Coronavirus vaccine

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A coronavirus vaccine is a vaccine for COVID-19. Through unprecedented efforts and removal of obstacle procedural hurdles by the Trump administration, multiple vaccines were developed, distributed and administered within months of the first discovered case of the virus in the United States. The vaccines developed at "warp-speed" were eventually deemed to be safe and effective, and were provided to the public "free-of-charge."[1]

Criticism

Some believe that the vaccine is the agenda of Leftists, population control types like Bill Gates, and profit-seeking investors who dream for a billion-dollar bonanza. Many within the Deep State stand to profit personally from an untested coronavirus vaccine while inexpensive alternative treatments, such as preventive and early treatment by hydroxychloroquine, are blocked for political reasons having nothing to do with science.[2]

Essentially the coronavirus vaccine became a vehicle for socialists to impose tyranny and disrupt American freedom. Tens of thousands of passengers have been stranded due to senseless mandates required by the government of airlines, which pilots oppose.

Atheistic Great Britain approved a coronavirus vaccine by Pfizer without any public disclosure of its ingredients, its test results, or its adverse effects. In the United States, a 70-year-old priest who participated “in the third and final phase” of a trial of the coronavirus vaccine by Moderna unexpectedly died at home.[3]

Numerous ethical objections to a coronavirus vaccine are being raised by conservatives such as Robert G. Marshall, who was a leader in the Virginia House of Delegates for 26 years. The Honorable Marshall summarizes his analysis as follows:[4]

In a nutshell, then, governments worldwide are considering the following to address Covid-19:
Mandatory vaccination of every person in the world with fast-tracked, never-before-approved vaccines that can alter genes;
Vaccines using tissue from aborted children;
Vaccines developed without animal testing prior to human trials.

Concerned citizens can still weigh in to affect the outcome!

A human fetus. As followed through the liberal "logic" of pro-abortion Democrats, not only can that unborn child be murdered, but that the corpse should not be prohibited from being used for scientific research.

Research use of aborted fetal tissue

Following the CCP virus in the United States and research for a vaccine became rampant, concerns arose over the use of aborted babies' cells,[5] with pro-lifers and Catholic bioethicists opposing the notion.[6] After President Trump banned such amidst the search for coronavirus treatments,[7] many researchers opposed the decision that had been based on moral grounds, falsely[8] claiming along with the lamestream media[9] that it would somehow stifle research. Three pro-abortion House Democrats also sent a letter to Trump admin Alex Azar urging for the removal of the restrictions.[10]

Cause of Blood Disorder

All of the COVID-19 vaccines have been linked to the possible cause of a rare blood disorder:

At least 36 people may have developed a rare blood disorder, known as immune thrombocytopenia (ITP), after taking either Pfizer and BioNTech or Moderna's COVID-19 vaccines, according to a report.[11]

Big Tech censorship

See also: Big Tech

Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of mRNA vaccines, said that LinkedIn deleted his account after he made comments about mRNA COVID-19 vaccines and questioned whether they’re appropriate to give to certain groups of people. “My business pays for linked in premium. I have been deleted,” Malone wrote on Twitter: “Purchased a service from linked in to promote my company. This is very different from the YouTube or Twitter terms. This arbitrary and capricious action has damaged our business, and we deserve to be compensated.”

Malone's personal account was removed without warning or explanation from LinkedIn, a subsidiary of Microsoft, his wife Jill Malone told The Epoch Times. “He was given no notice, no warnings,” she told Just the News. “He has a 10-15 year old account—has never even had a warning. 6,000 followers.”[12]

Previously, YouTube reportedly deleted a video of Malone discussing RNA vaccine risks.<refhttps://www.foxnews.com/media/tucker-carlson-mrna-vaccine-inventor</ref> >According to MSN: "The inventor of mRNA vaccines said 'the government is not being transparent about the risks' of the COVID-19 vaccine after YouTube deleted a video where he discussed potential risks for young adults and teens."[13]

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