1..The FDA said that antibodies provided by the vaccines are superior to the antibodies developed from being infected by the virus, providing needed protection that the regular antibodies do not.

But that’s contradicted by empirical study data, Yale University epidemiologist Dr. Harvey Risch told WND.

He pointed to a massive study in Israel finding that people who had tested positive for the novel coronavirus in the previous three or more months had at least as much protection against new infection, hospitalization and death as vaccinated people.

“People become immune by surviving infection,” argued Risch, professor of epidemiology in the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at the Yale School of Public Health and Yale School of Medicine.

In an email to WND, he explained that serum antibodies and T-cell antibodies – the white blood cells that attack infections – demonstrate past history of infection.

“These natural antibodies are proof of past infection,” said Risch. “Past infection is extremely strong evidence of immunity.”.


2…Deaths follow vaccination

On Tuesday, French virologist and Nobel Prize winner Luc Montagnier said that vaccinating a population while a pandemic is ongoing is an “enormous mistake.”

He explained in an interview translated and published by the RAIR Foundation USA that the vaccinations are producing new variants, similar to how viruses adapt to antibiotics.

“You see it in each country, it’s the same: in every country deaths follow vaccination,” he said.

Montagnier called mass vaccination against the coronavirus “unthinkable” and a historical blunder that is “creating the variants” and leading to deaths from the disease.

“It’s an enormous mistake, A scientific error as well as a medical error. It is an unacceptable mistake,” he said. “The history books will show that, because it is the vaccination that is creating the variants.”

3..Irrational’ to vaccinate children

Dr Harvey Risch joined Dr. Peter McCullough, a professor of medicine at Baylor University, on Thursday night in an interview with Fox News host Laura Ingraham.

Both have testified to the U.S. Senate, contending the federal government has politicized cheap, widely available and effective treatments for COVID-19 such as hydroxychloroquine and ivermection.

Asked by Ingraham to comment on Dr. Anthony Fauci’s recommendation in a TV interview this week that children as young as 4 get vaccinated, Risch said it’s “irrational.”

Young children do not get very sick from COVID, they don’t spread the virus, “and they certainly do not die” from it, he argued.

“So, neither they nor the society around them has any interest in vaccinating them,” said Risch.

But they can be harmed by the vaccines, he said, pointing to cases reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System database, or VAERS. Among them were a 15-year-old who had a heart attack, a 2-year-old who died a day after the vaccination and a 6-month-old who died after receiving the vaccine through the mother’s breast milk.