Pandra Selivanov asks why it is so difficult for Americans to find information about why mRNA vaccines weren’t used before COVID-19.
Dick Young writes:
At The American Thinker, Pandra Selivanov explains the chief reason to be fearful of the COVID-19 vaccine, writing:
I voted for Donald Trump twice, but that has nothing to do with my hesitancy to get the vaccine. I’m a Christian, and that has nothing to do with it, either. Even the fact that I had COVID and should be immune doesn’t matter to me. My reason is based on science and science alone.
It’s still an experimental vaccine; it doesn’t have FDA approval; and although mRNA vaccines have been studied for years, they were not used before.
My biggest fear of the vaccine is that I can’t get any information about why mRNA vaccines were not used before COVID. I can Google plenty of information about how wonderful the vaccine is, but I can’t find anything at all about why mRNA vaccines were not approved for human trials before.
Pandra Selivanov is the author of The Pardon, a historical novel about the thief on the cross.
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