But that doesn't make everything Kaufman promotes to be false. Maybe he is wrong about the efficacy of enemas, but he might be right about many other things.
Sure, yes, it's possible that although someone is a nut, the nut might say some other things that are true.
But likewise, that doesn't make other things the nut promotes to be necessarily true.
Has Kaufman provided any proof for his exosome idea?
The facts are the facts. Have they isolated a "cσɾσnαvιɾυs" SARS-CoV-2, or haven't they?
Absolutely. Now have they, Matthew? Do you know the answer?
If you're not an expert in virology, you either need to decide based on secondary factors, or refrain from deciding.
The majority of scientists and scientific bodies say it has been isolated.
That 3-D artist's conception picture of the virus that you see pasted up on every small business telling you to wear masks (SEE PIC BELOW) -- we all ASSUME that is a virus they've extracted and isolated, and that "CÖVÌD-19" is somehow legitimate. But it's not. And the more people know the truth, the better.
And it seems you ASSUME, due to an opinion about one image, that no other images of the virus exist: "But it's not".
What would it take for you to change your mind?
Even the CDC stated it didn't have entire sequence sample of virus
“Since no quantified virus isolates of the 2019-nCoV are currently available, ...”
Is that what the quote really says? In that quote, "quantified" modifies "virus isolates". They're not saying they don't have virus isolates, but apparently they didn't have "quantifiied virus isolates" available. At that time. Now, what do you think "quantified" means?