2 thoughts on “Brave Doctor Speaks to School Board About the Lies We Have Been Told About Covid and the So-called Vaccine

  1. Barbara

    I have seen and shared this video. On FB, it’s being smeared by a guy who doesn’t ID himself as a writer for Newsweek, but I know that he is. Here is what he said about it:
    I’ve listened to the first minute or so of this video. The guy speaking, who is a family doc from Indiana, says that aerosol (virus) particles are small enough to go through all masks, which is not true, as reams of studies have shown. He says all respiratory viruses circulate all year long “waiting for the immune system to get sick through the winter”–which makes absolutely no sense–“or become deranged, as has happened recently with these vaccines”–which, again, is utter nonsense. And he says we can’t “get rid of” the coronavirus because, unlike smallpox, it has “animal reservoirs.” But nobody is advocating eradicating SARS-CoV-2, so the comparison to smallpox and the stuff about animals reservoirs is completely beside the point. It also happens that no animal reservoirs have been found for SARS-CoV-2, even though the Chinese would desperately like to find them because it would get them off the hook for the lab-leak thing. People are advocating inoculating the public against the virus, as they used to do against smallpox.
    In short, this guy is either being deliberately misleading, or he’s an idiot, or he’s a nut.
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    Here’s how I respond to what he wrote:
    F—, not being a family doc from Indiana, or to my knowledge any kind of doc at all, waves his hands at “reams of studies” but fails to cite any of them, particularly the ones that are not a result of slanted surveys by the CDC with preordained outcomes. To use the words he so eloquently used to smear the guy with medical knowledge that he himself does not have, F— “is either being deliberately misleading, or he’s an idiot, or he’s a nut.” Describing the natural history of seasonal viruses in a vernacular accessible to non-doctors makes a great deal of sense, but perhaps is confusing to non-doctor snobs who think they know more than they do. F— also says “It also happens that no animal reservoirs have been found for SARS-CoV-2,” yet that is not proven or even likely, so to say it’s “nonsense” is premature at best; dogs, cats, minks, nonhuman primates, and other zoo animals indeed have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, as these stories point out, and it is not known if they are “reservoirs.” Maybe the CDC, NPR, and MayoClinic stories are just fear-mongering, like a lot of other stuff out there, but they can’t be dismissed without an honest discussion.
    https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/coronavirus/expert-answers/can-pets-get-coronavirus/faq-20486391
    https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/animals.html
    https://www.npr.org/2021/03/16/975405670/zoo-vaccinates-apes-to-protect-both-animals-and-humans-from-covid-19
    F— says, “People are advocating inoculating the public against the virus, as they used to do against smallpox.” Pretty much NOTHING about the threats and impositions by the pro-tyranny crowd are anything like “they used to do against smallpox.”
    F— should listen to more than the first minute or so of the video and try to remove his baked on helmet against knowledge before he does so.

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