A few days ago, none other than Dawtuh Fauci admitted essentially that the vaccines are failing. He was speaking on a New York Times podcast called “The Daily,” the audio of which can be found here, but the relevant part was transcribed here:
On Nov. 12, White House COVID adviser Anthony Fauci, MD, went on The New York Times‘ podcast The Daily to discuss the current state of the coronavirus in the U.S. According to Fauci, officials are now starting to see some waning immunity against both infection and hospitalization several months after initial vaccination. The infectious disease expert pointed toward incoming data from Israel, which he noted tends to be about a month to a month and a half ahead of us in terms of the outbreak.
“They are seeing a waning of immunity not only against infection but against hospitalization and to some extent death, which is starting to now involve all age groups. It isn’t just the elderly,” Fauci said. “It’s waning to the point that you’re seeing more and more people getting breakthrough infections, and more and more of those people who are getting breakthrough infections are winding up in the hospital.”
The clip of the audio has been making rounds on social media, and it might be a bit shocking to hear Fauci admit what sounds like defeat here.
So what does this mean, then? Are they giving up? Are they admitting the vaccine was a failure?
Are we free? Is all the mandate stuff dead?
Don’t be silly.
In fact, just the opposite: Fauci is only admitting the vaccine is failing in an effort to push booster shots:
As a result of these findings, Fauci warned that vaccinated people should get their booster shot, as it might actually be more important than health officials first realized. “If one looks back at this, one can say, do you know, it isn’t as if a booster is a bonus, but a booster might actually be an essential part of the primary regimen that people should have,” he said on The Daily.
Fauci went on to say, “I think … that the boosting is gonna be an absolutely essential component of our response, not a bonus, not a luxury, but an absolute essential part of the program.”
Fauci also touted the effectiveness and safety of the boosters. “We’ve shown that boosters are safe and effective in dramatically increasing the response not only immunologically, but also when you look at the clinical data from Israel, it’s very clear that it reverses some of the waning effect that you see in people who have been vaccinated six months or more,” he said.
Apparently Fauci was totally unable to see the problem with admitting that the vaccine fails after just 6 months.
But don’t worry, I’m sure the booster shot is the solution to everything. Look at the promising data out of Israel, after all:
The obvious problem here is that Israel began rolling out its booster shot program in July, and it’s November now. We’re only 4.5 months in.
Let’s check back with Israel in January/February to see how effective the booster shot program is after 6 months have passed.
Several times on this site I have brought up the fact that Fauci and Co. are moving the goalposts significantly when it comes to the vaccine.
The CDC literally changed the definition of the word “vaccine” from something that prevents a disease to something that confers protection from a disease.
The difference here is crucial: prevention means that if you get the vaccine, you won’t even get the disease in question because the vaccine has granted you immunity.
Protection means that you’ll probably get the disease in question, but because you took the vaccine, you’ll have a much milder case and the disease isn’t going to kill you.
And this has now become their hill to die on: the vaccine “works” because even though you got the vaccine and still caught Covid, your case of Covid would have been a lot worse had you been unvaccinated.
Never mind that this is definitive proof that Biden’s “this is a pandemic of the unvaccinated!” comment was a complete lie, it’s also a ridiculous thing to say because the vast majority of people who catch Covid would have been fine with or without the vaccine.
Covid is not a particularly deadly disease unless you’re obese, elderly or both. The fact that they have these perfectly healthy, young vaccinated people who still catch Covid believing that the only reason they survived was because of the vaccine is astounding.
“Your case of Covid was only mild because you were vaccinated!”
Obviously it’s impossible to prove them wrong on this. You can’t go back in time to before you got vaccinated, then get Covid to see how bad it was without the vaccine.
But it’s an undeniable fact that most cases of Covid pre-vaccine were mild as well.
To underscore this point, all the way back on June 11, CBS News reported on a John’s Hopkins study that found, worldwide, more people had died of Covid in the first 6 months of 2021 than in all of 2020 despite 2021 being the year the vaccines were rolled out:
More people worldwide have died of COVID-19 so far this year than during all of last year, according to data tallied by Johns Hopkins University. So far, 3.77 million deaths have been reported since the pandemic began — with 1.89 million reported in 2021 exceeding the 1.88 million deaths counted as of December 31, 2020.
On October 6, Forbes reported that the US specifically in 2021 had surpassed its 2020 Covid death total:
More Americans have died from Covid-19 so far in 2021 than in 2020, a sobering milestone after the year began with hopes that the United States was set to turn the corner on the pandemic with the rollout of vaccines — and the death count is still rising steadily at a pace of over 2,000 a day.
So much for the vaccine being effective at preventing serious illness and death.
Nevertheless, soon they’ll simply change the definition of “fully vaccinated” to mean only someone who has gotten the booster shot as well as their first two shots.
And it will be a sight to behold: