COVID-19 Vaccine Skeptics Have Many Concerns

COVID-19 Vaccine Skeptics Have Many Concerns

Story Highlights

  • As many as one-third of adults in the United States are choosing to delay or refuse the experimental COVID-19 vaccines and several reasons have been suggested, such as the spread of so-called “misinformation” on social media, the fast tracking of the COVID vaccines and safety concerns about potential long-term side effects of the vaccines.
  • Public health officials argue that most people who question the safety and effectiveness of the experimental COVID vaccines struggle with “health illiteracy” and are unable to understand the science or differentiate between misinformation and valid scientific data.
  • In terms of health and safety concerns, fears about the potential impact on fertility and the increased risk for heart inflammation in teenagers and young adults are two claims either publicly dismissed or deemed an acceptable risk.

With close to one-third of adults in the United States choosing to delay or forego the experimental COVID-19 vaccines, the medical industry is reportedly trying to understand the reasons behind the hesitancy and figure out how to persuade more Americans to get vaccinated. Several key reasons have been identified, including the influence of so-called “misinformation” on social media, which refers to information that is not sanctioned by the government or mainstream medical community. Other suggested reasons for resistance to use of COVID-19 vaccines include “misunderstanding the science” presented by public health officials; mistrust of doctors and the medical establishment; concerns over safety and the potential long-term adverse effects of the vaccines; speed of vaccine development and distribution of the vaccines under an emergency use authorization (EUA); and concerns that underlying poor health conditions may increase vulnerability to vaccine reactions.1 2

Demographically, women, Black Americans, and those with conservative political views are most likely to refuse the COVID-19 vaccines. One study noted that, since women are statistically responsible for 80 percent of healthcare decisions for U.S. families, “their hesitancy may have implications for men and children as well.”3

COVID Vaccine Skeptics’ Intelligence is Questioned

Pointing out that many southern states, particularly in rural areas, tend to have high rates of vaccine hesitancy, Jennifer Dillaha, MD, medical director for immunizations at the Arkansas Department of Health, believes that access to misinformation is the key factor in her state’s low, 34 percent vaccination rate. As she told MedPage Today, “They have difficulty sorting through the information available, and they are not able to distinguish accurate information from misinformation.”

Citing a “misconception that steps must have been skipped, or that the technology behind the mRNA vaccines is brand new” as evidence of the kind of misinformation that is contributing to vaccine hesitancy in Arkansas, Dillaha maintains that the “only evidence that remains from longer-term trials is the duration of protection.”4 She goes on to include other southern states in her opinion pertaining to rural health illiteracy:

I think in general people in the South struggle more with health literacy than in other parts of the country… Much of the south is rural, and people who struggle with health literacy need healthcare providers to help them sort through information.

Others, sensitive to the valid reasons for mistrust in government and medical authorities, particularly among people of color, urge healthcare providers to really listen to concerns of those who will not jump to be vaccinated just because they are told to do it. Natasha Williams, EdD, MPH, assistant professor of population health at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, points out that, “The issue of hesitancy or mistrust is really justified… I don’t think it’s a major request for people to have questions and to get their questions answered from trusted sources.”5

Serious COVID-19 Adverse Events Reported in Europe and U.S.

Some of the concerns raised about COVID-19 vaccines include potential impact on fertility, neurological side effects and the increased risk of heart inflammation (myocarditis) in young people. Most common adverse events reported in clinical trials after COVID-19 mRNA vaccines include pain at the injection site; axillary swelling/lymphadenopathy (pain under armpit from swollen lymph nodes), fever, headache, fatigue, myalgia (muscle pain), arthralgia (joint pain), nausea/vomiting, chills.6 7

A U.S. media outlet, Homeland Security Today, reported on July 22 that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has acknowledged that:8

