As you may know, I believe Anthony Fauci is a war criminal given that the battle against the coronavirus is a war.
He’s not a stupid man; indeed, he’s a very clever man.
He knows how to construct his comments to give himself wiggle room.
I was watching a video of him talk about the Moderna trials ongoing in the development of a coronavirus vaccine.
He spoke about Phase Two in which we were looking to see if there were side effects of the vaccine. He then stated that we were going to conduct Phase Three to see if the vaccine works. Very carefully he threw in the fact that we were getting other information as well.
The principal impression that he left though was that Phase Two demonstrated that there were no significant side effects to the vaccine and that Phase Three was to see if the vaccine worked.
I couldn’t disagree more.
Phase Two only had 45 patients in the study.
I hardly find that a sufficient number of people to study in order to determine if there are significant side effects.
I can’t answer for sure if they’re going to look hard at side effects in Phase Three; I certainly hope so.
But how hard will they look?
If they spend the majority of their time on whether the vaccine works while giving short shrift to side effects, then we are in big trouble.
We need to know for sure if there are any significant side effects.
If only one in 15,000 people have their pancreas wiped out by this vaccine, that will produce a morbidity rate of 6,666 for every 100 million people vaccinated.
That seems high, especially if the vaccine proves not to be effective.
Now, they are betting all their chips on the development of neutralizing antibodies to the S-2P immunogen which is the protein on the virus that they believe facilitates entry into the cell.
But there may be a hell of a lot more to COVID-19’s ability to attack than the S-2P immunogen.
And there is a hell of a lot more to immunity than neutralizing antibodies.
Indeed, there’s a lot to long-term immunity that we just don’t now.
I’m very concerned about the safety of this proposed vaccine. I become even more concerned when very clever man like Dr. Anthony Fauci promote the vaccine and don’t take an evenhanded approach toward it.
We don’t need cheerleaders.
Dr. Fauci should be more skeptical. He should be more neutral.
It seems to me that he has made up his mind.
Given the political nature of this disease, I would say it’s a lock that a vaccine will be put out by the government come January.
For those of you who think that we are safe just because the government says so, I will ask you to do an Internet search on Bernice Eddy.
What she discovered in 1954 is that Cutter Laboratories of California had manufactured an inactivated polio vaccine in which was present the active polio virus. She reported this to her superiors, but her report was either ignored or not passed on. Subsequently many people were given this vaccine. Several people died, and many people contracted polio.
Trust in the government can be a big roll of the dice.
Archer Crosley, MD
Wednesday, August 5, 2020
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