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Ron Paul: People ‘Should Be Leery About’ a Coronavirus Vaccine

Ron Paul warns that people “should be leery about” coronavirus vaccines that may come out.

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Authored by Adam Dick via The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity:

Ron Paul, in a Monday interview with host Dan Dicks at Press for Truth, warns that people “should be leery about” coronavirus vaccines that may come out. Further, says Paul, a doctor and former United States House of Representatives member, “right now I wouldn’t think there is any indication for anybody to take them,” noting that “scare tactics” are being used to pressure people into thinking they should take such potential vaccines to protect against coronavirus.

Paul supports this conclusion by stressing in the interview the potential danger of a vaccine as well as the overstated threat from coronavirus.

Regarding the potential danger from a coronavirus vaccine, Paul discusses at the beginning of the interview how, in 1976 in his first week as a House member, Paul was one of only two members, both doctors, who voted against legislation that helped rush through a vaccine in response to swine flu. Paul describes the results of the push for people to take the swine flu vaccine as follows:

They rushed the vaccine through. The vaccine was not properly made. It had nothing to do with the virus that was out there, so it saved nobody’s life from it. It caused a lot of harm. More people ended up dying from the inoculation than died from the flu that year. And that sort of was a lesson, like that’s a little bit too extreme. But, that’s about what happens when governments get involved and you do things for political reasons.

There was also, because a lot of people ended up getting the vaccine, I think there were like 50 people or more who got Guillain-Barré syndrome, which is temporary total paralysis and you can die from it but most of them did get better. But, it was a very, very serious complication of a viral injection, you know, a vaccine.

Paul also discusses in the interview the overstated danger from coronavirus that is being used to scare people to take actions including to potentially take a coronavirus vaccine.

Paul notes that many of the people whose deaths have been blamed on coronavirus are elderly people, including people living in nursing homes, who have multiple other diseases. Further, explains Paul, doctors have “been instructed by [the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] and other politicians that, when the doctors sign the death certificate, if [patients] have four different things but they happen to have a positive test for the virus that is to be put down as the major cause of death.” “The numbers mean nothing,” concludes Paul regarding the daily tabulation of coronavirus deaths.

In addition, Paul explains that many more people than officially recorded have contracted coronavirus. Some of these individuals never became sick. Others got better without any treatment, says Paul, pointing to his son Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) as an example. While Rand Paul was given a test that confirmed he had coronavirus, most people who have had coronavirus and suffered no to minor medical problems have not been tested. With “probably millions of people” having contracted coronavirus, Paul concludes that the percentage of people who have contracted coronavirus and have died as a result “is probably very, very small.”

While Paul says he would choose not to take a vaccine for the coronavirus should one appear next week even if people claim it is 99 percent effective, he says that the decision to take or not take a vaccine is one that should be made by each individual, who can discuss the vaccine alternative with a doctor. Absolutely, Paul concludes, that decision should not be made by government.

Watch here Paul’s complete interview, in which he also discusses how government actions taken in the name of fighting coronavirus are harming the economy and his support for people speaking out for ending coronavirus-justified encroachments on freedom:


The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of this site. This site does not give financial, investment or medical advice.

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Sally Snyder
Sally Snyder
April 16, 2020

As shown in this article, the United States government has recently granted potential COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers a massive favour:

Thanks to Andrew Cuomo, 19.5 million New Yorkers are now potential lab rats for Big Pharma with no recourse should the cure prove to be worse than the disease.

Olivia Kroth
Reply to  Sally Snyder
April 17, 2020

Big business, big money, high number of death-rate!

April 17, 2020

Let’s see, who (no pun intended) do I trust more to give me an honest evaluation, Ron Paul or Anthony Fauci?

Olivia Kroth
April 17, 2020

Yes, Ron Paul, people should be leery about a vaccine, especially when it comes from the man-killing monster Gates.

Paul Martin
Paul Martin
May 10, 2020

The reason that Trump has said CV will go away without a vaccine is that both Chloroquine and HydroCQ are effective in not only treating and curing coronaviruses in general — but also work as prophylactics — so NO vaccines will even be necessary. Also huge: this was already reported back in 2005, Fauci knew it even then… It means: take it and you’re done. Otherwise, the “standard” flu vaccine hasn’t changed anything, because it has no impact on a non-immunizing disease: the change of seasons that takes care of it. Dr. Didier Raoult has already explained that very well.… Read more »

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