To Vax or Not to Vax - "A Personal Choice"
CURE America: Episode 59
It’s been more than 19 months since we first learned that our nation was in a worldwide pandemic, the Coronavirus -19, that has now caused the death of more than 677,000 Americans and almost 5 million people worldwide.
Just as we felt we were on the road to recovery, the Delta variant sent President Joe Biden’s declaration of a “summer of freedom” into a summer of an alarming round of highly contagious new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. Yet, Biden’s mandated vaccinations and relentless shame and blame of the unvaccinated is having the opposite effect of what he intended. And now the concerns of taking the vaccination from African Americans are hitting the headlines. Anyone who dares to even ask about the side effects of the vaccine gets cancelled or shamed. Yet there are a lot of questions people of all races and ages and affiliations have about the vaccine, and the rush into it.
On this week’s episode of CURE America, we discuss the vaccines and the mandates and what we should do in light of all the confusing information from medical experts and politicians.
First, we speak with a medical doctor, Robin Armstrong, who practices internal medicine in Texas and is an owner of the Armstrong Medical Group, a group of hospital and nursing home physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. We will talk in depth with him and a great panel of experts including Horace Cooper, Senior fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research and co-chairman of the Project 21; Richard Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government, and Roger Severino, Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center.