Public health experts are warning that an Omicron variant is spreading through the North East United States and that the Vaccines may fuel new covid variants in what appears to be a shift toward medical honesty.
Ever since the push for the c-19 “vaccine” began, the world’s population has been expected to unquestioningly take an injection that has not undergone rigorous testing and has produced catastrophic symptoms and even death for users. Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of the mRNA vaccine, organized a protest in the early days of the covid vaccine rollout amid a push to mandate vaccines, acknowledging that there were risks with the shot. He said,
“If there is risk, there must be choice. This is the fundamental bedrock truth of modern bioethics. All medical procedures, vaccines, and drugs have risks. All of us have the right to understand these risks and to decide for ourselves if we willingly accept those risks. To deny this is to deny human dignity.”
Yet the global push led by organizations like the CDC, The WHO, the Medical establishment, and world governments attempted to strong-arm the world into silent acquiescence. Those who would like to be guided by information rather than propaganda are expected to shut up. They are expected to cooperate out of “love” for others. Doctors led by vaccine injury concerns, who took note when the CDC admitted the shot did not prevent transmission, have warned that the shots could be fueling infections. However, their warnings did not fit the fear narrative being spun, so they were dismissed and often labeled as untrustworthy conspiracy theorists.
One Twitter user sums it up well, noting, “Yesterday’s conspiracy theory is today’s fact. Repeated vaccination is likely abetting new variants. A year ago, a piece like this would have never appeared in the mainstream media and flagged as misinformation on Twitter. Progress.”
Yesterday's conspiracy theory is today's fact. Repeated vaccination is likely abetting new variants. A year ago, a piece like this would have never appeared in the mainstream media and flagged as misinformation on twitter. Progress. https://t.co/8gH6FG0kGc
— Rupa Subramanya (@rupasubramanya) January 1, 2023
Here is an excerpt from The Wall Street Journal, which would have previously fallen into the “misinformation category.” Stunningly it seems to take an honest look at how the shot is affecting infection rates. Apparently, those who have taken three or more doses have an infection rate almost 3.5x greater than those who altogether refused the shot:
“Are Vaccines Fueling New Covid Variants?”:
Public-health experts are sounding the alarm about a new Omicron variant dubbed XBB that is rapidly spreading across the Northeast U.S. Some studies suggest it is as different from the original Covid strain from Wuhan as the 2003 SARS virus. Should Americans be worried?
It isn’t clear that XBB is any more lethal than other variants, but its mutations enable it to evade antibodies from prior infection and vaccines as well as existing monoclonal antibody treatments. Growing evidence also suggests that repeated vaccinations may make people more susceptible to XBB and could be fueling the virus’s rapid evolution.
[…] “Such rapid and simultaneous emergence of multiple variants with enormous growth advantages is unprecedented,” a Dec. 19 study in the journal Nature notes. Under selective evolutionary pressures, the virus appears to have developed mutations that enable it to transmit more easily and escape antibodies elicited by vaccines and prior infection.
[…] XBB has evolved to elude antibodies induced by the vaccines and breakthrough infections. Hence, the Nature study suggests, “current herd immunity and BA.5 vaccine boosters may not efficiently prevent the infection of Omicron convergent variants.”
[…] A Cleveland Clinic study that tracked its healthcare workers found that bivalent vaccines reduced the risk of getting infected by 30% while the BA.5 variant was spreading. But, as the study explained, the reason might be that workers who were more cautious—i.e., more likely to wear N95 masks and avoid large gatherings—may have also been more likely to get boosted.
Notably, workers who had received more doses were at higher risk of getting sick. Those who received three more doses were 3.4 times as likely to get infected as the unvaccinated, while those who received two were only 2.6 times as likely.