This very misguided post is being circulated on FB. The people posting this are doing so as an insult.
It’s not an insult – it just shows their ignorance.
- There are very credible experts – scientist and doctors who share important information. Just because you haven’t bothered to look into the information doesn’t make our experts any less reliable or important. In fact, during a senate committee hearing on outpatient treatment, the doctors supporting this effort had treated thousands of patients successfully – the one and only doctor opposed had not treated a single covid patient. Who do you think is the expert there?
- How do you know that our “random people” are random – or wrong?
- Our random people include the inventor of mRNA technology, the chief scientist of Pfizer, and multiple virologists and immunologists who have been legitimately involved in treating patients and have grave concerns about the shot.
- When did you first hear of Fauci? He was just as unknown as many of these experts.
- There is tons of credible evidence. You’ve chosen not to bother to ask questions and to simply believe whatever you’re told. We have chosen informed consent.
- Sites with dubious credibility – what sites would those be? Sites like VAERS – vaccine adverse event reporting system?
Instead of trying to insult us – how about taking the time to have a conversation with us about why we believe what we believe and where we actually get the information we have?
PS: If you know me – I’d be happy to talk with you about why I believe what I believe. Chances are, if you shared the conspiracy theory post, you don’t even know what we conspiracy theorists believe.