3/4/2021 Dr. Ryan N. Cole: The COVID Vaccines Lack Both Long-Term Proven Safety and Effectiveness and May Lead to ADE
3/4/2021 Dr. Ryan N. Cole: The COVID Vaccines Lack Both Long-Term Proven Safety and Effectiveness and May Lead to ADE The demand for the COVID vaccine was made up by creating scarcity. However, these vaccines do not fall under the definition of creating pure immunity and preventing transmission - if you are immune after an injection, why in the world would you still have to wear masks and keep practicing social distancing? That is therefore an admission that they do not know that it is a vaccine. The long-term safety data for the COVID vaccines is not available, and my biggest concern is that the vaccines may cause antibody dependent enhancement reaction (ADE).
Safety Concerns about COVID-19 Vaccines
According to Jerusalem Post and ZeroHedge, two participants died in Pfizer’s COVID vaccine trial. FDA plans to hold a meeting on December 10 to discuss Emergency Use Authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine for the prevention of COVID-19 in individuals 16 years of age and older.
Behind the Pump & Dump of Pfizer’s Stock upon COVID-19 Vaccine Announcement
The way vaccines work is to inject humans with weakened viruses or virus-like substances to train the immune system to produce antibodies. It will take years to find out whether or not the COVID-19 vaccination will cause the ADE effect.