Florida’s Surgeon General ranted during a press conference criticizing vaccines like COVID-19, calling them dangerous despite support from most doctors.
Joseph Ladapo, a longtime opponent of masks, stood next to Gov. Ron DeSantis to administer the latest vaccine, which is expected to be available this month.
“There’s basically no evidence of it,” Ladapo said at a “Mandate Freedom” news conference in Jacksonville.
“These new COVID-19 RNA vaccines include the fact that they actually cause heart injury in many people… call it subclinical myocarditis, its clinical significance is really unknown,” he said, referring to a condition that medical experts say, It is “very rare.” ”Side effect of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.
The state surgeon also stated that no clinical trials have been conducted on the effects of the new booster in humans, an allegedly false claim.
Ladapo also stated that several studies have shown that vaccines increase an individual’s chances of contracting COVID-19 and said “there are many red flags.”
Joseph Ladapo, a longtime opponent of masking, stood next to Governor Ron DeSantis to take the latest vaccine, which is expected to be available this month.Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/Sipa
Ladapo also stated that several studies have shown that vaccines increase an individual’s chances of contracting Covid-19, saying “there are many red flags.” Paul Hennessy / SOPA Images/Sipa
And while the US Centers for Disease Control, the World Health Organization and most countries around the world promote mRNA COVID-19 vaccines as safe and effective, Ladapo dismissed supporters of vaccines and encouraged people who do not want to get vaccinated to get vaccinated. with his entrails.
Lapado also applauded the governor for opposing experts with “PhDs and MDs” who were pushing for social distancing, mask-wearing and vaccines despite his non-existent experience in the medical field.
“Remember that experience of listening to these very polite people tell you what to think but then hearing inside yourself what makes sense, right? What feels good. You know what the truth feels like,” Lapado said.
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“We are all at different points in our spiritual journey, but we all have that connection on some level. And when they try to convince you to be comfortable and agree with things that you’re not comfortable with and not feel like there are things that you should agree with, that’s a sign… That’s a gift that is something we are endowed with from our Creator.”
COVID-19 hospitalizations have also increased since July, according to CDC data.