Response to Christy Crow's letter to the editor:
There are two sides to a subject with extremely different conclusions. For example, Republicans vs. Democrats; Holy Bible vs. Koran; Fox News vs. CNN News; Israel vs. PLO; prosecuting lawyer vs. defense lawyer; the South's version of the War Between the States vs. the North's version; face masks are necessary to fight COVID-19 vs. face masks do no good; lockdowns work vs. lockdowns do not work; Dr. Fauci has told lies vs. Dr. Fauci is COVID-19 expert; Faye Gaston's reputable news sources vs. Christy Crow's reputable news sources.
I resent being basically called a liar by Christy Crow for my article in the July 21, 2021, Herald, "Shot Heard Around the World." I did quote some sources: Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), Eagle Forum of Alabama; doctors' quotes from America's Frontline Doctors, and Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Christy Crow misquoted me, saying her "preposterous statement that vaccine deaths are higher than COVID-19 deaths in the United States cannot be supported by any reputable news source."
My article actually said, "Vaccine deaths are higher than COVID-19 deaths in the United States THIS PAST WEEK" (July 21, 2021, Herald). I have provided some COVID-19 statistics for Bullock County and Alabama from the Department of Public Health on the front page of the Herald every week.
I have written many articles about COVID-19, the most recent being the new law in Alabama regarding COVID-19 vaccinations announced by Alabama's Attorney General. (July 28, 2021, Herald).
Other headlines are: Vaccinated People are Urged to Continue Wearing Face Masks (Delta Variant) (July 7, 2021, Herald); State of Emergency to End July 6, 2021, Governor Ivey's Press Conference, (June 16, 2021, Herald); Doctors Filed Lawsuit in Alabama Regarding Vaccines for Children; etc. I wrote other articles about the National Guard "sanitizing" the local nursing home and a team of over 80 giving the shots in Union Springs.
Christy Crow wrote that she could not find a news source to support Faye Gaston's figure of "9,195 vaccine deaths." The source written for that figure in my article was the "Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System' (VAERS).
However, as of July 23, 2021, the figure of vaccine deaths is 11,940, as reported by the "National Vaccine Information Center."
There is much information about the vaccine. A recent announcement is that the nasal-swab-up-both nostrils test for COVID-19 is being recalled because it could not tell the difference between COVID-19 and the flu.
The flu deaths numbers were way down this year when thousands die from the flu every year. Even so, this nasal test is to continue to be used until December 31, 2021.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) admits there are more deaths from the COVID-19 vaccine than all vaccines from the last 15 -20 years. CDC also states, "vaccinated may be as likely to spread COVID as unvaccinated as reports of serious injuries after vaccines surge."
A friend of mine in Bullock County got COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated. Celebrity Reba McIntire got COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated (Fox News). CDC Director told CNN the vaccines can't prevent transmission of COVID-19.
Vaccine "manufacturers" cannot be sued for any adverse effect from vaccine shots, even death. However, on May 19, 2021, "America's Frontline Doctors" filed a lawsuit against the "Federal Government" in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama seeking a temporary restraining order against the use of the experimental emergency COVID-19 vaccines on United States children. "America's Frontline Doctors" (AFLDS) filed a civil rights lawsuit in Federal Court against the University of California (UC), targeting "the university's system's plan to mandate COVID vaccination for all students regardless of natural immunity." Internal CDC document reveals vaccinated, even if not sick, can spread the virus. Other lawsuits have been filed, but none can be filed against the ones who made the vaccines.
"The Defender" reported: "Pfizer (manufacturer of that vaccine) now projects $33 billion in COVID vaccine revenues, a sharp increase over earlier projections. The vaccine maker anticipates booster shots, a vaccine designed for the Delta Variant, and pending authorization of COVID vaccines for children will drive sales even higher next year." Others are also making huge amounts of money from the sale of COVID-19 vaccines.
There are many theories about COVID-19 and the vaccine that I have not included. One is that these are used to "depopulate the earth." I hope that is not true. It is called an "experimental gene-therapy vaccine," and quotes from doctors call it "experimental DNA altering vaccine." The vaccine was not fully tested ---NOR APPROVED BY FDA.
As we know, in these modern times, news has been censored, whether it is for political reasons for votes or to keep their jobs.
Some short-term side effects of COVID-19 and the vaccine are known, but the long-term effects of either one are not known.