  • Anaphylaxis occurs after COVID-19 vaccinations in approximately two to five people per million;
  • Thrombosis with thrombocytopenic syndrome (TTS), a blood disorder involving low platelets and blood clots that can lead to death, can occur rarely after Johnson & Johnson/Janssen human adenovirus vectored COVID-19 vaccinations. (TTS has also been reported after Moderna/NIAID mRNA COVID-19 vaccinations but the CDC maintains that a casual relationship has not been established).
  • There have been 1,148 reports filed with the federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) involving inflammation of the heart (myocarditis, pericarditis) among people under age 30 following receipt of mRNA vaccines manufactured by Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna/NIAID, primarily among male adolescents and young adults, that are being investigated.
  • There have been over 6,000 deaths reported to VAERS after COVID-19 vaccinations. The CDC states that, “Reports of adverse events to VAERS following vaccination, including deaths, do not necessarily mean that a vaccine caused a health problem.”

According to a Canadian report, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) vaccine adverse event monitoring system has identified the most commonly reported serious adverse events associated with receipt of COVID-19 vaccines, although health officials say that causality has not yet been definitively established. In descending order, the most common serious adverse events reported in the EMA system are fainting (syncope), blood clot(s) in the lungs, anaphylactic reactions, deep vein thrombosis, pneumonia, low blood platelet count (thrombocytopenia), blood clot(s) or bleeding in the brain, hallucinations, cerebral stroke and loss of consciousness.9

Mainstream Scientists Dismiss COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Fertility, Miscarriage Concerns

With regard to fertility questions, there have been reports pointing out the similarities between the SARS-CoV-2 spike proteins and proteins involved in the key functions of placenta, leading to speculation that the vaccine could trigger an adverse immune response to placenta and potentially cause miscarriages.10 The idea is widely disputed by public health officials and doctors quoted in the mainstream media articles.11 According to D’Angela Pitts, MD, for example, “The proteins are not similar enough to cause placenta to not attach to an embryo.”12

Nevertheless, other respected virologists, such as biochemist and molecular biologist Janci Chunn Lindsay, PhD and virologist William Gallaher, PhD, have discussed the plausibility of the concept that, “Covid vaccines will cross-react with the syncytin and reproductive proteins in sperm, ova, and placenta, leading to impaired fertility and impaired reproductive and gestational outcomes.13

Virologist Presents Evidence for COVID-19 Vaccine Spike Protein

Byron Bridle, PhD, Associate Professor of Viral Immunology in the Department of Pathobiology at the University of Guelph in Canada, has presented evidence that the experimental COVID-19 vaccine does not, as was initially believed, remain localized at the injection site but, instead, what he describes as the vaccine’s biologically active spike protein may get into the blood and be distributed widely throughout the body. Dr. Bridle contends that, “…once injected, the vaccine contents appear to travel extensively throughout the body, to the brain and other sensitive tissues, such as bone marrow, spleen, liver, adrenal glands, ovaries, etc. Whether these body sites are involved in producing the spike protein is not known, as this was never studied.”14

Dr. Bridle does not believe that the experimental COVID-19 vaccines should be given to children and young adults of childbearing age. He says the genetically engineered SARS-CoV-2 spike protein component in the COVID-19 vaccine has the potential to cause “undesirable effects such as damage to the heart and cardiovascular system, blood clots, bleeding, and neurological effects.” He adds that:

Although some might argue that the risk of the spike protein causing this type of damage is only a theoretical risk, when we are mass vaccinating a population of predominantly healthy people, including children, adolescents, and adults of child-bearing age, there is absolutely no room for avoidable error.15

COVID-19 Vaccine: Increased Risk for Myocarditis

Public health officials argue that serious adverse events, such as an increased risk for myocarditis in young people following COVID-19 vaccinations, can be considered “justifiable risks” because most victims fully recover and the disorder is generally treatable in the vaccinated population. By age, the incidence of myocarditis after COVID-19 vaccination compared to baseline numbers are: Ages 12-17, 132 observed vs 1-12 expected; ages 18-24: 233 observed vs 2-25 expected; ages 25-29: 69 observed vs 2-21 expected and ages 30-39: 71 observed vs 5-48 expected.

Vaccination is estimated to prevent 5,700 COVID cases, 215 hospitalizations, 71 ICU admissions and two deaths in males between the ages of 12 and 17, “at a cost of 56 to 69 myocarditis cases.”16

Neurological Reactions Reported After COVID-19 Vaccination

Neurologic sequelae, including an increased risk for development of Guillain Barré syndrome (GBS), has been reported in rare cases following receipt of the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine, prompting the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to change labeling for that vaccine. GBS is an autoimmune disorder in which the immune system attacks nerve cells and may cause muscle weakness or paralysis and other symptoms include weakness or tingling in limbs; difficulty walking, speaking, chewing or swallowing; double vision; and compromised bowel or bladder control. According to he FDA, 95 of the 100 cases of GBS following vaccination required hospitalization, and one person died.17

Stopping short of acknowledging a causal relationship between GBS and the J&J COVID-19 vaccine, the updated label reads, in part:

Reports of adverse events following use of the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine under emergency use authorization suggest an increased risk of Guillain-Barré syndrome during the 42 days following vaccination… Although the available evidence suggests an association between the Janssen [Johnson & Johnson] vaccine and increased risk of GBS, it is insufficient to establish a causal relationship.18

Although the association with GBS has been more widely publicized with the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen human adenovirus vectored vaccine, GBS has also been reported following Pfizer’s mRNA COVID-19 vaccine.19

In addition to neurological disorders like GBS, cardiac and blood clotting disorders have been reported following COVID-19 vaccines available in this country, as well as with the AstraZeneca/University of Oxford experimental chimpanzee advenovirus vectored COVID-19 vaccine being distributed in Europe and elsewhere.20

The CDC and FDA continue to maintain that the experimental Covid-19 vaccines being distributed under an EUA in the U.S. are all safe and effective, and the benefits outweigh the risks.

Other Concerns of Vaccine Skeptics Dismissed

Although the FDA has never licensed an mRNA vaccine for use in humans, Gabriel Lockhart, MD, a pulmonologist and critical care specialist in Denver dismisses concern over the relative newness of the mRNA technology and the fast tracked licensing process of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, saying the approach “isn’t that new. We’ve had experience with mRNA technology for the last two decades.” Dr. Lockhart also notes that the speed with which the vaccines were rolled out is akin to “having six different construction companies that were all employed to build separate skyscrapers. They’re told a skyscraper typically takes two years to build. But then they’re all told, ‘Hey, we need all of you to focus on the same skyscraper and expedite the production. Pivot your focus all on the same skyscraper.’”21

Some of the measures undertaken by healthcare authorities include assigning guilt to those who choose to wait. One source suggests that those who refuse to get vaccinated should be last in line for limited resources,22 should have to pay for their own hospital care if they get a serious case of COVID-19 so they don’t take from responsible citizens who do the right ting and get vaccinated,23 and be barred from other types of services if they can’t prove they’ve been vaccinated.24 One headline goes so far as to say, “Young children will pay the price if enough US adults don’t get vaccinated against Covid-19.”25

Taking a different approach, Richard Seidman, MD, chief medical officer of L.A. Care Health Plan said:

Because there can be so many different, highly personal reasons why someone might be hesitant to take the vaccine, it’s best to approach people in a supportive and respectful manner and make it clear that your goal is to understand what their concerns are.26


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Click here to view References:

