Biden Admin Knew COVID-19 Vaccines Were Ineffective: Since January 2021

Originally published June 21, 2023 8:00 pm PDT

Former CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, former NIAID Director Antony Fauci, and former NIH Director Francis Collins knew about the vaccine breakthrough infections.

  • Released emails show that former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky and former National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Francis Collins were aware of “breakthrough” COVID-19 infections as early as January 2021.
  • The information came through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
  • The email from Walensky reads, “Dear all, I had a call with Francis Collins this morning and one of the issues we discussed was that of vaccine breakthroughs.”
  • “This is clearly an important area of study and was specifically called out this week here,” the email continued, with a link to a journal article from the esteemed JAMA Network.
  • “Nancy and I discussed this briefly a few weeks ago and I understand that [redacted],” Walenskey wrote in the email, adding, “Should we discuss? What is the best next step forward? Francis is also discussing with Tony,” referring to former National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director Antony Fauci.
  • In March 2021, Walensky said those vaccinated against COVID-19 “don’t carry the virus” and “don’t get sick.”
  • American Faith reported that at another time, Walensky said vaccines cannot “prevent transmission.”
  • Similar comments were made by Fauci, who initially stated that vaccines are “really, really good against variants.”
  • Fauci later backtracked and said COVID viruses present “in the nasopharynx of a person who’s vaccinated and infected is the same level as the level of virus in the nasopharynx of an unvaccinated person.”
  • COVID vaccines have been linked to several diseases and health issues, including Type 1 Diabetes.
  • A woman who had “no medical history of diabetes” developed severe diabetes symptoms after receiving a COVID jab, according to a case report published in the Journal of Korean Medical Science.
  • While the authors “could not confirm the objective causal relationship” between type 1 diabetes and the coronavirus vaccine, they admitted there was “a strong link” between the two.
  • “We hope to raise awareness of this potential adverse consequence and recommend careful monitoring after vaccination in patients even without a medical history of diabetes,” the authors wrote.