Monday, October 4, 2021

KV - Robert W Malone is Stark Raving Mad

 And his antivax followers.

Robert W Malone - who says he's the inventor of the mRNA vaccines, which isn't true, he just did some research on it - is bonkers - and his crazed antivax followers are too. 

The AntiVaxxers think that this BBC video about young people with serious heart conditions, that if left undiagnosed could kill them, is really a cover for the sudden deaths that they say are being caused by the Covid vaccinations. They are saying that the public is being prepared to accept these deaths. 

The BBC video 


lastgreek said...

Here's another stark raving mad example:

The pro-covid party (aka MAGA, aka Rep. party) received more than 70 millions votes in last year's U.S. elections.

Can't beat... Oh wait!

So, supposing we hit the body with a tremendous - whether it's ultraviolet or just very powerful light [the dumbest of the dumb turning to Dr Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response co-ordinator],and I think you said that hasn't been checked but you're going to test it.

And then I said, supposing you brought the light inside of the body, which you can do either through the skin or in some other way. And I think you said you're going to test that too. Sounds interesting.

-- the dumbest of the dumb (aka the 45th president of the United States!)

Peter Pan said...

Sometimes teenagers die of heart trouble after taking a vaccine.
Sometimes old people die of old age after catching a cold.

Get used to it!

lastgreek said...

Thing is that misinformed/stupid people who refuse to take the vaccine have a much higher likelyhood of hospitalization/death due to covid compared to the vaccinated.

Get used to it!

lastgreek said...

Correction: "a much, much, much, much, give or take a 'much', higher likelyhood", not "a much higher likelihood."

Peter Pan said...

Average age of death "with" Covid is equivalent to life expectancy.
Death "from" Covid is rare.
Death "from" Covid at a young age is really rare.

Will you be having a booster with your steak?

Andrew Anderson said...

Will you be having a booster with your steak? Peter Pan

What if declining antibody titers are a feature, not a bug of the immune system wrt this virus?

But thanks to KV and others, I reckon we'll find out.

Ahmed Fares said...

Here's Why You Don't Need to Worry About Waning COVID-19 Antibodies

All three of the vaccines available in the U.S. code the body to produce the spike protein, and then the body produces a really strong immune defense by producing B and T cells, Gandhi explained. “Yes, the antibodies will wane because we don’t want our blood to be thick with all the antibodies to all the diseases we’ve ever seen in the world, but the B cells, with the help of the T cells, will ramp up those antibodies when needed.

So, even though antibodies are only one part of the immune equation, why have we placed so much emphasis on them? The answer lies in testing.

“It’s a lot easier to take blood and measure the antibody levels than it is to find and track these elusive, specialized cells,” Pepper said.

There is only one commercially available test for T cell analysis at the moment, making antibodies the most accessible yardstick for immune response.

Peter Pan said...

Antibodies are the last line of defense. Your immune system routinely wins battles you never notice.