More humiliation for Anthony Fauci and vaccine advocates
They promised a booster would work - despite obvious evidence it wouldn't. Not years ago. Months ago. Sometimes WEEKS ago. Don't let them gaslight you. Don't let them forget.
In August, when Israel became the first country to push Covid vaccine boosters, I warned that the evidence for them verged on nonexistent and they were unlikely to last more than a few months:
This was, to say the least, not the consensus view in the elite media or the public health establishment.
Lots of vaccines required boosters, they said! A third dose several months out simply fixed the rushed scheduling of the second dose, they said!
And no one pushed this view more aggressively than Dr. Anthony Fauci - who went so far as to promise that the third dose would do what the first two had not and confer long-lasting immunity:
Those stories are from early September.
And America’s Doctor (TM) got his way. Within weeks regulators had approved boosters - and as the fall went on they opened the spigots ever-wider.
Needless to say the media asked its usual critical questions. (Have a barf bag handy as you scroll.)
(Or not. They just might not.)
(Half the headline was true, which is way above average for The Atlantic.)
(How about never? Does never work for you?)
The Wall Street Journal:
(No you shouldn’t.)
(Answer: they don’t.)
I could do this all day, but you get the point. The best part is this genius-level geniusness continued pretty much until last week, in the face of massive epidemiological evidence of vaccine collapse, when PFIZER ITSELF pulled the plug.
Yes, the media lies have gotten so bad that the company had no choice but to tell the truth.
Which is a victory of sorts, I guess.
Again, though, it’s not like anyone could have seen this coming;