Anti-scientific stance

Indeed, why

did it take so long?

Despite these findings and other clear and compelling evidence that natural immunity offered powerful protection against Covid, governments continued to pass and enforce mandates.

Have you wondered why? What was “in it” for governments? Let’s not jump to conclusions, but then again, let’s not be buck-toothed rubes, either.

The important thing to ask is the famous legal question: cui bono? Who benefits? Because NOW things have changed. Why? The data didn’t change, so what happened?

Upon releasing new pandemic guidelines last week, CDC epidemiologist Greta Massetti explained to reporters what many have been saying for more than a year: both vaccines and prior infection offer protection from severe symptomatic Covid.

So why did it take so long?

There’s no easy answer to this question. One hypothesis is that the government created perverse incentives, what critics of the government’s approach such as Stanford epidemiologist Dr. Jay Bhattacharya call “the Covid Industrial Complex.”

It’s not an exaggeration to say that billions of dollars were at stake over whether Covid vaccines were mandatory or voluntary, which might explain why Pfizer alone spent more than $10 million lobbying in 2021 and even more in 2020.

In short, the issues are 1) power and 2) money. Are you surprised?

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