Can You Trust the Covid Vaccines? Fauci and CDC Ain't Sure.

Can You Trust the Covid Vaccines? Fauci and CDC Ain't Sure.


Let me state at the outset that I am not offering medical advice. You and your doctor should make the decision whether or not to get the vaccine. But it is essential that you understand that Dr. Fauci and the CDC are now on the record (as of today) stating that the vaccine does not prevent Covid. The purpose of a vaccine is to inoculate the patient against being able to contract a particular disease. You get the polio vaccine to ensure you do not get polio. Same for smallpox.

So watch this clip from Tucker Carlson, who uses Fauci’s own words to impeach Fauci:

But it is not just Fauci and the CDC vacillating on the efficacy of the Covid vaccines. The FDA flat out states that the vaccine is NOT APPROVED. Read it for yourself:

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If you are a sane, rational person it is logical to ask, “Why should I get an unapproved vaccine that the Government’s “experts” are claiming, now, that it will not prevent you from contracting Covid.

Pay close attention to what the Dr. interviewed by Tucker said–people who have had covid should think twice about getting the vaccine.

Clotting is not the only dangerous side effect identified with some of the vaccines. Some women are reporting a significant increase in menstrual flow:

[M]any women have taken to social media to talk about how they’re experiencing heavier-than-normal periods and other menstrual changes after getting vaccinated.  Aaron Stewart, MD of Baptist Health Medical Group Obstetrics and Gynecology adds, “While some women have reported changes in their menstrual cycle with both the Covid-19 infection and the vaccine, the changes are generally thought to be temporary.”

Is There Research on COVID-19 Vaccines and Menstrual Cycles?

To date, not really. The CDC has a Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, which is a surveillance program that allows anyone to report the side effects they experienced after getting the vaccine. Several dozen women reported having significantly heavier cycles, but given that anyone can submit anything to the system, the evidence is anecdotal at this point. “The exact mechanism for this alteration is not clear, but similar changes can be noted in women during times of stress or when their bodies are dealing with other significant infections and/or inflammatory responses,” remarked Dr. Stewart.

Creepy Joe Biden and his team of medical buffoons are acting like a weathervane in a hurricane–they are frantically spinning in circles.

We need a simple answer to a simple question–does the vaccine prevent the recipient from getting Covid. If the answer is yes, then get the vaccine. If the answer is, “we don’t know”, then it is probably wise to wait until these so-called medical professionals start giving us answers based in real research rather than political spin.

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