The COVID vaccine has been questioned by a pack-a-day smoker, citing concerns about what will be put in his body.
Pack-a-day smoker and health freedom advocate Mark Campbell, 53, is hesitant to get any COVID-19 vaccine as he fears it may be unsafe.
“I like to know what I am putting into my body and I don’t understand half the ingredients in that thing,” explained Campbell. “I read on the internet it causes blood clots and 5G.”
Doctors and scientists have tried to reassure the public that the vaccine is safe, and the risk of blood clots is less than one in a million; the risk of blood clots caused by smoking is more than a thousand times greater.
“I don’t care what these paid-for scientists and doctors say, I saw a bunch of chiropractors and naturopaths saying how unsafe this vaccine, and all vaccines for that matter, are to the human immune system.”
Seemingly unaware of the irony, Campbell says doctors once said that smoking wasn’t harmful, “until the socialist governments forced them to say otherwise”. Campbell claimed that qualified as ‘scientific grounds’ to continue his habit.
Campbell plans to do more research on the topic but has sworn off any academic or scientific sources as she would be able to swallow them, calling the studies “tainted”.