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    pandemic.warroom.org/2021/04/19/bombshell-60-of-new-covid-patients-are-vaccinated/
    Bombshell: 60% of New Covid Patients Are Vaccinated
    April 19, 2021 by Elizabeth

    A Yale medical doctor says of the new patients diagnosed with the coronavirus, more than half have been vaccinated.
    Dr. Harvey Risch joined War Room to explain the vaccine ?bait and switch? of public health officials, which are using a totally different standard for efficacy than they are letting on.

    ?What clinicians are telling me is more than half of the new covid cases that they?re seeing to treat is people who?ve been vaccinated,? Dr. Risch said. ?They?ve estimated 60 percent of new patients they?ve been treating have been people who?ve been vaccinated.?

    Dr. Risch said the medical establishment is not being honest about the vaccine?s effectiveness because they are pushing everyone into the vaccine pipeline...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LV9m2U9GrzQ
    Last edited by Emily; April 29, 2021, 11:52 PM. Reason: Added Youtube link to interview.
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  • #2
    Listen - here is the truth:

    1) Vaccines are medicine. If you have any questions, contact your medical practitioner.

    2) Vaccines are NOT 100% guaranteed. They do not work for everyone.

    3) Vaccines are only ONE tool in the prevention box.

    4) There are entities on both sides of the debate who want to pull you into their political agenda.

    5) There are entities on both sides of the debate who are trying to sell you stuff.

    6) The COVID-19 pandemic debate is not over. It is still a developing story. Please stay aware of the situation all over the world.


    Please DO NOT take medical advice from the internet. Please contact your medical provider.

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    • Emily
      Emily commented
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      I de-linked that web site above. This has nothing to do with Dr. Risch, he was just a guest, but the ad for 'free' vitamins was charging shipping and I could not find out if it was reasonable. People can find the full article if they want.

  • #3
    THIS IS NOT MEDICAL ADVICE.

    I also wanted to add that as a disclaimer I have received two shots of Moderna.

    I made this decision because I am over 60 and have co-morbidities. I know the risks of taking the vaccine and my assessment for myself is that I would be better off taking the vaccine.

    I chose Moderna because this is what Publix offered at the time of my first shot and it had been around a little longer than the J&J vaccine. I would have taken the Pfizer if available to me for the same logic.

    I know Moderna is not 100% guaranteed. I would be satisfied with 50% effectiveness. I just want an "edge" on COVID-19. I am fine with getting a little sick. I am trying to avoid a severe case or death.

    I also am aware of pressure on social media giants to censor all anti-vaccine talk. This is a BIG mistake. In fact, there should be a public town hall type debate where experts on both sides can debate the argument.

    Respect people by giving them ALL of the information. Bad and good. Anything less is manipulation - and they will know it.



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    • Vibrant62
      Vibrant62 commented
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      I completely agree with this. Moves to pressure companies into removing 'false' content is backfiring badly and just re-enforcing anti vaccine and other conspiracy beliefs. Total transparency is needed, in all quarters in this debate - anything less simply fosters distrust. There are unknowns, and risks associated with the vaccines and these need to be put into context. Instead, companies are to being pressured to react to 'mis-information' that may be posted on their platforms by taking down content, but it may be better if they reacted to specific challenges by asking the poster to provide the substantiating evidence for the subject of their post (i.e a requirement to present both sides of the argument with references - for, and against) rather than simply removing the information. If the originator of that post or video fails to do this they can state that this person / poster has failed to provide substantiation of their claims as requested, therefore this content should be considered to be an opinion piece only that has no evidence to support it. Then provide link to one of the fact checker sites or similar. Removing videos and posts is simply providing 'proof' to people who are doubtful of the evidence that they are in effect 'correct'. Yes this will involve both work and expense, but I believe something like this would be a much more effective way of combatting false information. Additionally, the implications for freedom of speech from current actions are unacceptable in my opinion, and a very slippery slope to go down.

    • Emily
      Emily commented
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      I don't think Dr. Risch is 'anti-vaccine' or a conspiracy theorist so I am not sure why that topic has been brought up. Labeling all opposing views that way is extremism, IMO. People should be able to express their thoughts freely without proving the contrarian's viewpoint or referring to so-called fact-checker websites lest their views be deleted. What you are suggesting, Vibrant, is nothing more than putting lipstick on the pig of censorship.

  • #4
    I think the 60% number might be skewed by vaccinated people having better access to care so Dr. Risch's friends are seeing more of them. Also since high risk people were vaccinated first, those are the people worried about getting COVID so they seek care sooner. 60% sounds bad when only about 25% of the population is vaccinated. If that really represented what is going on then the vaccines might make you more likely to get infected, but I don't think that percentage reflects the actual percentage of COVID cases who are vaccinated.
    Last edited by Emily; April 26, 2021, 02:52 AM. Reason: Typo
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    Ask Congress to Investigate COVID Origins and Government Response to Pandemic H.R. 834

    i love myself. the quietest. simplest. most powerful. revolution ever. ---- nayyirah waheed

    (My posts are not intended as advice or professional assessments of any kind.)
    Never forget Excalibur.

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