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Biden’s Lie About Federal Vaccine Mandate is So Ridiculous It Was Even Debunked by the CDC

    Joe Biden delivered an address on Covid-19 and vaccine mandates on Wednesday that was filled with gibberish and outright lies. As Biden touted his blatantly unconstitutional federal vaccine mandates, he referred to the debunked lie that vaccines ‘stop the spread.’  Watch:

    “We’re making sure healthcare workers are vaccinated because if you seek care at a healthcare facility, you should have the certainty that the people providing that care are protected from COVID and cannot spread it to you,” Biden claimed.

    It is important to note that this is an outright lie. It is not a misstatement. Biden read it off the teleprompter and it is a deliberate lie to mislead the American people into taking the vaccines, regardless of individual risks.

    The CDC Director admitted a month ago that the Covid vaccines don’t prevent the spread of the virus.

    “Our vaccines are working exceptionally well,” Walensky claimed. “They continue to work well for Delta with regard to severe illness and death, they prevent it. But what they can’t do anymore is prevent transmission.”

    The viral loads in the vaccinated and unvaccinated have proven to be similar, as the CDC stated in a document released in July.

    “Today, some of those data were published in CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), demonstrating that Delta infection resulted in similarly high SARS-CoV-2 viral loads in vaccinated and unvaccinated people,” the CDC report said. “High viral loads suggest an increased risk of transmission and raised concern that, unlike with other variants, vaccinated people infected with Delta can transmit the virus.”

    Since then, Covid vaccines have themselves become a major driver of the Delta variant.

    “[S]tate-level data shows that milder breakthrough cases that do not result in hospitalization are on the rise among the fully vaccinated as virus transmission increases and vaccine efficacy decreases,” Roll Call noted in mid-September. “And they’re expected to keep increasing.”

    There is also the issue of natural immunity, which the Biden administration refuses to acknowledge, but nevertheless possesses scientific evidence to support.

    “This study demonstrated that natural immunity confers longer lasting and stronger protection against infection, symptomatic disease and hospitalization caused by the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2, compared to the BNT162b2 two-dose vaccine-induced immunity,” an Israeli study’s conclusions read.

    The CDC’s own figures estimate that at least 120 million Americans had been infected with Covid-19 by the end of May, thus possessing superior natural immunity. That figure can be projected to be at least 150 million currently, due to the Delta variant wave and the estimate that there are four cases for every one reported.

    Thus, even as the survival rate for Covid-19 stands at 99.7%, the case fatality rate is likely to be much lower than is reported: It is approximately 0.5%. The great majority of Americans who got Covid didn’t even know they had it. Therefore, it is highly questionable that they need vaccines, particularly if they can produce antibodies.

    Furthermore, at least four times that U.S. government officials lied to the American people that there would not be federal vaccine mandates because they are unethical or otherwise not the role of government.

    The President of the United States thus lied, and continues to lie, about the efficacy and necessity of the vaccines, even as the death toll for 2021 from Covid-19 recently passed that for all of 2020.


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