- Dec 7, 2018
I admire your tenacity, but you are banging your head off a brick wall attempting to reason with or explain anything to these idiots.I think you are missing an important piece of the puzzle here.
It's the immune cells that make the spike protein. But then they always have. That's how the immune system works, in general.
Its those immune cells that make the spike protein (as they do when triggered by vaccines, or infections in general).
That then kicks off the next part of the process for the immune system to generate antibodies.
This means you don't need to go through the actual infection and the complications as SARS-CoV-2 attacks the respiratory system (and latterly, other systems).