1 Henderson J. Who Are the COVID Vaccine ‘Holdouts’? MedPage Today June 29, 2021.
2 Howley EK. How to Talk to Someone Who’s Hesitant to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine U.S. News & World Report May 12, 2021.
3 JoJack B. Which US Demographics Are More Likely To Refuse A COVID-19 Vaccine? Medical News Today Jan. 11, 2021.
4 Henderson J. Who Are the COVID Vaccine ‘Holdouts’? MedPage Today June 29, 2021.
5 Ibid.
6 U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Local Reactions, Systemic Reactions, Adverse Events, and Serious Adverse Events: Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine. Dec. 20, 2021.
7 CDC. Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine: FDA Decision Memorandum. Dec. 20, 2020.
8 Homeland Security Today. CDC Facts on Adverse Events Reported after COVID-19 Vaccination. July 22, 2021.
9 Bridle BW. COVID-19 Vaccines and Children: A Scientist’s Guide for Parents Canadian Covid Care Alliance June 15, 2021.
10 Rights and Freedoms New mRNA Vaccine Could Cause Immune Cells To Attack Placenta Cells, Causing Female Infertility, Miscarriage Or Birth Defects.
11 MU Healthcare. Does the COVID-19 Vaccine Affect Fertility? Here’s What the Experts Say. 2021.
12 Henry Ford Health System Staff. Here’s Where That COVID-19 Vaccine Infertility Myth Came From—And Why It Is Not True Henry Ford Health System Apr. 23, 2021.
13 Margulis J. Halt Covid Vaccine, Prominent Scientist Tells CDC. JenniferMargulis.net.
14 Bridle BW. COVID-19 Vaccines and Children: A Scientist’s Guide for Parents. Canadian Covid Care Alliance June 15, 2021.
15 Ibid.
16 Fiore K. Here’s Why Experts Are Comfortable With Myocarditis Numbers MedPage Today June 24, 2021.
17 Sealy A, Bonifield J, Fox M. FDA Warns Of Potential Rare Neurological Complication With Johnson & Johnson Coronavirus Vaccine CNN Health July 13, 2021.
18 Ibid.
19 Waheed S, et al. Neurological Complications of COVID-19: Guillain-Barre Syndrome Following Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Cureus February, 2021.
20 Attkisson S. (NEW) Covid-19 Vaccine Serious Side Effects Expand: First Case Of Blood Clot Disorder After Double-Dose Reported SharylAttkisson.com June 30, 2021.
21 Howley EK. How to Talk to Someone Who’s Hesitant to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine U.S. News & World Report May 12, 2021.
22 Crutchfield P. Opinion: Vaccine Refusers Should Be Last In Line For Limited Medical Resources Bridge Michigan July 6, 2021.
23 SchmidtWaterloo B. Vaccine Refusers Should Pay For Their Hospital Care. The Record July 14, 2021.
24 Michaelson J. Here’s How We Handle People Who Refuse to Get COVID Vaccines. The Daily Beast Dec. 11, 2020.
25 Holcombe M. Young Children Will Pay The Price If Enough US Adults Don’t Get Vaccinated Against Covid-19, Expert Says CNN Health July 14, 2021.
26 Howley EK. How to Talk to Someone Who’s Hesitant to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine U.S. News & World Report May 12, 2021.

34 Responses to "COVID-19 Vaccine Skeptics Have Many Concerns"

  1. mark   July 26, 2021 at 4:26 pm

    Vaccine “hesitancy” is propaganda. It refers to the tendency for people who are well-educated about vaccinations’ many problems with regard to both safety and efficacy to avoid accepting these dubious medical interventions. It also comprises people who have been made to distrust the medical establishment once they discover that the medical establishment and media has been lying to them or presenting false information about vaccination. Once they realize they have been lied to, they are naturally reluctant to consent to vaccination. Vaccine “hesitancy” might be better called vaccine “intelligence” or vaccine “betrayal”. Check the hesitancy word at the door. It doesn’t belong in the conversation.

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    • Tom   July 27, 2021 at 7:15 am

      Very true. Until there is some raging pandemic where I personally encounter family members or others dying “on the streets” so to speak, vaccines and injections are not in the conversation. Since there are few studies comparing the vaccinated verses the intelligent non-vaxxers, there is no proof that any vaccine does anyone any good.

