Fauci Admits Vaccines Not Very Effective in Stopping COVID

Dr. Anthony Fauci made an admission that I never thought I would hear him make.

Fauci has advocated for vaccinations and boosters, even for those that have had COVID.

Yet, he just admitted that the vaccine does not perform “overly well” against stopping the virus.


We know for a fact that natural antibodies are far more effective than the vaccine at stopping the virus.

Yet, Fauci has long advocated for even those that have had the virus to take the booster.

The government claims that the vaccine boosts natural immunity, but there simply has not been enough time to clinically verify that as a fact.

Studies like that would probably take upwards of a decade for solid data to back that up.

Many of the people that do not want to take the vaccine have had COVID, especially in the military, but now they are all getting separated or taken off their duty station.

Why is that when the vaccine does not stop infection?

And hey, don’t take my word for it… get it right from Fauci…

This was about submission, and nothing more.

Our government has a lot of explaining to do.

Source: Fox News

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