You might have missed a small piece The Washington Post chose to publish on Wednesday morning in between enjoying what was hopefully enormous amounts of food and expressing gratitude. This intriguing fact being revealed on the morning of one of the busiest travel days in America is undoubtedly just a coincidence.
The article with the following headline appeared in The Post’s “The Health 202” newsletter: “Covid is no longer primarily an epidemic of the unvaccinated. This is why.
BREAKING: Reported, more vaccinated Americans died of Covid-19 in August than unvaccinated.
I thought the mRNA shot was to protect us from Covid death.
With that said, so exactly what did Americans inject into their bodies?
— Jack Lombardi II (@JackLombardi) November 25, 2022
According to researcher McKenzie Beard, “for the first time, a majority of Americans dying from the coronavirus received at least the primary series of the vaccine.”
That is a big claim right off the bat. The Post might not have wanted this to be a contentious subject with your Thanksgiving meal.
According to a study done for The Health 202 by Cynthia Cox, vice president at the Kaiser Family Foundation, 58% of coronavirus deaths in August involved adults who had received a vaccination or a booster shot.
She observed that there had been a long-term trend in this way in the statistics.
According to Beard, “it’s a continuation of a worrying trend that has evolved over the previous year.” “As vaccination rates have risen and new variations have emerged, the proportion of vaccine-preventable mortality has been rising steadily.”
I’ll be honest: I’m not a doctor, and the only medical knowledge I possess is “Throw some dirt on it” and “That steak looks too raw.” In no way, shape, or form am I qualified to explain to you what this recent discovery signifies in terms of the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine.
We went from
"Unvaccinated are 16x more likely to die"
"Majority of Covid deaths are now among the vaccinated"
in less than 8 months pic.twitter.com/D2HGPZHqwN
— Elon Release the Fauci Files (@2ndfor1st) November 24, 2022
I’m equipped to tell you that President Joe Biden’s abhorrent fear-mongering and demonization of the “unvaccinated” appears to be a particularly significant error in an administration that has been rife with them.
For those who have made the conscious decision to forget as little as possible about Biden, the president offered a foreboding warning just about a year ago.
In statements from the White House in December 2021, he said: “For unvaccinated, we are staring at a winter of catastrophic disease and death.” They will soon be overwhelmed caring for themselves, their families, and the hospitals.
Biden’s major error occurred when he said there was some “positive news,” putting aside the dubious behavior of a president employing strongman dictator-style language to try to frighten the populace into submission.
“You are protected from serious disease and death if you are vaccinated and you had your booster dose,” he stated.
Period? Similar to a large, fat question mark.
Following the Washington Post article, Biden now has a problem: all of that conceited arrogance is going to come back to bite him.
You’d very well better have all your facts straight if you’re going to scare Americans. Additionally, avoid droning on about how “science and facts can change.” That only works if “Hey, we might be incorrect” is ever said up front.
The left, and vaccination proponents in particular, have never once admitted that they might be mistaken. In fact, there is growing evidence that they actively tried to silence anyone who disagreed with their ominous warnings.
To be clear, they might still not be mistaken. Mathematically speaking, it makes sense that as more individuals receive vaccinations, the number of vaccine-related fatalities will increase. Even if every COVID death was a recipient of immunizations, the idea that vaccinations reduce the risk of death would still stand.
There is no denying, however, that many vaccine recipients were not shielded from serious sickness and demise.
Aside from that, perception rather than facts—many of which I lack the expertise to analyze—is the main problem.
An authority figure waving his elderly finger at you and threatening your entire family with death if you don’t get the booster shot won’t make you more likely to get the shot if you are already inclined not to. It can even have the exact opposite impact.
It is more than reasonable to ask the inquiry, “Why are you so insistent that I put this foreign chemical into my body?” And given the idea that the vaccination isn’t as effective as promised, the question will only get louder.
Biden and others should at the very least stop referring to it as “the pandemic of the unvaccinated.” And I’m not the one who said it.
Here is Cynthia Cox, whose investigation led to the Post’s article:
“We can no longer claim that this is an immunization pandemic,”
I apologize, Mr. President. Just going along with science.