Monday, December 14, 2020

Kansas City Wants You Try The Vaxx First

Healthy skepticism is part of human nature . . . Here's mainstream news confirmation that public health officials and elected leaders still have a great deal of work to do in order to convince locals about pandemic safety and effectiveness. 

Still, the most convincing argument I've heard is simple: If you've ever eaten a hot dog, you don't get to question public health policy. 

It kind of makes sense. As much as anything else does . . .

Read more . . .

As COVID-19 vaccines roll out, there's no rush to roll up sleeves

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Most Americans will have to wait months before they can receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and some in the Kansas City metro are fine with that. "I'm going make sure that it's fully deployed and tested, well tested, and it's a safe vaccine," Michael Perrie, who will wait before getting vaccinated, said.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hard to blame anyone for having reservations about something rushed to market as quickly as this was.

Also, weren't a lot of "unnecessary regulations" requiring normally accepted development and testing procedures suspended by Executive Order?

Anonymous said...

Hats off to President Donald J. Trump for being a man of action who created Operation Warped Speed to bring this vaccine to the American people in record time. No other president could have succeeded in the way that he did to overcome the terrible virus the Chinese unleased on the world.

Anonymous said...

The Chinese Communists are so thrilled to soon be working with a senile president with terrible negotiating skills who thinks they are no threat to the world. Their dreams have come true.

Anonymous said...

Those vaccinated will still be able to contract the SARS-CoV-2 virus and transmit it to others? Yes

Isn't that potentially creating what they call "super-spreaders"? Yes

If I get the initial vaccination is that it, is it over? No Most people will require a round of 2 separate vaccinations, in order for it to effective. And the most susceptible (elderly, immuno-suppressed) may require a "series" of injections.

When will the mask-mandate end? Potentially never. Because those vaccinated can still contract the virus and transmit it to others, unless everyone in the world gets vaccinated, they'll always have the excuse to continue the mask-mandate.

Did Bill Gates recently say that masks need to continue at least through mid-2022? Yes

Who the Hell is Bill Gates, is he a medical doctor, and why have corporate media constantly given him public attention since this "pandemic" started? Bill Gates was a co-founder of Microsoft (computer software), is not a medical doctor, but he's a multi-billionaire who has bought major influence within the WHO, CDC, NIH, research centers, and corporate media.

Did Bill Gates know about this coronavirus pandemic before it actually started? There is evidence strongly suggesting that yes he did. Look up his 2015 TED talk warning about a coronavirus pandemic coming soon, and his October 2019 sponsored coronavirus pandemic war-game simulation (Event 201).

Anonymous said...

As a successful white cis male I gladly am stepping aside and relinquishing my patriarchal white privilege so that a less fortunate person of color who has made all the wrong choices in life can have my vaccine.

Please knowledge my virtue signaling by giving me likes and up-votes for being such a kind thoughtful person.

Anonymous said...

More people would sign up for the vaccine if they put some fentanyl in it.

Anonymous said...

1. The COVID vaccines are mRNA vaccines. mRNA vaccines are a completely new type of vaccine. No mRNA vaccine has ever been licensed for human use before. In essence, we have absolutely no idea what to expect from this vaccine. We have no idea if it will be effective or safe.

2. Traditional vaccine simply introduce pieces of a virus to stimulate an immune reaction. The new mRNA vaccine is completely different. It actually injects (transfects) molecules of synthetic genetic material from non-humans sources into our cells. Once in the cells, the genetic material interacts with our transfer RNA (tRNA) to make a foreign protein that supposedly teaches the body to destroy the virus being coded for. Note that these newly created proteins are not regulated by our own DNA, and are thus completely foreign to our cells. What they are fully capable of doing is unknown.

3. The mRNA molecule is vulnerable to destruction. So, in order to protect the fragile mRNA strands while they are being inserted into our DNA they are coated with PEGylated lipid nanoparticles. This coating hides the mRNA from our immune system which ordinarily would kill any foreign material injected into the body. PEGylated lipid nanoparticles have been used in several different drugs for years. Because of their effect on immune system balance, several studies have shown them to induce allergies and autoimmune diseases. Additionally, PEGylated lipid nanoparticles have been shown to trigger their own immune reactions, and to cause damage to the liver.

Anonymous said...

“Those vaccinated will still be able to contract the SARS-CoV-2 virus and transmit it to others? Yes”

With it being 95% effective I’m not sure I follow your line of thinking, nobody has been able to prove you can transmit it even after you’ve had the virus.

40% effectiveness for the flu vaccine but yet everybody takes that shot religiously, has anybody proven you can pass the flu along after getting the shot?

Questions that probably won’t be answered for years to come.

Reality Speaker said...

https://www.acsh.org/news/2020/11/23/comparing-covid-vaccines-pfizer-vs-moderna-vs-astrazenecaoxford-15170

Interesting article comparing the three vaccines.

Anonymous said...

One other thing about this vaccine that 90% of Americans don’t know or completely forgot is this vaccine was being tested on people back in April and May, there were to sisters here in Missouri that volunteered for the study. Is that still too short a time frame for people I don’t know but you’d think something would’ve come up by now if there was a problem.

This is America and people can chose as they please and that’s their right as citizens of this great country, do as you please not what politicians, fake tv drs or the Chinese run news networks say.

I’ll say it again, I’ll do what my dr tells me to do. I trust him with my life.

Anonymous said...

I believe whatever the talking heads on the TV say, so I'm a gonna take a vaccine for a sickness that I need a test to tell me I have and has a 99.999% survival rate for ppl under 70 and 99.98% for those above, but whatever, Bill Gates gotta make a livin!

Anonymous said...

Please knowledge my virtue

9:31

Dumb comment. Try "acknowledge"

Anonymous said...

^^^ grammar bitch stfu

Anonymous said...

Grammar pretty well defines intelligence.

Anonymous said...

Considering Bill Gates has his fingerprints all over the vaccine I think I'll treat it just like I do every one of his new releases of Windows, I'll give it a couple years until they fix all the fuckups they find in the coding before I get it.

Anonymous said...

Grammer defines intelligence well...guess you are an idiot by your own rule. Shithead.

Anonymous said...

Hot dogs manufacturers don’t enjoy full liability protect by congressional act.