Vaccines are failing against the Delta Variant
Updates from October 19, 2021 with Dr. Peter McCullough, MD.
CDC as of October 12, 2021 reported:
Over 30,000 fully vaccinated Americans have been hospitalized or died. Of that group, 23% are deaths.
The vaccines appear to be failing against the Delta Variant.
- 16,000 deaths after the vaccines.
- 250,000 hospitalizations, urgent care visits, office visits after the vaccines.
- 20,000 Americans permanently disabled after the vaccines.
CDC, NIH, FDA and White House Task Forces have a strong preference for a vaccine-only strategy to handle the pandemic.
There is a willful disregard of natural immunity.
Dr. McCullough, “My interpretation of the data is that SARS CoV2 (COVID-19) has immunity very similar to SARS-1– which is permanent and complete immunity, just like chicken pox and mumps. Once we get these illnesses we don’t get them a second time.”
False positive PCR: Once a person has COVID-19 they can intermittently test positive on the PCR test for months afterwards.
Natural immunity is a one-and-done phenomenon and is basically permanent. It is infinitely better than vaccines.
Vaccines have largely failed compared to natural immunity. There is not a single case of natural immunity failure. Remember over 30,000 fully vaccinated Americans have been hospitalized or died.
Delta Variant is Thriving
Dr. McCullough stated, “The vaccines created a very narrow immunity in a large number of people. Because the vaccines were over applied, we created way too many people with the same immunity. That promoted the emergence of the Delta Variant. We always had 6 to 12 different variants now we have a single dominant strain. Delta is 99% of cases and it thrives in the vaccinated.”
Large viral loads have been shown to be present in the vaccinated population. Vaccines have made the pandemic worse, as shown in multiple studies.
Vaccines Make this Virus Worse
The vaccines have failed against Delta. Delta has achieved antigenic escape. The CDC calls it vaccine break through.
“While moderating the symptoms of infection, the jab allows vaccinated individuals to carry unusually high viral loads without becoming ill at first, potentially transforming them into presymptomatic superspreaders.
This phenomenon may be the source of the shocking post-vaccination surges in heavily vaccinated populations globally.” Peter McCullough
CDC: Fully vaccinated people who get a Covid-19 breakthrough infection can transmit the virus, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Thursday.
Pay Attention to Early Symptoms
The Delta variant seems to be working slightly differently. People may have sniffles, sneezing and congestion and think they’ve just got a cold or allergies. Watch for the typical symptoms but pay attention to headaches and sore throats. Aches and pains, fever, and a dry cough are also common. Brain fog
The R.1 Variant
In Kentucky the R.1 Variant spread through a nursing home of fully vaccinated people and was lethal on the spot. “We should never have mass vaccinated right into a pandemic because there is too much prevalent disease around. We are just inviting a new strain of the virus to potentially be more virulent.”
The R.1 variant originated in Japan, and contains dangerous mutations that can improve “transmission, replication, and immune suppression,” reported Forbes.
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