While the media resorts to accusing people of being “anti-vaxxers,” for not wanting to take a fast-tracked coronavirus vaccine, and some have gone so far as to even associate dissenters with being “anti-Semitic,” there are actually 3 very logical fact-based reasons why we should question the safety of a coronavirus vaccine.
1) History Shows That Fast Tracking a Vaccine Can Be Dangerous & Even Deadly
Multiple experts, including those who themselves actually administer vaccines, agree that fast-tracking a vaccine can be very dangerous.
According to immunologist and deputy editor of the journal Science Advances, Dr. Douglas J. Green, fast-tracking a vaccine could potentially be “catastrophic” and should not be rushed. He cites an example from 1966, in which two children actually died from an adverse reaction to a vaccine.
Two other historical examples that help to illustrate the potential danger of fast-tracking a vaccine, is the Cutter incident from 1955 and the mandatory Swine Flu vaccination campaign from 1976.Read More
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