Rand Paul Takes A Victory Lap Around 'Snot Nosed Journalists': 'Read The Science'
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul just knocked a few 'snot-nosed journalists' down a few pegs with newly released reports from Harvard and Yale. A newly published medical study found that there is no need in vaccinating those who have had Covid previously. The study concludes that natural immunity has a ' longer-lasting and stronger protection against infection'.
Making vaccine passports an unnecessary and 'immoral and a massive government overreach'.
Paul, who has virtually said the same thing from the beginning took a well-deserved victory lap around those who have mocked him.
Paul tweeted, "To every snot-nosed “journalist” who accosted me in the halls of Congress and spouted Fauci-isms denigrating natural immunity— read the science! Harvard Epidemiologist Says the Case for COVID Vaccine Passports Was Just Demolished - FEE"
To every snot-nosed “journalist” who accosted me in the halls of Congress and spouted Fauci-isms denigrating natural immunity— read the science!
Harvard Epidemiologist Says the Case for COVID Vaccine Passports Was Just Demolished - FEE https://t.co/cAFhE6O8JO
— Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) August 30, 2021
A newly published medical study found that infection from COVID-19 confers considerably longer-lasting and stronger protection against the Delta variant of the virus than vaccines.
“The natural immune protection that develops after a SARS-CoV-2 infection offers considerably more of a shield against the Delta variant of the pandemic coronavirus than two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, according to a large Israeli study that some scientists wish came with a ‘Don’t try this at home’ label,” the Scientific American reported Thursday. “The newly released data show people who once had a SARS-CoV-2 infection were much less likely than vaccinated people to get Delta, develop symptoms from it, or become hospitalized with serious COVID-19.”
Put another way, vaccinated individuals were 27 times more likely to get a symptomatic COVID infection than those with natural immunity from COVID.
Taking away the rights of a healthy person's ability to travel freely would be a gross abuse of power and according to the evidence provided by both Harvard and Yale—Completely pointless.
Fee concludes, "People who have had COVID already have significantly more protection from the virus than people who’ve been vaccinated. Meanwhile, people who’ve not had COVID and choose to not get vaccinated may or may not be making an unwise decision. But if they are, they are principally putting only themselves at risk."
So, maybe it's time to leave people who have already had Covid alone?