No one is denying their convictions. However, context is key here because you are NOT specifying exactly what they are so confident about. Hence, the reason why I provided you with a link. Perhaps you'd like to reread it to see for yourself just exactly what they are so confident about. Hmm? Go ahead. We're all waiting. Show us where they're so confident that these gene therapies are going to prevent the spread of infection, and provide anyone with immunity. They're confidence is in "lessening symptoms" which doesn't inspire confidence in the science given that they skipped animal trials and went straight to injecting the general population.Yes, I think it is important to refute mischaracterizations of the CDC, WHO, etc. and I did that by posting an extended clip from the CDC document that you linked. That document was an explanation of why the CDC was convinced that the Moderna vaccine was safe and effective against covid.
Again, are you ever going to supply us with any evidence for this baseless claim?The sentence you pulled out gave a completely false impression
At least you can admit that the data is woefully incomplete.of uncertainty and incomplete data
The FDA has yet to approve any of these gene therapies. Contrary to popular delusion, granting the emergency use of experimental gene therapies is not in any way, shape or form an admission of approval. However, this will not necessarily protect the FDA from prosecution if this lawsuit is allowed to proceed.calling into question whether this vaccine and others like it should be used.
No, it has not been proven that they can counter infection with any of these gene therapies. They have all admitted that there is no evidence whatsoever that any of them provide protection from infection or immunity. In fact, the document presented to the FDA by Pfizer admits that viral shedding, aka transmission is possible simply by skin contact or breathing. That's not transmission of the virus, but the effects of the gene therapy itself which is also a blatant violation of the Geneva Convention, e.g. "informed consent, a controlled experiment, etc..And yes, it is important to counter virus infections in asymptomatic people, as those people can easily spread virus to other, more susceptible people.