I am probably just on your mailing list.
Newswars is an Alex Jones site. I would in no way consider this site to be a reliable source.
As for the merits of the article:
We all have viruses in us, probably all the time as some of these are continuously kept in check by our immune system, and they inject into our cells either DNA or RNA. The DNA version alters the genetic material of the cell or at least replaces part of it. The RNA version works by the same mechanism that the vaccine does.
The RNA vaccine "gives our cells instructions for how to make a harmless protein that is unique to the virus." (https://www.cdc.gov/
The writer makes a number of speculative statements that are not supported and are very questionable. Compared to having a full-blown case of COVID-19, which can do enormous damage to your body, the mechanism of the vaccine is going to be far milder. People who have gotten COVID-19 and recovered often had serious medical problems lasting months. Although we may not know the long term effects of the vaccine, we also don't know the long term effects of COVID-19.
Given the rate at which COVID spreads, we are all going to get the disease eventually, possibly in the very near future, unless we get vaccinated first. It is a choice of the vaccine or COVID.
On Thu, Jan 7, 2021 at 7:12 PM wrote:
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