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[#] Sun Jul 18 2021 06:50:59 EDT from darknetuser

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Reply to Claire Lehmann's tweets: Some of those are actual arguments. Some of those are non-arguments designed to pander to feelings rather than reason ("The reason why you don't want the vaccine is that you are a little kid with a fear of needles")

Kind of disappointed really.

[#] Sun Jul 18 2021 07:04:42 EDT from darknetuser

Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: The Safety of COVID-19 Vaccinations—We Should Rethink the Policy

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Yeah, there's no sauce here (and I think I'm agreeing with PD

again...)


I understand the paranoia though. Those of us who caught covid during

the early stages (say, around March 2020) felt very ill-served by a

medical establishment that was treating us like lepers and just telling

us to stay home.

That's the way it had to be, of course. That was so that the hospitals

could focus their efforts on folks who actually needed the most care.



Although, I still hear stories of people being told to stay home

despite a rather shockingly low SpO2. Ugh.


In NYC, it was a shitshow, with brutal triage decisions being made in

the field by paramedics
instead of by the more qualified doctors. My
mom's cousin was sent home, where she suddenly died.



Well I have seen them send critical people home with one of those battlefield painkiller packs. While there were rooms available in the hospital.


Beat that.

I am familiar up to a point with hospital service and the disinformation threat is very real. Laboratories DO buy doctors in order to secure sales. I know some lab sales-people and they all tell me buying Doctors and managers with prostitute orgies is not unheard off if they think they can generate a positive profit by the end of the semester.

Negative reports for certain medications usually just hit when the lab intends to swtch from that medication to a new line of meds. How convenient.

I don't want to discredit ACLL studies, but under these circumptstances it is hard to trust them when it comes to injecting biological agents in your body, specially since some of the laboratories are suspect - seriously, they waited until the end of the 2020 elections to disclose the vaccine, which hints there are partisant interests behind the whole deal.

[#] Sun Jul 18 2021 08:20:31 EDT from Nurb432

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Yep.  All one can hope is that they honestly thought the vax was safe/good, and just refused to give Trump any credit. Still wrong, but at least not deadly on its own.

Going off the theory that If they *knew* it was deadly they knew that they woudl be killing off their own base, as they were more likely to get the shot than the other side. 

 

Sun Jul 18 2021 07:04:42 AM EDTfrom darknetuser Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: The Safety of COVID-19 Vaccinations—We Should Rethink the Policy
they waited until the end of the 2020 elections to disclose the vaccine, which hints there are partisant interests behind the whole deal.
 

 



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