This, too, is an exaggeration in attempting to stretch his theories to make the vaccine the culprit rather than the virus. This is not helpful. The vaccines do have benefits and a low incidence of dangerous side effects, so on balance are the lesser of evils here. He is taking the observations from the field that are correct, that those patients with comorbidities have a worse time from the illness and a greater lethality as well as showing some of the more severe consequences of infection that occur in some individuals, like severe thrombotic injury of organs and tissues, and trying to weave a more conspiratorial thesis here that is not warranted. COVID-19 is variable in its consequences. Some people have no symptoms whatsoever, others might have some tissue damage and changes but not any perceptible symptoms, some will have mild symptoms only and not have any perceptible severe problems. But there are often sites of attack and injury within tissues that are major, whether or not there are symptoms, so this is not a trivial infectious organism but one designed to be lethal and can well exhibit its potential in people who are unprotected, and especially those who are not able to receive divine support because they are not in divine alignment themselves and so are on their own.