Dr. Nathan Thompson’s theory could explain the phenomenon of “breakthrough infections” among the vaccinated, in which people contract Covid-19 following vaccination.
In his 16-minute report published on YouTube late last month (and removed by the platform Wednesday), Thompson described how he received permission from a healthy patient to run immune system blood panels before the jab, after his first jab, and again after the second.
“When you look at this, the biggest thing that you see is you see everything is doing really well,” Thompson said, reviewing the patient’s pre-jab panel.
However, the second panel, taken after the patient’s first coronavirus vaccine, showed an interesting difference.
“Here’s what’s interesting. As you see the CD8 cells started to jump way up,” Thompson observed.
“CD8 cell is called a suppressor T cell. It’s also known as a killer T cell. What do killer T cells actually do? Well…these are sniper specific cells and they are designed to kill virally infected cells…that are literally wearing the virus on the surface of the cell – think of spike protein – and it’s also killing cancer cells. That’s the job. They’re very sniper specific,” he explained.
“So when you look at this, you can see those CD8 cells after the first you-know-what, you can see they start to jump up. They’re saying, ‘Hold the phone. What is going on here? We need to start killing off these cells that are expressing a specific… I don’t know how you say, spike protein,’” Thompson clarified.
The third panel, administered after the patient’s second mRNA jab, showed an even more startling development, as the patient’s adaptive immune system now appeared to have “tanked.”
“So, now what you see is you see that his granulocytes, look at how much they jumped up,” Thompson said, gasping, “Holy cow.”
“These granulocytes… basically they’re neutrophils, they’re first responders, they’re emergency type cells,” Thompson explained, “but they’re mostly for bacterial infection and they also clean up tissue damage.”
“When you look at his lymphocytes, so his lymphocytes are things like his CD4 cells, CD8 cells, natural killer cells, his b lymphocytes that are producing antibodies…you can see how badly now that’s started to tank. And then what’s interesting too is that you can see that his natural killer cells have absolutely tanked as well.”
The result is lowered immunity for the patient, Thompson affirmed, which would leave a person susceptible to infection – even from cancer cells.
“Natural killer cells…this is part of your innate immune system. Okay? This is your innate immune system and natural killer cells are your first responders to things like viruses, virally infected cells, and yes, even cancer cells. And wow, holy cow. You can see how that is tanked.”
“So what has tanked?” Thompson asked. “His adaptive immune system has absolutely tanked. Adaptive immune system, CD4, CD8, natural killer cells, his b lymphocytes – all of those things have actually just gotten pummeled within the month.”
Since the patient was otherwise healthy, the tests suggest the introduction of a “toxin” could be to blame.
“Now what has changed within the month? Gee, I wonder. He’s still eating great. He’s still exercising. He’s still avoiding his food allergies. He’s taken his supplements. So what changed in his environment? It was a toxin,” Thompson confirmed, adding, “I’ll leave it up to you to understand what I mean by a ‘toxin.’”
According to the doctor, the tests appear to indicate the patient is suffering from “autoimmunity,” a disorder in which the immune system attacks healthy cells.
“So if you said, ‘Hey, look at this lab and what does it tell you?’ I would look at this lab and in two seconds I would say this person has autoimmunity. Let me say it again: this person has autoimmunity.”
“People with autoimmunity so many times I’ve seen clinically high granulocytes and a tanked adaptive immune system,” the doctor attested.
“…This body is trying to handle some kind of tissue damage, but also the very thing that’s designed to handle things like cancer cells…has absolutely tanked.”
With the adaptive immune system overworked and preoccupied with tissue damage, a vaccinated patient is more prone to viral infection, the doctor said.
“If they have this low [immunity] and it stays and it persists… and that adaptive immune system response persists… it’s going to have a bad response to any other kind of viral infection,” Thompson revealed.
“If you looked at that blood work, would you say that this person is very susceptible to having another viral infection, and maybe…you just might call it a breakthrough infection, you guys see that? A breakthrough infection.”
“Could it be that after this maybe this is happening in a lot of people and leaving them wide open to have breakthrough infections after that?” the doctor questioned, imploring other doctors to conduct their own tests.
“I’m not trying to spike the football I hope I’m wrong, I really do. I hope I’m wrong, because if this is one person, we are looking at 150, 170, 180 million people.”
Thompson’s video, titled, “My Jaw Dropped When I Tested Someone’s Immune System After the 2nd Jab,” received over 259,000 views before YouTube removed it “for violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines.”