Senator Rand Paul has fought for freedom in America for many years.
Now he’s making a stand for his own personal freedom.
He’s chosen not to be vaccinated because he’s already had COVID.
Paul, a physician, acknowledged that people have the right to make their own decision regarding the vaccine. The Kentucky senator explained he has natural immunity from having been diagnosed with COVID.
“You know, I think medical decisions in a free society each individual assesses their own risk,” Paul advised. “The thing is if someone chooses not to be vaccinated and you are vaccinated, they are not a risk to you. They are taking a risk for themselves. So I think, really, medical decisions should be private. In fact, we used to all believe that. There is a law called HIPPA that really says we’re … not supposed to pry into the medical affairs of our employees.”Breitbart News
No doubt he will come under a lot of pressure over this decision, but he’s made himself pretty clear on this.
He went into more detail about his choice:
He added, “[U]Until they show me evidence that people who have already had the infection are dying in large numbers or being hospitalized or getting very sick, I just made my own personal decision that I’m not getting vaccinated because I’ve already had the disease and I have natural immunity now. … In a free country, you would think people would honor, you know, the idea that each individual would get to make their medical decisions, that it wouldn’t be a big brother coming in telling me, you know, what I have to do. Are they also going to tell me I can’t have a cheeseburger for lunch? Are they going to tell me that I have to eat carrots only and, you know, cut my calories? All that would probably be good for me, but I don’t think big brother ought to tell me to do it.”Breitbart News
Sounds like he won’t be letting the Government tell him what to do.
And that’s exactly the stance we all should take, whether we’re having the vaccine or not.
The Government does not have the right to tell us what we inject into our bodies. That is entirely our decision, and must always remain so.