Journal-Sentinel Izvestia managing editors should make their reporters do basic research on their stories.
The newspaper attacks a Catholic priest (surprised?) who transmits the correct information. They begin by poisoning the well with this totes non-story:
....The Rev. James Altman, a Catholic priest in the Diocese of La Crosse, has been back in the news after The La Crosse Tribune viewed Easter services at which parishioners sat shoulder-to-shoulder with no masks and received Holy Communion with no safety measures....
OMG!! But where, oh where, are the hundreds of dead bodies or ICU patients this caused? There were no casualties? No multi-generational death notices 3 weeks later?
...Altman gained notoriety last fall by preaching that faithful Catholics could not be Democrats. Now, he is pounding out a drumbeat of misinformation about how the vaccine works, referring to it in a parish flyer as "an experimental use of a genetic altering substance that modifies YOUR BODY — YOUR Temple of the Holy Spirit."...
See the text in red? Is it "misinformation"?
Run a DuckDuckGo search on 'genetic altering substance vaccine' and you get this:
...some of them do use genetic engineering, and all of them use genetics more broadly....First up: mRNA. It won’t reprogram your brain. But it does reprogram some of your cells, in a manner of speaking. And that’s not a defect — it’s intentional....
Is it complicated? Yes.
...you need to understand what mRNA is for. Basically, it’s a single-stranded nucleic acid molecule that carries a genetic sequence from the DNA in the cell’s nucleus into the protein factories — called ribosomes — that sit outside the nucleus in the cellular cytoplasm. That’s what the “m” in mRNA stands for: messenger. Messenger RNA just carries instructions for the assembly of proteins from the DNA template to the ribosomes....
IOW, it re-programs (or programs) DNA.
...Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) is a mechanism to facilitate the availability and use of medical countermeasures, including vaccines, during public health emergencies, such as the current COVID-19 pandemic. Under an EUA, FDA may allow the use of unapproved medical products, or unapproved uses of approved medical products in an emergency to diagnose, treat, or prevent serious or life-threatening diseases or conditions...
That's ALSO why OSHA stated that if an employer requires the vax for its employees any subsequent bad reactions will be covered by workmen's comp insurance.
Finally: always pay close attention to the text of questions, and compare that to the text of the answers. You'd be amazed at how often the questions are NOT answered, even though there's lots of flapjaw and techie-terms. It's called "Baffling 'em with Bullshit," and the technique has been around for decades.