It looks more and more as if the COVID-19 vaccination doesn't offer much, if any, protection against infection. The headlines are coming in from around the world.
- Delta variant outbreak in Israel spreads to some vaccinated adults - "about half of the adults infected [were] fully inoculated with the Pfizer shot, a health official said".
- Some Vaccinated People Are Dying of Covid-19 - "almost half of [the UK's] recent Covid-19 deaths are of people who have been vaccinated".
- 80% of new COVID-19 cases in Spain among unvaccinated people - but that means 20% (i.e. one-fifth) were among vaccinated people.
So, it looks like the vaccine isn't as powerful a defense against the transmission of infection as has been claimed by the powers that be, and the drive to vaccinate everybody is therefore, at the very least, called into question.
Reminder: Nobody is tested if vaccinated unless symptomatic. So says the CDC. If exposed but vaccinated you are not supposed to be tested unless you develop symptoms.
This make[s] sense if the vaccines work.
Because in some small percentage -- 1%, 2% -- you'll get infected anyway. That's just the way it is; no medication is perfect.
There are 67 Democrats in the TX Delegation. I presume not all of them flew to DC; the news says "more than 50", which is enough to deny the quorum and was the point of the exercise.
There are now six confirmed Covid infections among them, and all are fully vaccinated. That's a failure rate of roughly 10% for symptomatic infections, and not just preventing infection either -- they transmitted it to each other as the infections were serial; not all got it on the same day.
Since the CDC says somewhere between 6 and 24 (best guess 11) people are entirely asymptomatic and untested for each tested, symptomatic infection this means that more than half of the delegation in fact has the virus and is presumably, under the CDC's claim of "asymptomatic transmission", spreading it to others.
Is ten percent failure rare? How about more than fifty percent?
That sounds rather more like "worthless" to me. What say you?
In addition a White House official also has tested positive after coming into contact with the delegation. Said person is also fully vaccinated and is symptomatic. They, since they are symptomatic, are presumptively contagious despite being "fully vaccinated."
How many White House officials were there? One? Boy, that's a pretty good breakthrough case percentage isn't it?
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In other words there is no public health benefit to the jabs. These fully vaccinated people not only got the virus they gave it to others. That, my friends, is what everyone claimed wouldn't happen -- if you got jabbed you protected other people ... We now know that claim was a lie. It was a lie by lack of knowledge before; now it is a straight-up knowing lie to repeat it.
Add this to all the other lies.
Why would you take any sort of personal health advice -- now that it's admitted that's all the jab advocacy is -- from the very same people who have been caught lying serially on virtually every topic related to Covid since last spring?
There's more at the link.
Vox Day has little sympathy for those who've allowed themselves to be duped.
I have little sympathy for anyone who is harmed by this monstrosity, except for the poor children whose idiot parents made them take it. What part of "the media always lies" is hard to understand? What part of "don't ever take any experimental drug for which the manufacturer is given immunity from legal liability" is difficult to grasp? What part of "the mainstream Narrative is false" did not register?
Or, as a meme currently doing the rounds pointedly asks:
I certainly sympathize with those who've been pressured by their employers, and/or otherwise unavoidable circumstances in their lives, to get vaccinated. However, the facts are becoming clearer and clearer. The vaccines are inflicting serious health damage, up to and including death, on some of those who've received them. More and more such cases are being recorded as time passes and the extent of the damage becomes clearer. The argument has been made that as a proportion of all those who've been vaccinated, the "problem cases" are a tiny minority: but that's cold comfort to the (literally) tens of thousands of people who've reported or experienced them. The VAERS data speak for themselves.
I remain less than convinced that the COVID-19 vaccines are worthwhile. Since it's now pretty clear that the vaccines don't provide "herd immunity", the major reason for getting vaccinated is off the table. Furthermore, since proven treatments like hydroxychoroquine, ivermectin and azithromycin are freely available (and are now standardized and demonstrably effective in many Third World nations that are less medically hidebound than the USA), I'll trust them to deal with another infection if I should get one.
I can only suggest that, if one has no choice but to get vaccinated against COVID-19 for whatever reason, one should avoid any vaccine using mRNA technology. The others have their own health risks, but based on the reading I've done, they appear to be less problematic than mRNA-based products. Also, speaking purely for myself, if I ever have no option but to be vaccinated, I'll plan on using anticoagulant medication for a few days before and at least a few weeks after the shot, to avoid or minimize one of the most commonly reported side effects (blood clots). I suggest you talk to your health care provider about that, and ask their opinion.