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      • JENNY   July 31, 2021 at 11:39 am

        I guess plenty of ‘health care workers’ are also stupid, seeing as a lot of them don’t want the vaccine either! What an insult, do these officious fools and liars really believe that the people who can still think are the dumb ones?
        Working in academia, I’ve seen firsthand that many times the more initials one has after their name, the dumber they are!

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  2. Joel Walbert   July 26, 2021 at 5:50 pm

    No hesitancy or skepticism here. My mind has been made up long before the EUA was issued.

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  3. barb   July 26, 2021 at 6:17 pm

    They will stop at nothing to insult and pressure the public to get this vaccine. I used my intelligent mind to refuse it………so there! I could give you a long list of reasons but I won’t waste my intelligent mind. The contact push for this is just making people dig their heels in….so give it up.

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  4. JLK   July 26, 2021 at 6:39 pm

    If they hadn’t lied to us all this time about available treatments, then there would be no vaccine for us to be ‘hesitant’ about!

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  5. michael   July 26, 2021 at 7:20 pm

    Regarding this statement, ” should have to pay for their own hospital care if they get a serious case of COVID-19…….”. A good friend of mine said, “they should get no care”. I’m sure he is not alone.

    I think Hannah Arendt might interpret my friend’s response this way:-

    Eichmann was not an amoral monster, she concluded in her study of the case, Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil (1963). Instead, he performed evil deeds without evil intentions, a fact connected to his ‘thoughtlessness’, a disengagement from the reality of his evil acts. Eichmann ‘never realised what he was doing’ due to an ‘inability… to think from the standpoint of somebody else’. Lacking this particular cognitive ability, he ‘commit[ted] crimes under circumstances that made it well-nigh impossible for him to know or to feel that he [was] doing wrong’.

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    • Dani   July 27, 2021 at 7:26 am

      By that “logic”, a person who is unhealthy due to their diet, lack of exercise, poor lifestyle choices and such should also “get no care” when they develop diabetes, cancer, heart disease, etc.

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      • Katalin j Cowan   July 27, 2021 at 9:30 am

        Exactly!

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      • Sarah   July 29, 2021 at 6:55 pm

        COVID cases get no care anyway…so what’s the big deal…..my brother went to the hospital with COVID, and they sent him home with Tylenol.
        They told him to come back when he gets sicker. What care?
        Ha ha ha.

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  6. Kathleen Egbert   July 26, 2021 at 7:43 pm

    SOME other reasons to distrust CDC, FDA, NIH etc.:
    1.use of PCR to diagnose these infections, despite the inventor, Kary Mullis’, warning on video yet, it was not a diagnostic test
    2. the use of excessively high cycle thresholds known to create massive numbers of false positive results
    3. misuse of the term “case” normally used to indicate a SICK PERSON, and counting positive PCR tests as if they were the numbers of people actually sick and capable of transmitting that sickness to others
    4. the now documented contaminants in the hollow fibers of the PCR test swabs,
    5. the banning of “essential” drugs like HCQ and Ivermectin, used safely on millions for decades, and demonstrated clinically to be lifesavers in thousands of victims when adminstered properly, worldwide,
    6. censorship of qualified physicians and researchers presenting understandable explanations of the technicalities of various aspects of this mess
    7. “enticement” (legal term) to submit to the shots with money, goodies and privilage
    8. “coercion” (legal term) to submit to the shots with threats of job loss, access to food, water, other essentials of life,
    9. use of guilt “don’t kill Grangma” “take it to protect others”
    10. NO MANDATORY VAERS reporting, despite the fact that all taking this experimental drug are actually enrolled in a clinical trial,
    11. not making it CLEARLY UNDERSTANDABLE that these are EXPERIMENTAL PRODUCTS
    12. conflicts of interest between NIH and Moderna
    13. ignoring those with unusual disabling reactions
    14. changing the contents of different batches: the early ones did not contain graphene oxide, later batches do contain it
    15. use of listed ingredients never tested for injectible use in the nanolipids
    16. failure to recognize that the shot material spreads throughout the body
    17. constant contradictory statements made be leaders like Fauci
    18. not widely publicizing VAERS reports of bad reactions
    19 putting particles into some shots that make RFID readers get a reading when used on a vax site
    20. no investigation of bizarre side effects like magnets or ferromagnetic materials sticking to injection sites and other body parts
    21 revelations by David Martin of patents related to aspects of the shots that predate COVID by years or decades
    22. comments by people like Bill Gates re the desirability of eliminating great numbers of the population
    If any/many/all these AND MORE, do not breed skepicism, there is little that can be done for the gullible

