horse dewormerThe one that has had several times longer human testing than covid "vaccine" (counting the untested, "emergency", "manufacturer has no liability but FAT PAYCHECKS" unroll of the last two years as testing), and has been approved for human use for its intended purpose?
(not a new technology like you seem to think)Oh, I absolutely know that mRNA injections aren't new.
suprise suprise, look whats dropped drasticallyNothing? The only places where severity and transmission have dropped are the ones prescribing ivermectin instead of the "vaccine". The vaccinated ones are seeing a resurgence to the level they saw a year ago before any vaccination took place.
no less a reasonable precaution than a measels or flu vaccineSince when measles virus mutates as quickly as flu one? Measles vaccine is actually functional, influenza ones have always been flip of the coin whether they'll work in a given year or not. And flu had several decades of research and testing, so taking the covid vaccine is the opposite of "reasonable precaution", and you better hope you got saline instead.
Pandemic measures DID workAt gimping the economy and destroying small businesses, sure. At stopping the disease, lol no. It proceeded regardless, and ended regardless, just like asian flu, hong kong flu (look them up), swine flu, asian flu, atypical pneumonia…
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