According to the President, every American human being must become a guinea pig for one of the Big Pharma vaccine manufacturers, or suffer severe consequences. I’m certain that if he had his way, life would look a lot like it does in Australia.
Maybe President Biden believes his title of Commander In Chief means that he can command every citizen to do whatever he feels like, whether it makes sense or not. Sort of like a king, which is what our Founding Fathers fought hard to prevent.
At this point, there’s only two reasons you could support mandatory vaccination of all Americans:
- Ignorance: You’ve chosen to ignore the facts and science surrounding COVID-19 and the vaccines
- Money: You benefit financially from the successful sale of these vaccines
I almost added fear as an additional reason, but the reality is, you’d only live in fear because you’re ignorant about the facts and science.
Charles Spurgeon once said,
A lie can travel half way around the world while the truth is putting not its shoes.Charles Spurgeon
In today’s digital age, this has never been more true. The majority of today’s left-wing ideological agendas are based up on one lie after another. It’s as tough they’re following the teachings of Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels.
Repeat a lie often enough and it becomes the truth.Joseph Goebbels
For example, Joe Biden told Americans that if they got the vaccine, they wouldn’t get COVID. His statement starts off the extremely popular track, Let’s Go Brandon by Bryson Gray, Tyson James, and Chandler Crump.
About a week later, Colin Powell passed away from complications with COVID. He was double-vaccinated.
As I was working on the draft of this blog post, the Children’s Health Defense broke the news that California Governor Gavin Newsom developed Guillian-Barré Syndrome following his booster shot. This is yet to be confirmed, but the public hadn’t seen him in 11 days at that point. If it’s true, there’s no doubt that numerous doctors attempted to fix and hide his condition before the public could become aware of it.
We’ve repeatedly been told the vaccines are safe. They’re not. Adverse events are a significant issue and the public simply isn’t informed.
Are there scenarios where the vaccine could make sense? Perhaps. But no matter your age, you have to consider what could happen if you succumb to side effects. And adults need to get their heads out of the sand when it comes to vaccinating kids.
There’s no logical reason to do so, even if Big Bird says otherwise.
For those who’ve been following “the science” throughout the COVID Circus, Newsome’s GBS isn’t a surprise. But I do hope that more of the ignorant, “pro-vaccine, anti-science” crowd begin asking some questions based on Newsom’s condition.
Here are some important points to consider as #46, Mainstream Media, and most celebrities pressure Americans to obey the Commander In Chief.
Adverse events are much more common than the media or the President admit.
The COVID-19 vaccines have caused more recorded adverse events than all other vaccines combined up to this point. At the time of this writing, a total of 856,919 adverse events have been reported. As a general rule of thumb, only about 1-10% people who experience adverse events report them. Do the math on that one!
Almost 20,000 people have died.
The most recent deaths include a 12-year-old girl from South Carolina (VAERS I.D. 1784945) who hemorrhaged 22 days after receiving Pfizer’s COVID vaccine, a 13-year-old girl from Maryland (VAERS I.D. 1815096) who died 15 days after receiving her first dose of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine from a heart condition and a 17-year-old female from Texas (VAERS I.D. 1815295) who experienced an acute hyperglycemic crisis 33 days after being vaccinated.
Another recent death involves a 12-year-old girl (VAERS I.D. 1784945) who died from a respiratory tract hemorrhage 22 days after receiving her first dose of Pfizer’s vaccine.Children’s Health Defense
Vaccine-related adverse events include:
- Guillian-Barré Syndrome
- Vaccine-Induced Prothrombotic Immune Thrombocytopenia (VIPIT)
- Blood clots
- Bell’s Palsy
- Miscarriages and Premature Births
Do some people seem to get by with minimal side effects after vaccination? Sure. So do the majority of people who actually get COVID. And those who get COVID develop natural immunity, which should make vaccination irrelevant. That’s my next point.
