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WATCH: Heated Exchange between Sen. Rand Paul & Dr. Anthony Fauci on Vaccines and Royalties

 

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WATCH: Heated Exchange between Senator Rand Paul & Dr. Anthony Fauci on Vaccines and Royalties shown below:



Sen. Rand Paul: "If I give you ten, or if I give a patient ten mRNA vaccines, and they make protein each time or them make antibody each time, is that proof that we should give ten boosters?"

Dr. Anthony Fauci: "No. I think that is somewhat of an absurd exaggeration."

Later in the exchange,

Sen. Rand Paul: "Everybody on the vaccine committee, have any of them ever received money from the people who make vaccines? Can you tell me that?"

Dr. Anthony Fauci: "Are you going to let me answer a question? Soundbite number one. Are you going to let me answer a question?"

Senator Paul in his statement said:

Dr. Fauci the government recommends everybody take a booster over age five are you aware of any studies that show a reduction in hospitalization or death for children who take a booster? 

Fauci quickly responded and said: Right now, there's not enough data that has been accumulated by Senator Paul to indicate that that's the case I believe that the recommendation that was made was based on the assumption that if you look at the morbidity and mortality of children within each of the age groups you know zero to five to eleven.

Senator Paul then said: So, there are no studies and Americans should all know this there are no studies on children showing a reduction in hospitalization or death with taking a booster the only studies that were permitted were the only studies that were presented were antibodies studies. Hence, they say if we give you a booster you make antibodies now a lot of scientists would question whether or not that's proof of the efficacy of a vaccine if I give you 10 or if I give a patient 10 mRNA vaccines. They make protein each time or they make antibodies each time is that proof that we should give 10 boosters Dr. Fauci. Senator Paul asked!

Paul in his complete statement said: So that is the proof that you use your committees use, that's the only proof you have to tell children to take a booster, is that they make antibodies. Hence, it's not an absurdity you're already at like five boosters for people you've had, you know two or three boosters it's like where is the proof now? I think there is probably some indication for older folks that have some risk factors for younger folks, there's not but here's the other thing, there are some risk factors for the vaccine. Hence, the risk of Myocarditis with a second dose for adolescent boys 12 to 24 is about 80 a million this is both to the CDC.

NOTE: We have shared some conversational exchanges between Sen. Paul & Dr. Fauci over here. Kindly please watch the complete video for better knowledge.

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