by Robert L. Kinney, Pharm.D., M.A.
Regardless of one’s political affiliation, it goes without saying that nobody wants to be forced or otherwise deceptively coerced into accepting a vaccine that may eventually cause cancer or some other harm — especially when many, without vaccination, do not even experience symptoms from the targeted virus. It also goes without saying that many are probably familiar with the idea that corrupt persons seek government positions or use their power and influence as a way to be paid by foreign countries or big corporations. One recent example is the Bidens’ apparent collusions with China and the FBI’s apparent cover-up of that information before the 2020 election.
Some commentators have made the good point that physicians do not get paid nearly as much in government or public health jobs as physicians do practicing medicine in non-government positions. This, the commentators have concluded, may leave government public health employees open to outside influences.