Natural immunity is at least as effective, and likely more effective than immunity from vaccination.
In September, 2021, the prestigious British Medical Journal published a feature story by investigative journalist (the kind of journalist that looks for facts and then reports on them) Jennifer Block, titled Vaccinating people who have had covid-19: why doesn’t natural immunity count in the US?
As you might expect, this well-cited story got little to no attention from MSM, who seems intent to bury their heads in the sand when it comes to “science,” choosing to sell fiction over facts.
Between February 2020 and May 2021, an estimated 120 million people had COVID-19. That’s more than one-third of the U.S. population.
The data and the science behind it show, unequivocally, that natural immunity is at least as effective, if not more effective than vaccination when it comes to COVID-19.
If natural immunity provides as good or better protection than the vaccine, then giving the vaccine to a COVID-recovered person only serves to put them at risk for the adverse events I mentioned earlier.
A research article in Science detailed how those who’ve recovered from COVID-19 have immunity from a second infection for at least eight months. Many talking heads have twisted this to suggest it lasts only eight months. They use eight months because they measured for eight months.
The paper also explains how antibodies are not the only source of immunity against further infection.
Immunological memory can consist of memory B cells, antibodies, memory CD4+ T cells, and/or memory CD8+ T cells.Dan JM, et al., Science
Even if antibody levels wane, those exposed to the virus naturally have other mechanisms to mount a defense against future infections. That’s not the spin you hear from those with the mic.
In fact, Dr. Fauci suggests people who’ve recovered from COVID get the vaccine so they can have even more antibodies. Yet, there is no evidence that supraphysiological levels of antibodies are more protective than the amount your produce while recovering naturally.
As infectious disease expert Monica Gandhi explains in the BMJ article,
“It is accurate that your antibodies will go down” after natural infection, she says—that’s how the immune system works. If antibodies didn’t clear from our bloodstream after we recover from a respiratory infection, “our blood would be thick as molasses.”
Or, consider the “real world” evidence from data at Cleveland Clinic.
Cleveland Clinic surveyed its more than 50,000 employees to compare four groups based on history of SARS-CoV-2 infection and vaccination status. Not one of over 1300 unvaccinated employees who had been previously infected tested positive during the five months of the study. Researchers concluded that that cohort “are unlikely to benefit from covid-19 vaccination.”Jennifer Block
Even with such clear evidence showing why vaccination is unnecessary for those who’ve recovered from COVID, Cleveland Clinic is obediently falling in line with the current administration’s agendas.
In a statement to a local FOX affiliate, they said,
The COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective and are the best way to protect individuals from severe illness or death from the virus. We are awaiting more information and plan to comply with federal requirements. Nearly 80% of our caregivers have already received their COVID-19 vaccine.Cleveland Clinic
In regards to emerging virus variants, natural immunity has been shown to be more effective than vaccine-induced immunity.
Again, quoting Jennifer Block’s published paper:
(Matthew) Memoli (director of the Laboratory of Infectious Diseases Clinical Studies at the NIH) highlights real world data such as the Cleveland Clinic study and points out that while “vaccines are focused on only that tiny portion of immunity that can be induced” by the spike, someone who has had covid-19 was exposed to the whole virus, “which would likely offer a broader based immunity” that would be more protective against variants. The laboratory study offered by the FDA “only has to do with very specific antibodies to a very specific region of the virus [the spike],” says Memoli. “Claiming this as data supporting that vaccines are better than natural immunity is shortsighted and demonstrates a lack of understanding of the complexity of immunity to respiratory viruses.”
Many experts also point out that high rates of vaccination cause the rapid increase in variants. How ’bout them apples?
There is no long-term safety data. None.
To ridicule the truth-tellers, the vaccine pushers scoff at those who call the vaccines “experimental drugs.” Yet, that’s exactly what they are.
Though the government approved and promotes the vaccines, scientific trials won’t conclude for a year or more, depending on the vaccine maker.
