Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph A. Ladapo, Ph.D., set the record straight on the media’s COVID-19 hysteria campaigns since the onset of the pandemic, also explaining his stance against vaccine mandates. (scroll for video)
“You remember when people were telling you that these vaccines would stop transmission and the rates of protection were greater than 90%? … Well, you know, guess what, here we are about 10 months afterward and we’re finding that the data is showing that some of these vaccines, the protection from infection is less than 40%.
And even less than that, for some of them … As we now know, these vaccines are not preventing transmission. So sure, they reduce the likelihood of transmission, and even that is sort of questionable, depending on how far out you go. But they’re not preventing it.
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So this idea that you know, I’ve heard some leaders say things like, we’ll create safe workplaces, by mandating these vaccines … Well, they’re really decoupled, because the infections can still happen, whether people were vaccinated or not. I mean, that’s very obvious, you know. And you remember these people were also telling you that all these breakthrough infections were rare. Well, they’re obviously not rare. In fact, they’re common.
And so and so that’s the truth … So this idea that the vaccine mandates are needed to create safe workplaces is a complete lie. It’s continued to be repeated and you should know that it’s not at all backed up by science. In fact, the science says something that’s completely the opposite and that’s the fact.”
“Part of the reason that people are not comfortable, some people are not comfortable with these vaccines is because of the climate of dishonesty, scientific dishonesty, about the science, right? … Whether it’s natural immunity, denial of that in the face of data, or in the case of the vaccines, open, honest discussions about both effectiveness and safety. There’s been dishonesty around that.”
Well said, Dr. Ladapo.