Rand Paul Says What We’re All Thinking About Coronavirus

When the experts who were tasked with handing us scientific data only offer up political jargon to fulfill agendas, society gets confused and unsure about which direction it must go. Faith in these groups go down to nothing, and these experts only do more harm.

Luckily, we have Kentucky Senator Rand Paul.

Paul has been a voice of reason through the terrible ordeal of COVID-19. Even when he was hitting out against the scientists or even mainstream ideas, he was always using hard facts to do so. It is through his study and research that we have been able to get past the curtain these agenda-focsed “scientists” have placed in front of us.

Senator Paul has been watching the numbers, and while people like Dr. Fauci keep attempting to force the vaccine onto everyone, Paul has given us some really good news.

According to the numbers, we have reached herd immunity, and coronavirus is now over.

Talking to Dan Bongino, the senator discussed many things about the virus, including supporting former CDC Director Robert Redfield’s opinion that it’s very likely that coronavirus was made in a lab.

“When you look at coronavirus, it does not even infect bats easily., said Paul. “It doesn’t infect other animals. They looked at 80,000 animals at Wuhan. None of them could catch coronavirus or were positive for the virus. But it seems like it is well-suited for humans. This is more evidence that it came from a lab.”

“This might be the largest scientific error that Fauci made so far and keeps making., said the senator. “He’s totally discounting natural immunity – which you get after you have had an infection. All of the studies, and I stress that ‘all,’ of them show that you do get immunity.”

“But if you ignore that, then Fauci says, ‘Oh no, we don’t have enough vaccinations.’ Now we need mandates on children getting vaccinated, even though they do not get sick from COVID often and they almost never die. He wants to force the vaccine without taking into account people’s natural immunity., Paul said.

The senator then stressed that more than 100 million people have had coronavirus and around 200 million have got vaccinated, equating to almost the entire population within America.

“It’s enough to get to herd immunity., said Paul. “And if you look at the daily numbers, the incidents have went down to almost nothing, deaths are reaching zero.”

“We are over this., said Paul. “We have reached herd immunity, and so I do not believe there is any reason to be forcing kids to get vaccinated, but it all comes from Fauci not taking into account the science that proves we have natural immunity after an infection.”

Author: Scott Dowdy