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    • Tom   July 27, 2021 at 7:19 am

      Great list. Until we get all of our questions and concerns answered with the truth, vaccines and injections remain no more than a control factor and money maker for big pharma. Looking at the last 40 years of corruption in big pharma, there is no reason to trust any of their drugs and injections.

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  7. Richard Hugus   July 26, 2021 at 7:55 pm

    Yes, there is alot of misinformation out there, and most of it is coming from doctors raised by big pharma, plus government.

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    • JENNY   July 31, 2021 at 11:41 am

      Profits over people, that is the agenda I DON’T trust! Take all the financial incentive$ out of medical and pharma industries and then we’ll talk.

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  8. John   July 26, 2021 at 8:20 pm

    The vaccine industry is one of the most dishonest industries out there and the FACT that they are out there, along with their shareholders at Google/YouTube suppressing any one who questions their assertions is a prime example. No debate, only vilify and censor. This Covid vaccine is the worst that has ever been introduced to the population at large and is far and away the most deadly – all for a disease that is 99.9% survivable for most people under 80 years old and is curable with medications that have decades long track records…but I’ll be banned for saying Ivermectin and hydroxychoroquine are completely effective and cheap without the risk of disability and death that comes with the EXPERIMENTAL Covid vaccine. How can you say it is safe when you have no data…the data is less than a year old? How can you say it won’t harm reproduction in men or women when it hasn’t been studied? The flu vaccine has always been touted as safe for pregnant woman and babies my MD’s and our government but the product insert cleary states they have never been tested for safety in pregnant women or infants. They lie and injure just to sell their snake oil. All you really need to know is that vaccine pushers are exempt from product liability…they kill or injure you or your kid and you are on your own. Can’t sue the doctor who didn’t provide truthful informed consent or the makers. Who would use any product that was immune from product liability? Not me…you can keep your mRNA vaccine and give it to some other human guinea pig, I am not playing and will instead be relying on my innate awesome immune system to keep me healthy and strong.

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  9. leah   July 26, 2021 at 8:54 pm

    It sounds like Dr. Dillaha thinks rural folks are stupid. That they can’t figure out a computer to access alternative information from the propaganda MSM. Shame on the good doctor. Some of the smartest people I know don’t have any letters behind their names from famous universities. They have avoided the marxist teachings that are prevalent in most schools of higher learning. They love God and country and family. Good on them and their “hesitancy”.

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    • JENNY   July 31, 2021 at 11:42 am

      I’ve lived in the country and the city. PLENTY OF STUPID PEOPLE IN BOTH PLACES!

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  10. Ninie   July 26, 2021 at 9:06 pm

    Either they give placebo vaccines or they give vaccines from an expired batch, or they give a controversial vaccine. And do not forget, that all vaccines are under study and therefore are experimental on the whole line.

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  11. Fernanda Moema Santos Souza   July 26, 2021 at 10:47 pm

    Acho que estas vacinas que estão por ai , são um dos piores crimes já realizados contra a raça humana.
    Espero que um dia em futuro próximo ou não, alguém que ame os seres humanos faça um livro contando sobre a maldade a que estivemos expostos com tais vacinas experimentais.

