have been published, but - by using them to bolster his claim of “Many have raised the warning that the current epidemic of covid-19 is actually the result of an bioweapons attack…” is deliberately misleading.
The science might check out. I dunno. but I know that no legit journal would ever publish an article whose conclusions are not backed by legit references especially when its making claims of this scale. So I’m highly critical of its validity.