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When mainstream news outlets are beginning not just to question the COVID vaccines but outright call the government’s PR push for the boosters misleading (as The Wall Street Journal recently did in a piece titled “The Deceptive Campaign for Bivalent Covid Booster”), you know people are finally waking up. Of course, you’ll always have the Joe Scarboroughs of the world who lament that their most recent bout of COVID was because they didn’t get the latest shot. Still, most are realizing the inherent weaknesses of the jabs. Variants arise quicker than scientists can churn out new vaccines, antibodies wane quickly, and research indicates our immune systems have been “hard-wired” to respond to the original strain that is essentially gone. 

If that’s not convincing enough, let’s check in on what one recent research paper says…from none other than Dr. Anthony Fauci himself. 

In a paper highlighted by COVID contrarian Alex Berenson, Fauci, along with two other co-authors, makes some very eye-opening statements about the problems with vaccines—including the COVID ones—for common respiratory viruses. 

As of 2022, after more than 60 years of experience with influenza vaccines, very little improvement in vaccine prevention of infection has been noted. As pointed out decades ago, and still true today, the rates of effectiveness of our best approved influenza vaccines would be inadequate for licensure for most other vaccine-preventable diseases.

Even decades-long efforts to develop better, so-called “universal” influenza vaccines—vaccines that would create more broadly protective immunity, preferably lasting over longer time periods —have not yet resulted in next-generation, broadly protective vaccines, although a large number of experimental vaccines are in preclinical or early clinical development. 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the rapid development and deployment of SARS-CoV-2 vaccines has saved innumerable lives and helped to achieve early partial pandemic control. However, as variant SARS-CoV-2 strains have emerged, deficiencies in these vaccines reminiscent of influenza vaccines have become apparent. The vaccines for these two very different viruses have common characteristics: they elicit incomplete and short-lived protection against evolving virus variants that escape population immunity.

Considering that vaccine development and licensure is a long and complex process requiring years of preclinical and clinical safety and efficacy data, the limitations of influenza and SARS-CoV-2 vaccines remind us that candidate vaccines for most other respiratory viruses have to date been insufficiently protective for consideration of licensure, including candidate vaccines against RSV, a major killer of infants and the elderly, parainfluenzaviruses, endemic coronaviruses, and many other “common cold” viruses that cause significant morbidity and economic loss. (Cell Host & Microbe)

The paper's conclusion also drops a bombshell, admitting such vaccines have been a complete "failure." 

Past unsuccessful attempts to elicit solid protection against mucosal respiratory viruses and to control the deadly outbreaks and pandemics they cause have been a scientific and public health failure that must be urgently addressed. We are excited and invigorated that many investigators and collaborative groups are rethinking, from the ground up, all of our past assumptions and approaches to preventing important respiratory viral diseases and working to find bold new paths forward.

As Berenson points out, Fauci played a major role in pushing these mRNA vaccines on the entire world after just a short time of testing. And now? 

"He’s not excluding the mRNAs from 'past unsuccessful attempts' that 'have been a public health failure.' He’s not saying they can form the basis for 'bold new paths,' Berenson wrote"He’s washing his hands of them - and whatever the long-term consequences of their failed effort to rewire the immune system may be." 




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