Ron Paul Believes People Should be Skeptical of Wuhan Virus Vaccine

In an interview with Dan Hicks at Press for Truth, former Congressman Ron Paul stressed the importance for people to “be leery about” the Wuhan virus vaccines that may be rolled out in the near future. Additionally, Paul said that “right now I wouldn’t think there is any indication for anybody to take them” highlighting that “scare tactics” are being used to compel people into taking these vaccines with the intent of protecting themselves against the Wuhan virus.

In the same interview, Paul mentioned that he was one of two members, the other being a doctor like him, who voted against legislation that fast tracked a vaccine in response to the swine flu.

Paul gave his account about what happened when this swine flu vaccine was rushed through:

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.

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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.

In the former congressman and lifelong doctor’s view, the Wuhan virus’ threat is overblown.

He mentioned that many of the deaths attributed to the Wuhan virus are elderly people, above all, people living in nursing homes, who have multiple diseases. Paul also laid out that 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,” asserted Paul with regards to the number of Wuhan virus deaths. He even argued that more people have contracted the Wuhan virus than the official reports indicate. Paul believes that “probably millions of people” have contracted the Wuhan virus, Paul argues that the percentage of people who caught the virus and died as a result “is probably very, very small.”

Paul stressed that the decision of whether to take the vaccine or not should be up to individuals, who can potentially discuss an alternative to vaccines with a doctor. He did emphasize that this decision should ultimately not be made by the government.

The video can be watched here.

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