By logical pretzel yes.
If the case count were rising without hospitalizations rising than you could conclude that the vaccine is unnecessary.
Certainly true.Like I said earlier in the thread, you're not going to increase vaccination rates by censoring, lying, threatening, destroying the economy, diminishing free speech, etc. These tactics and your support of them, gives people more reason to not get vaccinated.
You've introduced children into the example. I think the results of your example would probably change if we're talking about adults. I believe that was the context anyway but I came in late.Well, you couldn't do that because you'd be dead - but the "messenger" would be charged and convicted.
I lived through the 70's in Germany. We had a couple of kids at school that got those pills that made them fly off a balcony. the seller was charged, convicted and sentenced for two murders.
yes, each person decides for themselves what information to accept or reject - but what happens in the exposed to a barrage of incorrect information diguised as fact - just like the kids that were told that those pills would make them feel good and are perfectly safe.