Dear Editor:

The anger coming from people who have chosen to receive the shot against those who have not needs to be redirected to where it belongs – the health departments at all levels, mainly the federal level.

The current virus is the first health crisis where the Federal Health Department has NOT given a preventative/therapeutic protocol to try and battle the virus. Instead, Dr. Tony Fauci first told Americans to stay at home until you can’t breathe, then go to the hospital. By that time, it’s too late to take advantage of early treatment, and it’s time to bring in the big guns, i.e. ventilators while taking up hospital beds.

Once the shots became available, Fauci pushed them as your savior. Unfortunately, the current data shows that the shots have efficacy for only about six months; hence the push for boosters. (Remember the definition of insanity - doing the same thing while expecting a different outcome.)

Why would people be hesitant to take the shot? Mistrust and disinformation. 1. From the beginning, Fauci has flip-flopped on his positions. What are you supposed to believe? 2. Data is showing that while the shot is helping the hi-risk group from suffering more severe symptoms, it’s having severe side effects on others. 3. Doctors successfully treating patients with medicine therapies, not the shot, are being reviled by “mainstream media” and censored by social media because they are going against what Fauci is saying. 4. Joe Biden just announced that the Feds want to take over distribution of one of those therapies, Regeneron (monoclonal antibody therapy), and reduce the amount being sent to Southern states, a week after saying he was going to increase the availability by 50 percent. 5. The current data ( shows that those countries with high rates of “vaccination” are showing an increase of cases, hospitalizations, and deaths this year over last year, so what is the use of the shot?

In truth, many doctors around the country have been treating patients with both new and repurposed drugs with a 99.99 percent success rate. In the meantime, Dr. Fauci only pushes the shot and masks. (It is not a vaccine because people still get the virus, still spread the virus, and carry higher viral loads of the virus, meaning they are a hazard to those who didn’t get injected, not the other way around.)

No one has the right to bully others for their decision of what is best for them and their family. The wise person will look at the data to make that decision, not listen to a bureaucrat who is invested in the development of the virus, as shown by Fauci’s own emails and NIH grants.

In the meantime, you can take steps to prepare for catching the virus, whether you have taken the shot or not. Go to for information from physicians successfully treating patients. Taking preventative steps will reduce the number of hospitalizations.

If you want to get mad at anyone, get mad at the federal government for not helping the American people protect themselves, but, in fact, hindering them.

Terry Todd


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