A Mayo Clinic-trained medical expert says the so-called “vaccines” against COVID-19 aren’t really effective because they are made to address the virus as it previously was, not as it is now.
It’s because the coronavirus mutates, according to Dr. Ryan Cole, a pathologist who has dealt with thousands of COVID cases in recent months.
He was interviewed on the Steve Deace Blaze TV show online.
Deace posed questions about the extremely inconsistent results from around the globe.
For example, in Israel, 80% of adults are vaccinated, yet year-to-year cases are up 130% and deaths there are up 56%.
Iceland is 77% vaccinated but cases now are 677% higher than a year ago. Norway is 66% vaccinated and cases are up 1,067%. But in Malta, cases are down 10% from a year ago.
Cole explained that the inconsistencies and randomness come because the vaccine really isn’t a vaccine; it’s more of a “therapy.”
A true vaccine would “allow one to be immune,” he said. “We’re not seeing that.”
What would be good to implement are the “drugs that shall not be named,” Cole explained, as “prevention protocols.”
The government and its media allies have for more than a year now tried to suppress access to and information about products like ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine which have been shown to reduce the impact of COVID-19.
With the existing programs to withheld treatments for COVID, and push “vaccines,” Cole explained, both the vaccinated and unvaccinated get sick.
“Early treatment saves lives in both of those groups,” he said.
The viral mutations, however, prevent any developed vaccine from being fully effective, because it was made to address a previous rendition of the bug.
“What we have done is obviously made a shot that was partially effective … but these boosters are the wrong protection for the wrong virus,” he explained.
The “science” of the coronavirus confirms its ongoing “mutational drift,” he said.
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