A video of an Indiana doctor who told the McCordsville, Indiana, Mount Vernon Community Schools school board that they were getting “bad advice” from both the Indiana Department of Health and the CDC has gone viral, getting millions of hits on YouTube before it was taken down for “violating YouTube’s community guidelines.” A copy of the video is now available on BitChute.
As he stood before the school board, Dr. Dan Stock cited a long list of studies that he said supported the fact that mask mandates and mandatory vaccinations are not the way to go with a viral infection like COVID. He elaborated on how viral infections work, and what vaccines for them can and cannot do. He even volunteered to testify for the school board, for free, if they are sued if they side with him.
Two days later, Tucker Carlson hosted him on his Fox show, where Stock repeated what he’d told the school board, adding that natural immunity methods for fighting viral infections were being ignored. Stock said he is “especially trained” in immunology and inflammation regulation” and that the virus is not eradicable.
“And since we’re not going to be able to avoid the virus, somebody is going to contact it eventually, it seems like we’re ignoring all the data of things we can do to improve an immune system besides a vaccine and focusing only on that and trying to avoid virus, which isn’t avoidable … It seems to me that focusing on immune system improvement whether through a vaccine or non-vaccine methods is the more rational approach to this,” Stock said.
The Indiana Department of Health quickly responded, telling local 13News, “Throughout the pandemic, we have relied on data and science to make recommendations. “The COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective at preventing hospitalizations and deaths, as evidenced by the fact that more than 98 percent of Hoosiers who have been hospitalized with COVID-19 since mid-January are unvaccinated.”
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