Why Does A Rothschild Hold The 2015 Patent For COVID-19 Testing?

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While many conspiracies about the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) have been revealed to be true, one stands out – the fact that a member of the infamous Rothschild family

“It has been reported that … COVID-19 caught the world by surprise in 2020,” wrote 100 Percent Fed Up. “Well, all of us – except the Rothschilds, according to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.”

According to the outlet, a British national named Richard
Rothschild was granted a patent for “System and Method for Testing for
COVID-19, with a priority date of Oct. 13, 2015 – the date when the
patent was first filed.

the method calls for the use of “a pulse oximeter to acquire at least
pulse and blood oxygen saturation percentage.” The oximeter’s readings
are then “transmitted wirelessly to a smartphone” equipped with an
accelerometer for accuracy.

“Once accurate data is acquired, it is uploaded to the cloud (or
host), where the data is used (alone or together with other vital signs)
to determine whether the user is suffering from (or likely to suffer
from) a viral infection, such as COVID-19,” it continued. “Depending on
the specific requirements, the data, changes thereto, and/or the
determination can be used to alert medical staff and take corresponding
actions.”

Fact-checkers come to the rescue

In October 2020, Reuters published a “fact-check” piece about the matter,
describing the patent as a “false claim.” The outlet mentioned that the
2015 priority date serves as “evidence that the [COVID-19] pandemic has
been planned.”

However, it quickly went on defensive mode by noting that the patent for such a system was not applied for until May 2020. Reuters
also alleged that the individual who disclosed the Rothschild patent
has conflated the definition of “priority date” and “application date.”

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“The priority date can refer to the earliest filing date in a
family of related patent applications or the earliest filing date of a
particular feature of an invention. In this case, Oct. 13, 2015 is when
Rothschild first made a provisional application within this family of
patents.”

Moreover, Reuters disclosed that a separate patent for a
“System and Method for Using, Biometric, and Displaying Biometric Data”
was filed in April 2017. The outlet ultimately deemed the claim as
false, explaining that “the year 2015 was when Rothschild first filed a
provisional application within the family of patents. The year 2017 is
the filing date of a related, but separate patent within the family.”

While the identity of the 2015 patent holder remains a mystery,
his British lineage can possibly be traced to the family of Nathan Mayer
Rothschild. The patriarch of the English branch of the Rothschild banking family was sent to the United Kingdom by his father, Mayer Amschel Rothschild, to establish a presence there.

Watch this video that explains why everything in the U.S. since the year 1492 has been a Rothschild-related scam.