Alan Keyes talks about vaccines and Trump with the Health Ranger Mike Adams – Brighteon.TV
Alan Keyes of "Let's Talk America" talks about vaccines and the ongoing Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in his show. The Health Ranger Mike Adams joined Keyes on the Oct. 4 edition
of his Brighteon.TV
program. They touch on the the history behind the COVID-19 vaccines and how former President Donald Trump has fallen into the trap of approving the vaccines.
Keyes, a former State Department
official during the Reagan administration, lauds Adams for the work he has put in during the whole COVID-19 crisis. He then turns his focus on Project Veritas's recent expose
about natural immunity being superior than vaccine-induced immunity.
The group revealed on Oct. 4 a video of Pfizer scientist Nick Karl admitting that antibodies following a bout of COVID-19 infection are better than the ones produced after vaccine injection. The video serves as the latest in Project Veritas
's series of investigations on the COVID-19 vaccines.
"When somebody is naturally immune, they probably have more antibodies against the virus. When you actually get the virus, you're going to start producing antibodies against multiple pieces of the virus. So, your antibodies are probably better at that point than the [COVID-19] vaccination," Karl tells a Project Veritas
undercover journalist. (Related: Senator Ron Johnson: Health agencies are ignoring natural immunity from COVID-19
Adams says: "People are seeing there's a great awakening taking place – [with] undercover videos of Pfizer employees admitting that natural immunity is vastly superior to vaccine-induced immunity. We know that the vaccine increases the risk of hospitalization and negative outcomes rather than reducing it."
He tells Keyes: "Technically, Alan, we are dealing with the pandemic of the vaccinated
Health Ranger: Trump duped into supporting the vaccine
The "Let's Talk America" host says that health authorities are "trying to act as if they're telling us something that we shouldn't already know." He adds: "When you look at what's actually happening, it looks as if that which was intended for good turns out to be evil – intended for good in the rhetoric that they use."
Keyes also responds to claims that Trump is the "father of the COVID-19 vaccine." He says: "If that is true in some sense, it's true in spite of him, not necessarily because of him."
Adams then shares two thoughts on the matter. The Health Ranger says: "In my view, it's very clear that the entire mission of the White House Coronavirus Task Force was to drive people into vaccines
, period. Every decision was made around that goal."
He mentioned the December 2020 emergency use authorization (EUA) granted by the Food and Drug Administration
(FDA) to the mRNA vaccines by Pfizer and Moderna.
Adams says that the EUAs obtained by those companies were contingent upon the mainstream science journals publishing fraudulent studies against hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin. Those studies have sought to disparage the two treatments as viable drugs for addressing COVID-19, he adds.
"Remember that the EUA cannot be invoked if there is an existing therapeutic that is known to be effective against a current pandemic. So that was part of it," Adams says.
founder believes that National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
(NIAID) Director Dr. Anthony Fauci and National Institutes of Health
(NIH) Director Dr. Francis Collins are responsible for selling the idea of COVID-19 vaccines to Trump.
He explains: "They sold this to Trump as a way to get [his] economy back on track. I think Trump fell for it, and he became an advocate of Operation Warp Speed." (Related: Trump booed at Cullman rally after AGAIN telling supporters to take risky covid vaccines
Adams clarifies that Trump has never supported vaccine mandates. "I know he's backtracking a little bit on that and he never supported vaccine mandates, and that's a very important distinction. [He] supported vaccines as a choice
because he thought it would get the economy back on track," he says.
He also provides context regarding Trump's support of vaccines as a choice. "Remember [that] in 2019, he was very much on track to win the election … but it was stolen from him. So what Trump had foreseen was throughout 2020 and 2021, he wanted the economy to come back roaring with the help of the [COVID-19] vaccine – that's how he got swept into it," the Health Ranger explains.
"Let's Talk America" with Alan Keyes airs from Monday to Friday at 1-3 p.m. on Brighteon.TV
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