That’s right. The drug trials are still going on, so if you get the vaccine, you’re part of a group getting an unproven drug.
Take the Moderna vaccine, for example. The New England Journal of Medicine published the results of their Phase I trial on July 14, 2020. It included…wait for it…45 people.
Their Phase II trial just concluded on October 31, 2021. It included a whopping 660 people. That’s not many data points for a drug recommended across the entire population. Phase III, which includes more than 30,000 people, won’t conclude until October 27, 2022.
Though Moderna might be able to measure how well their vaccine prevents people from getting COVID-19 in the weeks following injection, it does nothing to show how well it protects people long-term, nor does it show that the vaccine won’t cause long-term side effects.
On top of that, the studies do not include participants who recovered from a COVID-19 infection. Nor do the studies include women who are pregnant or breast-feeding. So, any safety data we do acquire won’t apply to this significant portion of the population.
Contrary to the assumed safety for women who are pregnant or breast-feeding, this comes straight from Moderna’s website:
Available data on Moderna COVID‑19 Vaccine administered to pregnant women are insufficient to inform vaccine-associated risks in pregnancy. Data are not available to assess the effects of Moderna COVID‑19 Vaccine on the breastfed infant or on milk production/excretion.Moderna
Don’t take my word for this, though. You can go to the Moderna website and see for yourself.
In regards to the Pfizer vaccine, Phase III won’t conclude until May 2, 2023. Not only will we be waiting for the safety data at two years post vaccine, but Pfizer is still trying to figure out what dose is best, using a range of 10 µg to 20 µg.
What possible benefit is there to mislead the public?
I ask myself that question almost every day. Someday, maybe we’ll find out. Here are some thoughts to consider:
- The overall socialist agenda making inroads into our culture wants everyone treated the same. With that ideology, you’d want every citizen to endure the risks of the vaccine, even when there’s no logical reason to get it.
- If enough people survive from the mRNA vaccines, they could lead to other treatments and ways of tweaking human biology. To experiment on the current population opens opportunities to treat future populations.
- The vaccines contain other ingredients that some suggest could be used for future scientific use.
- Maybe it’s just about money. High-ranking officials and executives seem to move around among the FDA, CDC, and Big Pharma. It’s possible it’s only about money.
- If everyone gets vaccinated, there won’t be a “control group” to compare the rates of adverse events against. With everyone vaccinated, the adverse events will look, statistically, like they’re just a natural part of life.
- Perhaps, the goal isn’t to get the vaccine into people, but rather to reconstruct our way of life so we’re all servants of the elites.
In the BMJ article, Jennifer Block added this in reference to the rationale for across-the-board vaccination:
“There’s a very clear message out there that ‘OK, well natural infection does cause immunity but it’s still better to get vaccinated,’ and that message is not based on data,” says Gandhi. “There’s something political going on around that.”
As I wrap this up, I want to make one more thing clear. The Biden Administration has approached the vaccine rollout in a way that could forever change the meaning of the words in our constitution. That threat to America is far greater to the future of our republic than the threat of COVID-19 infections.
That said, it wasn’t Biden to put the vaccines in the hands of our politicians. President Trump did that. Long after the election, he boasted about his warpspeed efforts. Biden might have carried the baton, but Trump started this race.
While I did vote for Trump, and value much of what he accomplished in office, his lack of responsibility for the state we’re in now, and silence about the real risk the vaccines put on the American people would cause me to question giving him another vote. If there’s still a “United States” by November of 2023, I hope the leading candidate comes to the table with much more common sense.
In the title of this blog post, I asked, “Does the truth matter anymore?” I would hope that the answer is yes, but it only matters to those who aren’t mentally lazy.
The more we avoid personal responsibility and critical thinking, the more we depend on others for answers. When we depend on others, they’re sure to take advantage of that dependance. And we end up on a path like we find ourselves today.