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Posted 9/12/2021 00:58 (#9215544 - in reply to #9214998)
Subject: RE: Anyone see a problem here??

Eastern South Dakota
Polio was not a respiratory virus and he no other hosts other than humans. Small pox is a respiratory virus but it also had no other host than humans so a vaccine was successful in protecting humans in both cases. There has never been a vaccine developed for any other respiratory virus other than small pox, that was successful in controlling or eradication. Main reason is because almost all respiratory virus’s have other animal hosts that they can live in even if they don’t cause illness in the animal host. They can survive there, mutate there, and find ways to survive. Colds and the flu and multiple covid viruses including 19 all are in this category. For years, vaccine development and trials in the lab for respiratory viruses that have other animal hosts have always show one main common denominator. They make the problem worse and not better. Why? Because the vaccine doesn’t protect the host from getting the virus. It may keep them from becoming symptomatic but they still Cary and spread the virus. Even if everyone got vaccinated it would not keep covid from being transmitted and spread and eventually a new varient would form and would have to start all over again like the flu vaccine. Also, the vaccine keeps a person from getting a bad case of covid but as a result, the antibody memory developed through the vaccine probably is not as strong as those who had a severe case of covid and recovered. It seems that there is a great reluctance to put out any data on this but maybe we don’t have it yet. Thanks to gain of function research, covid 19 is here to stay. 50 plus years of lab research would also say the vaccine is as much to blame for a mid summer outbreak as unvaccinated people that had yet to get covid 19. Hand washing, eating right, getting outside to keep up vitamin D levels, loose some weight, etc. are going to be our best defense against this like all other respiratory diseases. So when we get it we don’t need medical care and recover quickly. unfortunately, some will die and there isnt anything we can do about it anymore than the flu. So we should stop blaming each other and stop relying on the vaccine as a savior and look in the mirror and try and improve what you see reflected. The politicalization of this is ruining our economy and destroying our markets. Deepening our division when we should be United as Americans and stoping out government from ruining the fabric of our nation which is individual freedom and self government. No matter how overworked our healthcare is and how many die from this rotten virus, it is a dot compared to the blood spilt by communism and Marxism. 6 million by the nazis, 30 million by Stalin alone, and double that buy the red Chinese, vietcong, and north Koreans. Covid isnt our big problem, a divided America is our problem.
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