I’m not an anti-vaxxer by any means. I got all my vaccines when I was a kid. I’ve got the smallpox vaccine scar that kids these days don’t have. We probably got more vaccines in boot camp than most civilians get in their whole lives. I’m waiting for an appointment with the VA right now to get a Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria and Whooping Cough) booster and a shingles vaccine.
I’ve got nothing against traditional vaccines, they are tried and true, do the job and have a relatively low incidence of side effects.
The COVID “vaccine” however is different. It is not a traditional vaccine like the ones that have been around for decades. This is brand new technology and doesn’t work like traditional vaccines do.
The problem is that it was rushed through with minimal testing on an emergency basis and mRna vaccines haven’t been around long enough for any long term evaluation of their effects.
I don’t understand all the details, but the gist of it is that because of the way the mRna “vaccine” works it can lead to our own immune system rebelling against us and attacking us.
There’s already been one reported case of this happening.
In this case, he’d apparently already had COVID when he got the vaccine. Because the “vaccine” isn’t really a true vaccine that contains dead (or reduced virulence live) virus for the immune system to detect and build up antibodies against, when the “vaccine” was introduced, it interpreted the COVID antibodies already present in the Dr.’s system as virus and attacked them. It killed him.
Granted, this is a single case and is hardly anything to panic over, but the fact that this is a known possibility, several people are ringing alarm bells and it’s already happened once is troubling to me.
Add to that the fact that the much maligned hydroxychloroquine treatment has been somewhat vindicated in a clinical trial.
So, if there is any possibility of long term health impacts of this experimental non-vaccine, and there are viable treatments for COVID in the pipeline, combined with the simple fact that COVID isn’t life threatening for the vast majority of patients in the first place…I have some serious reservations about getting the shots.