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Letter: Please, someone stop the madness

The more national feeds give air time and internet space time to the untruthful words being spewed related to the COVID vaccine and booster, the more the divide will widen between persons of American society.

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Please, will someone stop the madness! National feeds are, again, helping to promote the myth about the COVID vaccines. They are for everyone; it doesn't matter what race, what gender, your economic status – they are for everyone! And, no their efficacy rate is not 100% – there is no inoculation/immunization/vaccine that is. If that was the case, shingles would not be something people (basically) over 50 would suffer from after having been inoculated; the same holds true for influenza inoculations.

The more national feeds give air time and internet space time to the untruthful words being spewed related to the COVID vaccine and booster, the more the divide will widen between persons of American society. Please just stop giving those types of unfounded accusations air time and internet space.

Yes, there is freedom of speech – but even the Supreme Court has ruled that not all free speech is protected free speech. And the continued promulgation of the COVID vaccine myths should be considered dangerous to the good health and order of American Society.

Kim Szondy, Grand Forks

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