Video circulating on social media shows various U.S. leaders claiming that the Covid-19 vaccine is effective at blocking transmission of the virus, then reversing their position.
- A video posted to Twitter shows a compilation of Joe Biden, Bill Gates, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, and NIAID Director Anthony Fauci incorrectly stating that Covid-19 vaccines are effective at preventing infection and transmission of the coronavirus, including variants.
- The video then shows a compilation of the same individuals (excluding Biden) reversing their stance, correctly admitting that the experimental Covid-19 vaccine does not prevent infection or transmission of Covid-19.
- “You’re not gonna get COVID if you have these vaccinations,” says Biden in the video, as he encourages the audience to take the jab.
- “Vaccinated people do not carry the virus,” Walensky says, “[they] don’t get sick.” But later in the video, she’s shown admitting that “what [the vaccines] can’t do anymore is prevent transmission.”
- “[Vaccines] are really, really good against variants,” states Fauci in the video, adding that “When people are vaccinated, they can feel safe that they are not going to get infected.” However, Fauci later confesses that COVID 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.”
- “Everyone who takes the vaccine is not just protecting themselves, but reducing their transmission to other people and allowing society to get back to normal,” Gates is seen claiming, only later admitting that vaccines “only slightly reduce transmission” and that “We need a new way of doing the vaccine.”
- Australia’s chief pharmacist says the public “just need to accept” they will have to take regular vaccine booster shots and continue wearing masks for “many years” to come, reports Summit News.
- Pfizer’s booster protection against symptoms drops as low as 35% after 10 weeks, according to The Daily Mail.