When FDA-approved medications are used in appropriate doses for appropriate patients, prescribed by competent physicians, the risks tend to be low, and any benefit should be celebrated. Instead, the medical establishment, media, and regulatory authorities are taking the opposite approach.
After an article in The Atlantic, warning against the use of face masks by children, was shared on Twitter, users of the site reported the post for misinformation. The article was written by a professor of epidemiology.
The deployment of clever linguistic tricks has created a hostile upside-down universe, where even the vaccine-injured are tarnished as 'anti-vaxxers' or liars rather than acknowledged as ex-vaxxers who took risks that turned out to be life-changing.
An Aug. 2 op-ed by the San Francisco Chronicle editorial board suggested we ought to 'make vaccination the price of admission to society.' One way to evaluate the reasonableness of such a proposition is to replace COVID 'vaccination' with anything else.