Los Angeles, CA – With the debate between natural immunity vs. vaccine immunity raging in America, a bit of clarity recently emerged, and it’s a game changer. With the help of time travel, we were able to hear from Roscoe Daniels, who died in 1822 after a short bout with mild to moderate diarrhea.
“I died in ’22 after eating some bad beef stew. I was 37, which is actually pretty old. They called me the Keith Richards of the 1800s.”
Daniels, a rancher, was the father of 9 children (5 boys and 4 girls), 7 of which died from smallpox before the age of 10.
“Yeah, it was tough, losing all them children. But thank God for natural immunity. If it weren’t for that, I’m afraid all 9 would have gone to be with the Lord. The fact that 2 were strong enough to fight off this terrible disease is a testament to not only our bodies, but our profound faith.”
When told that vaccines had eradicated naturally-occurring smallpox in 1980, Daniels laughed and called it “fake news.”
“Yeah, nice one,” he said. “We all know that nothing beats natural immunity. I’m proof of that. 37! That’s a long, blessed life.”
Currently, Daniels is in the ICU at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, being treated for COVID-induced bilateral pneumonia. He is unvaccinated.
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