The UK Prime Minister admitted that the COVID-19 vaccines don’t work as initially advertised.
United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted on video that the COVID-19 vaccines do not prevent individuals from catching or spreading coronavirus.
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson just admitted that the COVID-19 vaccines available in the country do not prevent individuals from spreading or catching coronavirus. This comes as the United Kingdom is contemplating a vaccine passport to enter various public places, including night clubs.
Before the shocking admission, the UK PM claimed that the vaccine provides “a lot of protection against serious illness and death.” However, he ultimately conceded that the vaccine “doesn’t protect you against catching the disease, and it doesn’t protect you from passing it on.” Johnson, who has grown highly unpopular due to his handling of COVID-19, added “so now, it’s time to get you a booster.”
Many people falsely believe that the COVID-19 vaccine prevents the transmission of coronavirus despite evidence indicating that it doesn’t, even refuting frequent statements made by health officials confirming the same. This comes as people continue to be infected with COVID-19 despite being vaccinated.
As National File reported, the CDC director admitted this in August: “Walensky said that the controversial vaccines are working ‘exceptionally well’ at keeping people from experiencing severe illness and death after they contract COVID-19, but admits, ‘what they can’t do anymore is prevent transmission.’ She then urged the vaccinated to go back to wear masks.”
During a CNN Town Hall with Anderson Cooper, Joe Biden yesterday mocked Americans who want the freedom to not be injected with a vaccine that does not prevent them from catching or spreading coronavirus.
“Freedom!” Biden said, mocking Americans. “I have the freedom to kill you with my COVID. No, I mean, come on! Freedom?”
Biden’s rhetoric appears to contradict Johnson’s, as the President appears to be suggesting that unvaccinated people pose a risk to others, despite vaccination failing to prevent the transmission of COVID-19.
Given that the vaccine does not prevent transmission of COVID-19, the CDC is considering changing the guidelines of what it means to be “fully vaccinated” in an effort to push “booster” shots.
“Right now, we don’t have booster eligibility for all people, currently, so we are going to, we have not yet changed the definition of fully vaccinated. We will continue to look at this. We may need to update our definition of fully vaccinated in the future. But right now, what I would say is if you’re eligible for a booster, go ahead and get your booster. And we will continue to follow,” said CDC Director Rochelle Walensky.
Despite widespread vaccination and claims it will keep people from suffering serious COVID-19 symptoms, over 40% of people who recently died of the virus in the state of Maryland were “fully vaccinated” against the virus, according to former CDC Director Robert Redfield.
“A lot of times people may feel it’s a rare event that fully vaccinated people die. I happen to be the senior advisor to Governor Hogan in the state of Maryland. In the last 6-8 weeks, more than 40 percent of people who died in Maryland were fully vaccinated,” Redfield said in response to the death of Colin Powell.