This is my point entirely — if you haven’t had someone you know die or become debilitated by a vaccine, then that sounds like a reasonable point of view. It makes no sense to argue which is worse — potentially getting a terrible disease or potentially suffering a terrible side effect. It shouldn’t be an either/or choice. We already know that certain mitochondrial abnormalities are not a good mix with vaccines. So why aren’t they working on ways to determine if those are present before someone gets injured? Why aren’t they studying what is actually taking place when a bad reaction occurs? This is where the focus of this question really ought to lie.

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