Antivaccines want to avoid injection at all costs. The influencer, Michael Vendetta, even advises in case of “forced vaccination” to use an antivenom pump to extract the serum between 5 and 10 minutes after the injection.
According to the great scientist Vendetta,
if you are forcibly vaccinated,
it suffices to pump the product within 5 to 10 minutes after the injection with an aspi-venom !! ????#antivax #antipass #VendettaAbruti pic.twitter.com/QAUuoQTaZ1
– Lilly (@lillyandthepics) July 27, 2021
The idea spread on social networks. Not surprisingly, advocates of ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine and detractors of the vaccine have seized on it.
In the event of compulsory vaccination, of course, my ASPIVENIN immediately afterwards.
Then, this ordo should suffice: pic.twitter.com/kejtUIgI6n
– DOODOM (@ 1969_OVNINANTES) June 29, 2021
This we are moving a patient to the emergency room of the hospital to ask for an aspivenom to …… aspirate her vaccine now that she has the vaccine pass, so who could say better?
– gigi ⭐️ ???? (@MarieMarchandA) July 26, 2021
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An inefficient method
But unfortunately for people who have tried (and luckily for herd immunity), it is not possible to aspirate a vaccine this way.
Professor Jean-François Saluzzo, expert in virology and vaccination with the WHO, is clear: “It’s nonsense, there’s no point in sucking“.
“The vaccine has nothing to do with the venom“, specifies Pr Saluzzo. Indeed, whether they operate with Messenger RNA or a more traditional method, vaccines are molecules which target the cells of the immune system. Objective: to prepare them to face a new virus, Sars -Cov-2 Nothing to do with venom, a molecule that stays in the blood.
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Many Internet users have reacted to this eccentric method.
On the contrary, the one who believes in aspi-venom will vaccinate himself and then attempt to remove it with aspi-venom. So he will be vaccinated. Maybe Vendetta is deep down a provax genius
– Guillaume LAURIE (@GuillaumeLaurie) July 28, 2021
The answer is “no it doesn’t make sense stop being stupid” https://t.co/kboE5l3BiT
– Doc Primum (@docprimum) July 27, 2021
Among them, doctors explained that an aspivenin was of no use.