French President Macron is dissing the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine: "It Just Doesn't Work As Expected".
The French president added that "everything suggests that it is almost ineffective for those over 65, and some say over 60."
For the record--How the Oxford-AstraZeneca Vaccine Works:
The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine is based on the virus’ genetic instructions for building the spike protein. But unlike the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines, which store the instructions in single-stranded RNA, the Oxford vaccine uses double-stranded DNA.
This simply calls to mind the warnings of non-compromised experts that vaccines aren't easy--which is why there's never been a coronavirus vaccine before. Further, it was always a good idea to get effective treatments--like the HCQ based regime or Ivermectin--out to as many as possible.
Reminder: ALL of these 'vaccines' are experimental and are being used on an "emergency" basis. How real is that "emergency"? Is it more real than a bad flu season? We need transparency. Let's hear some political voices demanding that, since the medical voices have largely been canceled.
I've never understood how an emergency could last this long, definitionaly.ReplyDelete
And of course the casedemic ploy is a sure sign that they're hiding the true nature of what's going on.Delete
And in other news:ReplyDelete
Britain's Covid cases plunge for anotherReplyDelete
day - down 31% in a week to 23,275 - as
scientists say vaccine drive IS working
and UK records another 1,200 deaths
Still counting positive tests as “cases”...
Have you seen Patrick Byrne's story?ReplyDelete
No, Trump's election win was flat out stolen stolen.Delete
CDC now requires 2 masks!ReplyDelete
So much for Federalism.
Roger Simon: How the Hydroxychloroquine Scandal Wrecked America and the World Along With It.
And a way to get hcq!