CDC director Walensky reveals she has not a clue about vaccines. Or anything else.

This stunning video seems like a deepfake but it’s all too real:

In an interview on Thursday morning at Washington University in St. Louis, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the director of the Centers for Disease Control, told the world that she did not know that variants might reduce the effectiveness of mRNA vaccines. Or that their protection might wane with time.

Here’s the quote, verbatim:

I can tell you where I was when the CNN feed came that it was 95 percent effective, the vaccine. So many of us wanted to be hopeful, so many of us wanted to say, okay, this is our ticket out, right, now we’re done. So I think we had perhaps too little caution and too much optimism for some good things that came our way. I really do. I think all of us wanted this to be done.

Nobody said waning, when when you know, oh this vaccine’s going to work. Oh well, maybe it’ll work - (laughs) it’ll wear off.

Nobody said what if the next variant doesn’t, it doesn’t, it’s not as potent against the next variant.

She’s right.

Nobody could possibly have known variants might be a problem -

The vaccines probably don’t work against at least one new variant and they’re going to want you to get vaccinated against next fall.

That was Jan. 20, 2021.

The Pandemic’s Wrongest Man!

Walensky clip here:

Full interview here:

Please remember all this the next time Dr. W tells you mRNA-caused myocarditis in young men is “mild” and “rare.” Or anything else.