People around the world are finally waking up to misinformation and disinformation.

It’s absolutely sickening how much there is out there, but one of my biggest problems with our media organizations like CNN or Facebook for example-is their censorship on alternative information by not allowing us  to even share or access other information that goes against the mainstream narrative because “the science is settled”.

If someone tells you that, they’re an idiot. The science is not settled. That statement alone in anti-science because science changes as we learn more. Doctors used to recommend certain cigarettes. We used to spray kids with DDT. And both of these were condoned by “the science”.

Really though, just think about it. If there was misinformation or disinformation about something, all that would need to be done is to provide reasoning and proof that what they’re saying is false, and why what you’re saying is true along with evidence. This is how logic works, but sadly much of the world has abandoned logic.

Now, that may not be enough to convince someone of your position on the matter, but that’s out of your hands. You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink. The same thing goes with an idiot; you can give them the real facts and evidence, but you can’t make him believe it.

Here is some more evidence for your consideration on the important matter at hand…

A report in Taiwan recently showed that there have been more people who have died from the vaccine than from the virus itself. This has been reported by NTD News as well as the Chinatimes.

 

 

So as of the time of this writing, there have been more deaths after people were vaccinated than those who have actually died from the virus itself in Taiwan. I just wonder what our real numbers in the United States looks like. Where do they keep this data and why don’t they talk about it?

As I’ve said before, do your due diligence and make your own decision on the vaccine. Get it if you want it and believe it will keep you safer, because it might. On the other hand, if you don’t feel like it’s for you, you have the right to make that decision as well…at least you used to.

Daniel

Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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