This is one video that keeps getting deleted off YouTube for “violating community guidelines” (whatever that means). I’ll try to maintain a working embed on this site (or I’ll upload a copy of it myself); otherwise check out the links below for more uploads on other sites.
“I would suggest we still have a problem because we are doing things that are not useful.”Dr. Dan Stock
Doctor Dan Stock is a family physician trained in immunology and inflammation. He essentially accuses the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) and the State of acting out of ignorance with their regulations and not bothering to stay up-to-date with the science.
Coronavirus, like all respiratory viruses, is spread by aerosol particles that are small enough to pass through any mask. You cannot make these viruses go away, as history has shown, they circulate all year long and can reside in animal reservoirs that are obviously not under quarantine (COVID-19 supposedly came from bats, remember?).
“Why are we doing things about this that we didn’t do for the common cold, influenza or respiratory syncytial virus?”Dr. Dan Stock
Doctor Stock basically then goes on to say that the application of “vaccines” in this case have been applied inappropriately and that is why we are seeing a surge of Winter-time illnesses during the Summer — a result of antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE).
“No vaccine prevents you from getting infection — you get infected, you shed pathogen — this is especially true of viral respiratory pathogens, you just don’t get symptomatic from it. So you cannot stop spread, you cannot make these numbers that you’ve planned on get better by doing any of the things you’re doing, because that is the nature of viral respiratory pathogens. And you can’t prevent it with a vaccine because they don’t do the very thing you are wanting them to do.”Dr. Dan Stock
Anyway, I’ll leave it at that. Definitely watch the whole video — he talks fast and packs a lot into that six-and-a-half minutes.
Doctor Stock references an outbreak in Barnstable County where 75% of cases were vaccinated. Here is that article: https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/70/wr/mm7031e2.htm
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