We recently hosted an exclusive webinar on 3 facts to consider before getting a COVID-19 shot. The question was raised, "Do we need to be as worried about COVID-19 as we are?" In other words with a very low infection fatality rate (IFR), why are we this worried?
The 3 facts mentioned in the webinar are:
Fact #1: The COVID-19 shot is NOT an approved vaccine.
By definition, it is an experimental biological agent that causes genetic engineering in the recipient that leads to an autoimmune reaction. It's ok to be an earlier adopter or choose to be part of drug trials, just know that's what you're choosing if you get the experimental vaccine.
Fact #2: There are known current complications to the experimental vaccine as well as potential unknown future complications.
With current complications of neurological disorders, and potential risks of hyper-reactivity when reexposed to the virus, and potential increased risks of cancer and other unknowns, we encourage people to count the risks before making any decisions.
Fact #3: There are known effective therapies for COVID-19 infections and things we can do to decrease our chances of contracting the virus.
The current societal mindset is, "If I'm exposed at all, I'm going to get COVID-19, and then I'm going to get blood clots, it's going to ruin my lungs, and I'm going to die for sure. Therefore, I'm going to avoid physical contact with anyone, stand 6-feet apart from people I love, wear a mask everywhere and reduce my oxygen intake, and walk around scared to death because there's nothing I can do about this." Nothing could be further from the truth.
Instead of being stuck in fear and being pushed around by propaganda and social conditioning, we recommend the following:
- Calm down
- Look at the data (this has a very low infection mortality rate)
- Think for yourself and your family
- Be reasonable
- Boost your immune system with chiropractic adjustments
- Pray and meditate regularly
- Enjoy your life again!
If you do contract COVID-19,
- Get chiropractic adjustments often to keep your immune system as strong as possible (see the history of the 1918 Spanish Influenza research)
- Consider asking your doctor about anti-malarial medications that have been proven safe and effective over the years for SARS viruses. If not, click here for some doctors that may be willing to see you remotely.
We finished the webinar with questions you can ask your doctor before agreeing to receive the experimental vaccine.
AFTER THE WEBINAR, WE GOT SOME EMAILS FROM PEOPLE. WE THOUGHT IT MIGHT BE PRUDENT TO POST SOME OF OUR ANSWERS PUBLICALLY.