The media have recently began to claim that George Washington would have supported vaccine mandates, based on a story of him requiring smallpox inoculation for his soldiers. But this same story they cite actually proves the opposite of their current narrative.
Smallpox vaccination in the 1700s was done by either giving the patient smallpox directly, or by giving them a weaker disease called cowpox.
As anyone who has taken basic biology knows, this was effective because when your immune system fights off a disease, it creates antibodies to prevent you from getting sick again. The process of getting a disease, fighting it off and retaining antibodies, is called “natural immunity”.
If you got smallpox or cowpox and survived with antibodies, you were considered “vaccinated”.
In the modern age, if you get Covid and survive with antibodies, you are not considered “vaccinated”. You are still required to get one of the pharma companies’ mRNA vaccines.
This makes no sense especially when you consider that smallpox was much deadlier than Covid.
The fact that the shills ignore natural immunity for Covid, while using a story about natural immunity for Smallpox to bolster their arguments for mandatory mRNA vaccines, puts me at a loss.
It’s so blatantly hypocritical that it would be funny if it wasn’t so stupid.
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