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    • EdS   August 10, 2021 at 12:31 pm

      You’re correct, they’re crimes against humanity and whether it’s Fauci, Gates, CDC, W.H.O., FDA, corrupt government leaders, Big Pharma and their water carriers in the media, they’re all complicit in the unnecessary deaths, injuries and destruction of our social fabric. A Nuremberg trial is in order to hold them accountable.

      There are books, ‘still available’ that expose the harm vaccines and their cohorts have caused. A great expose site is: https://thetruthaboutvaccines.com/

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  12. kb   July 26, 2021 at 11:41 pm

    there are skeptics because the Nobel prize winners that invented PCR testing and mRNA techniques are censored and silenced for their comments in these experiminetal vaxs

    Every single post from the big pharma, the left media, the CDC and WHO is so bias. Heres simple proof, facebook uses Associated Press to factcheck doctors, professors, immunologists, epideiologists, virologists in the field and their peer review work – this is totally absurd that an organisation that writes its own bias nonsense uses their stories to censor the above!!!! really

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  13. Nancy Atkins   July 27, 2021 at 4:37 am

    As though those from the South are without the intellect to discern truth from lies. What an insult! If anyone has shown lack of intelligence it’s those who jumped in line to get the vaccine. I guarantee they were also the first in masks standing in place on the blue lines as well.
    I’m from the South and do just fine locating and understanding information. I don’t for an instant believe that these doctors scientist researchers government officials etc took the vaccine and you couldn’t convince me if I saw them receive it after a pretest of the liquid in the vial showed it was the vaccine. For me, government lost all credibility the day they sat up a fund for vaccine injury and said that big pharma was untouchable.
    And by the way, did I mention that I have a vaccine injured daughter. You can believe I know how to research and decipher information.

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    • Melodie R   August 4, 2021 at 7:08 pm

      Nancy, HPV vaccination damage?
      My daughter now 24, injured at 13.
      Chronic fatigue, Fibromyalgia symptoms, Hashimoto’s, seizure disorder oh yeah it’s fun. Who knows what the vaccine played a part in this. I know she didn’t get out of bed 7 days after the 3rd shot.

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  14. Katalin J Cowan   July 27, 2021 at 9:42 am

    One response said: “For me, government lost all credibility the day they sat up a fund for vaccine injury and said that big pharma was untouchable.” I concur. That and so many other unanswered questions and thought provoking reasons not to trust mentioned in these comments. Basic common sense.

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  15. Peace   July 27, 2021 at 3:22 pm

    Vaccine skeptics?? I’ve made my decision not to get a jab, period. Pharmaceutical industries only want money. 🦵 (kick) 👨‍⚕️ Fauci out. Very dishonest and nerve wrecking.

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  16. FreedomLover   July 27, 2021 at 6:28 pm

    I have studied health and nutrition for over 30 yrs. Its my passion. I was raised to believe in God as my healer and to protect the gift of life he has given me in my body. I am truly blessed with 0neg bloodtype, which by the way, studies have revealed resists disease more so than other bloodtypes, and also covid. I have been taught by my grandparents and have learned through reading about how to support and strengthen our immune system, and its all about keeping a balance in gut bacteria or microbiome. Food as medicine plays a strong role, as does blood testing to keep in check your body’s ability to absorb and utilize nutrients. I protect my gut from being torn up by excessive sugars, chemicals, pesticides, or drugs. I am not vaccine-dependent nor drug-dependent. I do not subscribe to television and haven’t for over 20 yrs. so I am protective of my sensibilities as well. I am fully aware of how propaganda achieves submission as I studies advertising in college. I am behind each and every one of you as an American who also believes in our rights to free speech, free medical choices and privacy. I respect holistic medicine more and more and those who have chosen to be homeopathic doctors. I see mainstream doctors following pharmaceutical guidelines more and more out of touch with medicine in general, especially diagnostics. Big Pharma is out of control and on an ego trip of entitlement that must come to an end. Best wishes in staying healthy and free of disease. You must first believe in your God given powers to be able to make them a reality.

