More Vaccine Questions

Last Updated on March 3, 2021 by John Galt

Doctor Robert, writing at Ricochet, asks

… what happens when the vaccinated person gets some sort of an immune system trigger, say a bout of hypoglycemia, or placement of breast implants, or exposure to another novel virus, or something, and the body reactivates its immune response to the novel spike protein? Are we going to see people develop autoimmunity and diseases like systemic lupus and rheumatoid arthritis and hypersensitivity pneumonitis due to these new cell wall proteins?

and answers

We don’t know, and we can’t know, because it will take 20 years to get a 20-year perspective. I think we will because nothing in medicine, politics, or life is without unexpected consequences.

This is potentially more dangerous than the lockdowns. The mRNA vaccines have the potential to cause far more harm than the disease they intend to prevent. No one except those most fraught with short-term risk should receive these vaccines. I sure as hell won’t take one.

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