Senator Rand Paul recently appeared on Newsmax to discuss the ongoings regarding COVID – from the concept of natural immunity to Dr. Anthony Fauci calling for a fourth booster.

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At the opening of the segment, Senator Paul pointed to where we may be at as a country in terms of previous COVID infections, saying we “have widespread immunity” in the states.

“Look, 78 million people have gotten the infection but if you do testing of random antibodies – you want to find out how many people were infected – there’s at least two more for everyone, so that’s another 140 million. Really about 200 million Americans have gotten this, right? When I give speeches in Kentucky, I say ‘raise your hand if you’ve gotten the disease naturally.’

“Almost everybody now does, particularly after the Omicron episode over the last couple of months. We have widespread immunity, but if we discount that immunity then there’s this push by Fauci and others to force children to be vaccinated. They wanna vaccinate their kids as soon as they’re born, et cetera, et cetera. That is misguided because they’re ignoring the natural immunity.”

The segment host then brought up Dr. Fauci’s calls to usher in a fourth COVID shot, asking Senator Paul his thoughts on the aforementioned. In response, Senator Paul explained that if someone had contracted COVID over the last couple of months then they already got their “booster.”

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“If you acknowledge natural immunity and you got COVID in the last month or two – you got your booster. Mother nature gave you a booster and it’s much better than the vaccine. The vaccine provides temporary immunity and then it wanes.

“What we found out with the virus, when you get the virus – and I’m still not saying you want to get it, but a lot of us have gotten it whether we wanted to or not – they found that antibodies are still present 22 months after. Nearly two years after you’ve gotten it. With the previous SARS coronavirus from 2004, there are people 18 years later that still have an immune response. So yes, this a godsend and we should be so happy that there is something called natural immunity.”

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