In an article published yesterday on The Blaze, Daniel Horowitz brought to light a preponderance of information and statistics demonstrating that the COVID-19 vaccines are failing, and failing fast.
He first quoted CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, who testified before the Senate Health Committee on January 11 — while double-masked — and made the claim that “the vaccines are incredibly safe [and] protect us against Omicron, they protect us against Delta, the protect us against COVID.”
(Perhaps Rochelle is not vaccinated? Otherwise, why wear a mask (or two) if the vaccine is so effective? I wonder if the irony is lost on her. It certainly seems to be lost on a lot of people.)
Horowitz then points out that in Scotland age-standardized statistics reveal that the “the unvaccinated had the lowest infection rates” over the last four weeks. Overall data from the U.K. Health Security Agency shows similar information.
This data now shows higher rates of infection among the triple-vaccinated in all but the youngest people… Any public policy measure – from vaccine passports to discrimination – cannot be justified under the science, even if one’s conscience is OK with apartheid. In fact, clearly [the data] shows that, especially with Omicron, the vaccinated are the super-spreaders. Before we get to hospitalizations and deaths, the notion that the unvaccinated are somehow responsible for the continued spread of this virus is completely contradicted by the data.
Sadly, there are lot of conscienceless people who are in favor of an apartheid society, predicated on vaccination status, the science be damned. They believe the lies and rhetoric of Biden, Fauci and the CDC, they get it in their heads that we are doomed if everyone isn’t jabbed, and they are quick to denounce and condemn the unvaccinated to societal purgatory, or worse. They really should be thanking the unvaccinated, and all the healthy people who already had COVID and who now have far superior and infinitely more durable natural immunity — which is the key to ending the pandemic.
[T]he Scottish data paints a concerning picture of the long-term consequences of the mass vaccination. People like Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche have been warning that if you mass-vaccinate with a leaky, narrow-spectrum (only recognizes spike protein) vaccine in middle of a raging pandemic, the virus would get more virulent over time.
Many months ago I read most of what Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche had at that time published on his website. He warned from the beginning of the mass-vaccination program that it would be ineffective, lead to immune escape variants, to antibody dependent enhancement of COVID, and extend the pandemic. Those predictions have come to pass. Hopefully his predictions of more calamitous outcomes don’t. But if the vaccination push continues, they might, as the data is beginning to hint.
What is clearly evident both from the hospitalizations and deaths is that the double-vaccinated are now worse off per capita even against critical illness, and that pattern appears to be accelerating. Again, this evidently shows a pattern of negative efficacy even against critical illness over time as the shots wear off, increasingly quickly with Omicron. Why is there no desire to study the source of this negative efficacy and whether the fact that the vaccine is non-sterilizing, wanes quickly with sub-optimal antibodies, is narrow-spectrum, and is increasingly out of synch with the changing virus is going to make the pandemic worse in the long run?
The solution to a failing vaccine isn’t more booster shots. Scientists predict that could lead to “antigenic sin”, a form of permanent immune system suppression.
Yet still there are a lot of vaccine evangelists who are doubling-down and refusing to concede that the vaccines are failing fast. Horowitz concludes with this take-down of these true believers and their prophet Fauci:
Dr. Fauci recently told Bloomberg news that “there are some inherent ‘non-believers’ that no matter what you say, they give you a real problem.” He’s right. It takes a true religious level of adherence – like a believer – to continue supporting his narrative, despite the plain facts before our very eyes.