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    • Peace   July 31, 2021 at 7:02 pm

      Good, I’m glad there are people out there like you who share same sentiment as mine. 👏🙏

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  17. Ron S   July 27, 2021 at 7:22 pm

    By the numbers.
    20% of people under 20 years with covid get symptoms.
    91% of people get symptoms / reaction from Covid vaccine regardless of age.
    610,000 Americans died from Covid.
    6207 died from Covid vaccine.
    2807 Americans under 30 years died from Covid.

    Thoes that died from vaccine were not quicentendental. Because it’s like 40× that of another vaccine to the same age.

    If they want more people to get vaccines, they should get a less dangerous vaccine.

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  18. Reilly   July 28, 2021 at 8:16 am

    https://americasfrontlinedoctors.org/

    archive.org/details/the-fauci-covid-19-dossier

    https://media.mercola.com/ImageServer/Public/2021/July?PDF/google-censorship-due-to-vaccine-investment-pdf-.pdf

    clinicaltrials.gov

    These are a few pages I’ve found. Our government still CAN NOT be trusted….If the sites don’t load, use duckduckgo.com or some other search engine, google may not “find” them for you!

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  19. Martha D'Angona   August 1, 2021 at 7:53 pm

    Really angry at the doctor who has the gall to call southerners “illiterate” with regard to health issues! What arrogrance and obvious elitism!

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  20. JJ   August 1, 2021 at 10:51 pm

    People should watch Del Bigtree’s interview with the three ER nurses that took the shot in January. They now suffer from severe debilitating shaking- seizure disorders. Guess what, no one in the hospitals are able to help them. No insurance coverage because it’s so new, there is no diagnosis. They have connected with many others on-line suffering with similar problems post shot. I know 4 people in just my social circle that have had severe reactions. Blood clots in my friends 25 yr old daughter, two in their 60’s with heart attacks within a week. My friend’s husband dropped dead on the sidewalk 24 hours after the shot.
    Now, weeks after taking it- I hear people complaining of transient shooting pain, neuropathy in the hands and feet, stiff joints, chronic headaches, shingles, lightheaded upon standing, heart palpitations, rage and panic attacks.
    This is so new! Listening to those nurses experiences gives you a very clear picture as to what is happening to people and their cases in the hospitals. Pray for our collective healing & well being 🙏🏻❤️

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  21. Anna-Marie   August 2, 2021 at 4:06 am

    Plain logic dictates that if you had covid, that you will have antibodies. So, I think that everyone getting a vaccine should be tested for acute covid and for antibodies against covid before vaccinations. That way there will be more accurate information on how many people have covid antibodies, although they were never tested for acute covid – like myself. And if you have igg antibodies a vaccine would not be necessary. I know of a lot of people that had covid and went for their vaccines shortly after. It does not make sense to me at all.

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  22. Irena   August 3, 2021 at 12:33 am

    Just wanted to add that the skyscraper example that so called “doctor”. It will take the same 2 years to build the skyscraper whether there is one construction company or 6. Same analogy as with 6 pregnant women – the baby will not be born in 1.5 month just because he wants it to!

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  23. Kate   August 4, 2021 at 8:05 pm

    It is fascinating that the CDC will make the quote above: There have been over 6,000 deaths reported to VAERS after COVID-19 vaccinations. The CDC states that, “Reports of adverse events to VAERS following vaccination, including deaths, do not necessarily mean that a vaccine caused a health problem” and yet the same philosophy does not apply to the virus itself — that reports of adverse events following exposure to COVID does not necessarily mean that COVID caused the reported adverse events, including deaths.” There have been numerous reported instances where people with underlying conditions from which they were likely to die were reported as COVID. How many deaths were really as a result of undelying conditions or poor treatment due to a lack of understanding of COVID throughout the progression of the virus over the past year and a half, or because purported treatments that may have helped were withheld because of a lack of knowledge or even political disagreement with people who talked about these purported treatments.

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