thunk? Oh yeah…
Kind of a stunning revelation, eh?
White House COVID-19 adviser Anthony Fauci conceded Wednesday morning that COVID-19 vaccines don’t protect “overly well” against the virus.
And yet, people lost their jobs, their education, their health, and even their very lives over this! My favorite college basketball team lost their starting center from a vaccine injury!
It’s a little late in the game to say, “Oh well, never mind…”
Ahhh, so this is the fall-back posish:
Fauci then said it’s because of the vaccination that it is “very likely why I had a relatively mild course.”
Oh, so it really doesn’t stop transmission, but maybe it makes cases less severe. Maybe. Sure. And maybe monkeys will fly out my butt…
But let’s look at the progression of the narrative (from last year):
So, MANY of us have been right for a couple years, now, right? Let’s just cut the crap, here.
The official’s comments come just days after a bombshell study revealed that natural immunity, or the immunity conferred via a previous COVID-19 infection, provides superior protection against the virus when compared with vaccines.
Oh, and no cardiomyopathy.
But where do the young athletes and others with vaccine-induced cardiomyopathy go to get their lives and health back? Where do I go to get the months I couldn’t go to church back? My boss was forced by the company to get a vaccine and now she has life-threatening heart problems. Where does SHE go for justice?
My guess is that it was the mRNA vaccine that is the real problem. A new traditional vaccine just came out, and I strongly suspect it won’t have the same problems…