Dr. Fauci admitted that the “best vaccination is to get infected yourself” despite years of pushing the COVID-19 vaccine over natural immunity methods

Despite now having spent multiple years pushing the COVID-19 vaccines on the US as if they are somehow superior to natural herd immunity methods, Dr. Fauci does not actually believe that they are.

An old interview with Fauci has resurfaced in which he clearly and unequivocally states that the “best vaccination is to get infected yourself.”

“If she got the flu for 14 days, she’s as protected as anyone can be, because the best vaccination is to get infected yourself,” Fauci says.

“If she really has the flu, she definitely doesn’t need a flu vaccine. She doesn’t need it, the most potent vaccination is getting infected yourself,” he continues.

He may have been talking about the flu, but COVID-19 is so similar to the flu specifically, and it’s common knowledge that for most if not all diseases, the best way to inoculate oneself is through catching it–after all, the vast majority of vaccines include a small portion of the virus they attempt to protect against to introduce it to your immune system.


In fact, studies have already shown that this is just as true for COVID-19 as it is for anything. Your natural level of antibodies against COVID-19 are highest if you have been infected without having received a vaccine.

This gives you better immunity than someone who has been vaccinated even four times, as Fauci and Biden can both attest to themselves.

However, receiving the experimental mRNA vaccines also decreases the amount of antibodies you receive upon being infected. Meaning that if you have been infected after being vaccinated, your chances of reinfection are actually higher than those of someone unvaccinated who has been infected once.

Yet despite all of this, and despite Fauci clearly being aware of the principle, he still pushed these vaccines on the public from the moment they began to roll out. And now, a vast portion of the nation and of the world is less “immune” than they would have been had they just gotten infected in the first place.

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