Please Watch Senator Ron Johnson's Roundtable COVID-19 Vaccine Roundtable
This presentation synopsizes all of the issues that have been discovered in the last two years and I would highly recommend sharing it with those who are on the fence about the vaccines.
Ron Johnson is hosting a live roundtable discussion in Washington DC right now. He was able to assemble an incredible group of people to speak here. I would highly recommend watching this presentation (it is presently live, but you can also rewind to the start of it). The content and people are excellent, and from watching this presentation, it is remarkable and inspiring to see how far we have all gone in bringing this message forward in the last two years. Now that the presentation ended, it can be viewed at the link below (it starts at 6:24)
Please support this message by tuning into the livestream and joining the commentators!
For those of you who cannot access the livestream, it can also be viewed with the CHD here.
Although many are understandably cynical about the progress this movement is making as far too little has happened now, I in contrast feel we’ve made remarkable progress against entrenched interests that I’ve never seen yield in my lifetime. One of the most encouraging signs I saw came from polling results that were released on the same day as Senator Johnson’s roundtable.
For context, this poll shows that the majority of the country now has doubts about the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines and almost half do not believe they are effective in preventing COVID-19. Throughout my entire life, vaccine safety has always been a fringe issue very few members of the population question, so this change is quite frankly, historic.
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I rarely donate to politicians, however I did send Ron Johnson some $$ this year, due to his work exposing the vaccine issues. I'm glad he won reelection.
"As a physician who has vowed to do no harm, my opinion is we should not mandate harm." - Dr. Kirk A. Milhoan MD, Pediatric Cardiologist