Politicians and their fellow media loudspeakers continue to go crazy over the COVID-19 pandemic and the Delta variant and yet China claims they have no cases related to the virus. Why is this?
The Jerusalem Post writes:
DESPITE MAJOR American media claiming that the rise in cases is primarily in states with low vaccination levels, in fact there are large numbers of cases in many states across the political and vaccination spectrum. This is because the US doesn’t want to have a healthy media discussion, with actual experts, about what is going on.
Some media in the US prefer a simple conclusion, blaming unvaccinated areas for why the pandemic isn’t over, and concluding that “in the United States, this pandemic could be almost over.” There’s no evidence it could be over, because with the exception of China, where there are almost no cases, most of the world is seeing the pandemic continue. Countries with the highest vaccination rates, including the UK, Israel and the US, continue to have rising cases. High profile cases of vaccinated people getting Covid are beginning to break through into media, with cases like the UK’s health secretary. This has led to discussion about what these “breakthrough” cases are.
The vaccines the Democrats and the media demand all Americans take are ineffective. The Jerusalem Post again writes:
Some 143 Israelis were hospitalized with COVID-19 as of Wednesday at 12 p.m., according to the Health Ministry. Fifty-eight percent of them were vaccinated, 39% were not and 3% were partially vaccinated, meaning they had taken one dose or a full week had not passed since their second shot.
We’re hearing this same scenario around the world (except in China).
The corrupt Democrat White House claims the unvaccinated are to blame for the increase in individuals with the virus. This was echoed across the airwaves as well yet there is no evidence for this. No one can definitively say that an unvaccinated person is the cause for their catching the virus. It’s impossible.
In England, more people died with COVID who had the vaccine than those who didn’t have it.
More vaccinated people are dying of COVID than unvaccinated people, according to a recent report from Public Health England (PHE). The report shows that 163 of the 257 people (63.4%) who died within 28 days of a positive COVID test between February 1 and June 21, had received at least one dose of the vaccine.
Now the CDC says the Delta variant is worse than COVID:
The CDC warned House lawmakers Thursday that the new delta variant sweeping across the country is as contagious as chickenpox, has a longer transmission window than the original Covid-19 strain and may make older people sicker, even if they’ve been fully vaccinated, according to a copy of the document reviewed by CNBC and authenticated by the U.S. agency.
Delta, now in at least 132 countries and already the dominant form of the disease in the United States, is more transmissible than the common cold, the 1918 Spanish flu, smallpox, Ebola, and MERS and SARS, two diseases also caused by coronaviruses, according to the document. Only measles appears to spread faster than the variant.
Fully vaccinated individuals have died from COVID and so the CDC says we need more mask mandates.
Separately, the CDC has said that 5,914 fully vaccinated people have been hospitalized or died with Covid infections as of July 19, the most recent data available. Breakthrough cases, which occur in the fully vaccinated, happen more frequently in congregate settings, and in groups at risk of primary vaccine failure, according to the document.
Health officials also said federal and state leaders should consider vaccine mandates, particularly for health-care workers, universal masking and other community mitigation strategies. President Joe Biden announced on Thursday his administration would require federal workers to prove their vaccination status or submit to a series of rigorous safety protocols.
Maybe the CDC should ask China what they are doing to contain COVID in their country? Which entity shares more truth the CDC or China?
Hat tip Kevin Moncla