A roughly six-and-a-half-minute video has gone viral of a Fortville, Indiana school board meeting. The Mt. Vernon Community school board meeting was held August 6th to discuss COVID protocols for students returning to classrooms this fall. Sounds like a snooze fest, except that a family physician completely obliterated the CDC’s mask guidance.
The school board invited parents and community members to attend; one member is Dr. Dan Stock, a family physician with an expertise in immunology. Becker News posted the video and wrote Dr. Stock “stole the show with a methodical takedown of the CDC’s confusing and ‘counterfactual’ guidance that has since gone viral – in a good way. Watch:”
“It’s hard to believe we’re 18 months into this and still having a problem” Dr. Stock began after introducing himself to the board. “The reason we still have a problem is because we are doing things that are not useful and we’re getting our sources of information from the Indiana state board of health and the CDC” he continues.
The organizations “don’t bother to read science before they do this” said Dr. Stock who explains he is “specially trained in immunology and inflammation regulation, and everything being recommended by the CDC and the state board of health is actually contrary to all the rules of science.
Coronavirus and all other respiratory viruses are spread by aerosol particles which are small enough to go through every mask. He also notes he has given the secretary a flash drive with all the literature that supports the data. He goes on to say you cannot make “these viruses go away.” The natural history of “all respiratory viruses shows that they circulate all year long waiting for the immune system to get sick through the winter or become deranged as has happened recently with these vaccines and then they cause symptomatic disease.”
The CDC has managed to convince everybody that we can handle this like we did smallpox where we can make a virus go away. But, smallpox had no animal reservoirs, the only thing it learned to infect was humans, and that’s why we were able to make that virus go away.
“Equally important is that vaccination changes none of this especially with this vaccine. And I would hope this board would start asking itself, before it considers taking the advice of the CDC, the NIH, and the state board of health ‘why were you doing things about this that we didn’t do for the common cold, influenza or respiratory syncytial virus?”
“And then ask yourself, ‘why is a vaccine that is supposedly so effective, having a breakout in the middle of the summer, when respiratory viral syndromes don’t do that?” In order to understand, explains Dr. Stock, “you need to know the condition that is called antibody mediated viral enhancement.
“That is a condition done when vaccines work wrong, as they did in every coronavirus study done in animals on coronaviruses after the SARS outbreak, and done in respiratory syncytial virus where a vaccine used in a vulnerable individual, done the wrong way, which is why it cannot be done right for respiratory virus which has a very low pathogenicity rate, causes the immune system to actually fight the virus wrong and let the virus become worse than it would with native infection.”
Therefore, there is “no reason for treating any person vaccinated any differently than any person unvaccinated. You should also know that no vaccine, even the ones I support and would give to myself and my children, ever stops infection.”
“No vaccine prevents you from getting infection. You get infected, you shed pathogens. This is especially true of viral respiratory pathogens” you may just not get symptomatic.