September 25, 2022
When is enough, enough? You took the first two injections, and now your job requires you to take a booster shot. For what? We knew early on in the injection campaign that vaccines do not prevent you from COVID-19 disease. The CDC states: “Beginning May 1, 2021, CDC transitioned from monitoring all reported COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough infections to investigating only those among patients who are hospitalized or die, thereby focusing on the cases of highest clinical and public health significance.”
Public significance?! Interesting, they would choose those words. Did the public not deserve to know that their novel technology and biological agent rolled out to millions of people was failing?
Then why were thousands of places set up across the country, and people were encouraged or required to test asymptomatic people and tell them to isolate for 10-14 days because of a positive result if they had no symptoms? People were also encouraged to tell all of their “close contacts” (Someone who was less than 6 feet away from an infected person (laboratory-confirmed or a clinical diagnosis) for a total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period (for example, three separate 5-minute exposures for a total of 15 minutes), they were positive.
In the history of medicine, we have NEVER encouraged people to test for a disease they had no symptoms for. How was THIS significant to the public, and WHY NOW? It wasn’t. It only produced more fear and isolated and divided people, who increased the stress response to a population already restricting their breathing by wearing useless pieces of cloth over their airways.
Did you know that the injection didn’t stop transmission in the clinical trials before they mass-injected and mass-mandated Americans to take an experimental drug? No! They wouldn’t and couldn’t have known that. Why? Because they rushed the vaccine to market and slapped a EUA on it with only a couple of months of research and data! The short duration of the clinical trials was enough for many people to refuse the injection altogether. Still, the majority trusted their medical professionals to follow the science, which, by and large, never bothered actually to read it.
A total of 10,262 SARS-CoV-2 vaccine breakthrough infections had been reported from 46 U.S. states and territories as of April 30, 2021. Among these cases, 6,446 (63%) occurred in females, and the median patient age was 58 years (interquartile range = 40–74 years). Based on preliminary data, 2,725 (27%) vaccine breakthrough infections were asymptomatic, 995 (10%) patients were known to be hospitalized, and 160 (2%) patients died. Among the 995 hospitalized patients, 289 (29%) were asymptomatic or hospitalized for a reason unrelated to COVID-19. The median age of patients who died was 82 years (interquartile range = 71–89 years); 28 (18%) decedents were asymptomatic or died from a cause unrelated to COVID-19.
Let’s break this down. Within four months of the mass injection campaign, approximately 10% of people hospitalized with a positive covid test result were fully vaccinated. Out of those, 29% had no symptoms or were in the hospital unrelated to covid but nonetheless were reported to the state as a covid admission which completely skewed the numbers and raised fear in the community that covid was causing people to be hospitalized.
As a hospital supervisor, we reported at the end of every shift how many positive covid patients we had to the EMResource database, which gives comprehensive views of local, state, and regional resources. I can assure you there were no designations to input how many patients were covid positive but asymptomatic or for reasons other than covid. Instead, these positive people were put on covid precautions, isolated and the world had no idea.
Furthermore, the ones who died asymptomatic or unrelated to covid are still, to this day, lumped in with the million or so people that have died of covid in the United States. If we were to extrapolate this data, that would mean we should subtract 18% of deaths in America from that number. That should get your wheels spinning on how inaccurate covid deaths accounting is. Not to mention that the average age of people dying in the hospital was 71-89 years old and the average age of people going to the hospital was 40-74. Aren’t those the average ages of people dying or in the hospital normally? Why the push to inject our children and young adults, then?
If you were inclined to research further, CDC says, “Additional information and resources to help public health departments and laboratories investigate and report COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough cases are available at https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/health-departments/breakthrough-cases.html. But that link is broken and gives you an “Oops!
We can’t seem to find the page you were looking for. Please try our search or A-Z index.” So, good luck finding it. Guess when they said they would stop tracking breakthrough infections, a.k.a how the vaccine failed, they meant it.
That study was completed nearly 18 months ago. Since then, the data and evidence point to the deleterious effects of the so-called vaccine and public health issues created by our government, with its one size fits all approach to this “pandemic.”
In this episode of America Out Loud PULSE, two nurses discuss how their ethical principles were compromised and break down how the healthcare system has failed the people it vowed to serve and protect over the last two and a half years, using critical thinking. They are disgusted at the medical community’s position in allowing these mandates to take root and shape while humanity continues to suffer. Nurses have been voted as the nation’s most trusted profession for 20 years in a row, and now we’ve created a society that is afraid to go to the hospital.
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