Here she goes again. Columnist Froma Harrop appears on the opinion page with more hate filled, divisive blather. Her blind hatred for Americans who have chosen not to get the mRNA vaccine is disheartening at the very least.
This woman apparently believes the unvaccinated are solely at fault for the continuing spread of the virus. She claims her comments are based on “the science” and truth, ignoring the fact that vaccinated people are also getting sick with the virus and spreading it! She claims there is, “rising public anger at the minority (unvaccinated) that keeps the pandemic going.”
Maybe she could help calm people down by not spreading false and divisive information.
Harrop tells the story of a young woman in her 30s who chose not to get the mRNA vaccine and now suffers from a disabling inflammatory disease after contracting the COVID virus. She goes on to say, “Her 10-month old baby came down with COVID-19, most likely passed from her.”
It appears that she believes that this poor woman brought her condition on herself by not getting the jab! She goes on to say that she agrees with “a leading science writer who said, “for her not to get vaccinated is child abuse.”
Such lack of empathy! When are people going to realize that people like this columnist and her so-called “leading science writer” are nothing more than hacks? They ignore science in favor of a hate-filled, divisive political agenda. Consider these facts:
¯ The mRNA vaccines are not vaccines as we have known them. They are experimental and long term effects are not known.
¯ The vaccines have been allowed under Emergency Use Authorization. These vaccines have not undergone proper trials nor have they been approved by the FDA.
¯ Since the beginning of this pandemic, people have been left totally untreated and told to go home and come back to the hospital when they are near death! The experts have recommended no treatment at all even when repurposed drugs like Ivermectin have worked. Strangely, these treatments are still ignored in favor of doing nothing at all!
¯ The ever-changing “guidance” defies common sense and has caused great distrust in our government and the so-called “experts” and especially in our political leaders.
¯ Commonly reported symptoms caused by the mRNA vaccine are soreness, fatigue, myalgia, headache, chills, fever, joint pain, nausea, muscle spasm, sweating, dizziness, flushing, brain fogging, anorexia, localized swelling, decreased sleep quality, itching, tingling, diarrhea, nasal stuffiness and palpitations. (CDC) suggest that anaphylactic reactions to the mRNA vaccine occur more frequently compared with other vaccines.
When you read studies done one the mRNA vaccine you will find a common refrain: there are limited data and literature on the side effects of the mRNA vaccine that focus specifically on a detailed review of organ systems, and the rate of occurrence of symptoms after receipt of this vaccine.
I would just like to note there are still Americans who believe in their right to make their own decisions with regard to their health and what is injected into their bodies. Her self-righteous opinion is tolerated but not welcomed by freedom loving Americans. She should learn about The Nuremberg Code. It was put in place after World War II so that the horrible medical experiments done on innocent people by the Nazis would never happen again.
The code states, “The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential.
This means that the person involved should have legal capacity to give consent; should be so situated as to be able to exercise free power of choice, without the intervention of any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress, over-reaching, or other ulterior form of constraint or coercion; and should have sufficient knowledge and comprehension of the elements of the subject matter involved, as to enable him to make an understanding and enlightened decision. … The duty and responsibility for ascertaining the quality of the consent rests upon each individual who initiates, directs or engages in the experiment. It is a personal duty and responsibility which may not be delegated to another with impunity.”
Tim Stockman is a South Dayton resident.