I'm acknowledging scientific facts.This is you interpreting data in favor of vaccines.
This is also you interpreting data in favor of vaccines.
I don't go into situations with a preconceived notion in mind. My conclusions are 100% based on the evidence. You don't seem to understand that science doesn't have an agenda. The anti-vax movement, however, does.In both situations you approach the facts from different angles, to make it fit.
I'm not pro-vaccine; I'm pro-science. The science just happens to back up the safety and efficacy of the vaccines.
Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is objectively and demonstrably safer than not getting vaccinated.A preferred (safer*) alternative to some, not all.
The vaccines have saved over 1.1 million American lives so far. If you are unvaccinated, you are significantly more likely get infected with COVID-19, and you are more likely to experience severe COVID-19 symptoms and death. The existence of boosters doesn't change anything.They are effective if you just ignore boosters, and the fact that they haven't fixed anything.
I'm not the one with an agenda. I accept the science wherever it goes, since I care if my beliefs are true.Did you invest in Pfizer or any other of the companies manufacturing MRNA-based injections?