More Americans Currently Have Covid Than at Anytime Since the Pandemic Began
Let's go, Brandon!
Yesterday shattered all prior records for single-day new Covid cases. Nearly half a million people tested positive. Most of them in counties with vaccination rates over 80% for people 12 and older. Most of them in states and counties with the most stringent vaccine and mask mandates in the country.
Anyone, regardless of their education or licensure, who tells you the vaccines work is a liar and a jerk. A jerk because they think you’re too stupid to ask a simple question: “If the vaccines work, doctor, what the hell is going on?”
The doctor will feed you BS. “No vaccine is perfect.” “Variants.” “Still too many unvaccinated people.” All lies. Not errors. Not his interpretation, but flat out lies. Every doctor knows what’s going: the vaccines don’t work.
If the vaccines work, what the hell is going on?
In response to those lies, pose more questions:
Which other vaccines must be taken every 60 days in order to offer some degree of protection?
What are the long-term health risks of taking these vaccines six times a year?
How does waning immunity to Covid after injection relate to immunity to other diseases?
How many of these injections have you taken, doctor, and how long has it been since your last one?
Compared other vaccines, how do these vaccines’ injury rates compare?
Why do you think the highest infection rates are happening in the counties with the highest vaccination rates?
Long before you get through this litany of questions—all valid, all important—your doctor will terminate the consultation and drop you as a patient.
The answers to those questions are:
No other generally available vaccine requires 60-day retreatment.
No one knows the long-term health risks of these vaccines.
There is evidence that waning immunity to Covid also reduces immunity to many other common viruses and bacteria.
Doctors won’t tell you what they take and when.
The Covid vaccines have caused more injuries and deaths than all other vaccines combined over the last 20 years.
The highest infection rates occur in counties with the highest vaccination rate because the vaccines have no effect on immunity. The correlation is actually false because population density, not vaccines or masks, is the primary determinant of infection rates.
The reason I’m being so hard on ordinary doctors is because they know better, but they tell the “official” lies anyway. They probably went into medicine for good reasons, but they’ve been compromised and corrupted by the money and status of being doctors. I blame the medical shows so popular in the 80s and 90s when they were coming of age.
They will risk your life and your children’s lives to protect their income and status.
And I am sick of bowing down before these reprobates with stethoscopes. But I love the good ones.
Many more MDs agree with you then don't. We know of physicians that are pressured with loss of their medical licenses if they don't tow the line. It is true that there are many MDs that are paternalistic by nature. That's why they went into medicine. They love to tell people what to do and would find no problem with force being implemented in order to have their prescriptions carried out. There is a component of the fear of death that motivates many in white coats, as well. Not a good combination, I agree. It seems to affect our culture at large. This is due to a loss of faith in God and belief that there is nothing after this life. We also have a medical system so regulated that they can barely do their jobs. Also, the average U.S. patient by and large takes no responsibility for their health. If "Public Health" officials were honest they would site the fact that obesity increases your likelihood of death from covid (as well as everything else). Just wanted to put in a good word for honest MDs out there who let their patients know the truth whether or not the patients follow their advice (huge percentage DO NOT)