Will you get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Savage_Wisdom
The term “vaccine” associated with the COVID-19 shot is a misnomer as it doesn’t meet the medical or legal definition of a vaccine.

The literal definition of vaccine is: a substance used to stimulate the production of antibodies and provide immunity against one or several diseases, prepared from the causative agent of a disease, its products, or a synthetic substitute, treated to act as an antigen without inducing the disease.

The COVID-19 "vaccine"is in fact a gene therapy. It uses synthetic mRNA proteins to alter your DNA. The bigger problem however, is that the COVID-19 "vaccines" are not designed to prevent infection and transmission of COVID-19, only to reduce the severity of the symptoms of COVID-19. In the meantime, you also have the potential of becoming sicker once exposed to the virus, or it may trigger persistent serious side effects.

The problem is that the mRNA the "vaccine" uses is synthetic, which the body sees as “non-self.” This can trigger the production of autoantibodies to attack your own body.

Commonly reported side effects in those who have received the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines have included symptoms that are suggestive of neurological damage.

Since the vaccines began being distributed some of the side effects have included severe allergic reactions including anaphylaxis, seizures and convulsions, persistent headache and migraine, paralysis and sudden death within hours or days.

Experts predict a long-term significant uptick in neurological and neurodegenerative diseases, such as psychosis, Parkinson’s, migraines, Alzheimer's, ALS and sleep disorders. They also believe there will also be a rise in pain syndromes like fibromyalgia, as well as cancers, kidney disease and rheumatoid arthritis, to name a few.

Obviously, we are still in the very early days of studying the COVID-19 shot, and thus any statistics are bound to change.
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2 mo
So in conclution; it's not really a vaccine, you can still get and spread COVID-19, and it comes with a hole host of horrifying side effects that you may or may not get. What good is the "vaccine"? Seems like it's just a placebo with baggage.
2 mo
These are all issues that aren't being talked about. That's what inspired me to post this question. As George Orwell said, "The people will believe what the media tells them they believe."Also: getting a second shot greatly increases your chances of experiencing side effects.
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