The Qestion Isn’t Why I’m Vaccine Hesitant, The Question Is Why Aren’t You, by Parker Beauregard

It’s time to turn the tables. Give people who wear masks weird looks, and with an incredulous expression ask people who advocate vaccines why on earth anyone would do that. It will be a lot of fun. From Parker Beauregard at

In the last few weeks, there has been a confluence of evidence against the efficacy of vaccines as well as several thoroughly discredited attempts to mislead the American public on alternative treatments for Covid. It is beyond a doubt that corruption within the highest levels of medical and political circles has made a mockery of both truth and science. Similarly, a mockery has been made of millions of naive Americans simply looking for protection and guidance from supposed experts in their fields.

From the beginning, I was hesitant to take this vaccine because:

  • The FDA, CDC, and Big Pharma all ignored seeking cheaper and readily available treatments. This suggests motivation beyond saving lives.
  • The narrative surrounding hydroxychloroquine made no sense at the time, just as the argument against Ivermectin does not make sense. Basically, the thinking goes that it’s better to try an experimental vaccine because it might work and might be safe, but at the same time it’s not okay to try a treatment that has decades of safe use and has shown success in small settings.
  • We knew early on that the survival rate of Covid was on par with the flu, as were its symptoms.
  • It’s actually okay to get sick; in fact, regular exposure to viruses can help develop a stronger immunity.

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