President Joe Biden recently said “protect the vaccinated from the unvaccinated” but there is a huge problem with that statement.
As Ryan McCracken of Mises.org points out, “it is claimed that vaccines are remarkably effective, and that the vaccinated must also be protected from the unvaccinated. How can both claims be true at the same time? They can’t. The idea that vaccinated people are being frequently harmed by the unvaccinated is a complete fabrication, based on the promandate crowd’s own mainstream data.”
This is supported by data provided by Robert Fellner:
The odds of a vaccinated person dying from COVID are 1 in 137,000.
The fatality rate for seasonal flu, meanwhile, is at least 100 times greater than that. The chance of dying in an automobile accident is over 1,000 times greater. Dog attacks, bee stings, sunstroke, cataclysmic storms, and a variety of other background risks we accept as a normal part of life are all more deadly than the risk COVID poses to the vaccinated.
The implications are clear.
“The risk of death to vaccinated people is similar to the risk of having an adverse side effect to the vaccine,” says McCracken. “And as the spokesmen for Big Pharma and the regime never tire of telling us, you shouldn’t care about having an adverse reaction, because it is so very rare and inconsequential.”
“So by that reasoning, vaccinated people shouldn’t worry about getting very ill from covid,” concluded McCracken. “Those cases are just as rare as the so, so rare cases of adverse reaction.”
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