My simple calculation on Covid and the vaccine

It’s pretty simple:

  1. I don’t want to take an experimental vaccine, where the makers of it are protected from all legal liability and repercussions. If there is any worse disincentive for a manufacturer of anything to do the right thing, holding them harmless of any blame is the worst.
  2. This vaccine is still experimental, and the reported adverse effects are way beyond the norm of what is acceptable for vaccines.
  3. As of August 4, 2021, the vaccine has been shown to be less than 95% effective as it was originally touted to be (way less), now that the delta variant is the majority here in the US. And vaccinated people are now just as likely as unvaccinated people to transmit the virust, perhaps even more because they’re asymptomatic. This confirms to me that the vaccine has lost its effectiveness. If that’s the case, why take it and still be at risk for catching Covid, especially if there are possible consequences from the vaccine?
  4. If I do happen to catch Covid, I have my treatment course of Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin ready to go, along with the protocols for treatment.
  5. With a recovery rate well over 95%, I know that even with my hypertension, I am at low risk of dying from Covid.
  6. And, if I do recover, then there is built in and durable natural immunity. That way, I won’t have to rely on a leaky non-sterile vaccine to protect me (which it doesn’t, btw).

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