Though a well-known attorney and Harvard professor says the Constitution gives the government the power to vaccinate citizens against their will, a registered nurse asserts that people "absolutely have the right to say no."
During an interview on "Crowdsource the Truth," Harvard professor Alan Dershowitz said people "have no right not to be vaccinated."
"You have no right not to wear a mask," he continued. "You have no right not to open up your business."
When the host asked, "If they decided you have to be vaccinated, we have to be vaccinated," Dershowitz responded, "Absolutely."
"And if you refuse to be vaccinated, the state has the power to literally take you to a doctor's office and plunge a needle into your arm," the professor declared. "If the vaccination is to prevent the spreading of disease, the public health, the police power of the Constitution gives the state the power to compel that, and there are cases in the United States Supreme Court."
"People absolutely have the right to say no to being vaccinated," Brase tells OneNewsNow. "There's all sorts of vaccines, and once we get to the point that government can tell you that you have to be vaccinated, there's all sorts of things that can be injected into your bodies without your consent."
She adds that vaccines are notoriously ineffective, particularly against viruses. The flu vaccine, for example, was 81 percent ineffective.
"The attorney is acting as though this is going to be the cure all, and therefore everybody has to take it," Brase says about Dershowitz.
During a recent appearance before the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, Dr. Anthony Fauci with the White House Coronavirus Task Force admitted that "there's no guarantee that the vaccine is actually going to be effective."
"The flu vaccine has been as effective as 19 percent, meaning that it was 81 percent ineffective," Twila Brase continues. "So, I think we can expect the very same with a COVID-19 vaccine, that it would not be as effective as everybody is trying to make it seem to be or would hope it to be."
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