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Sunday, April 14, 2024

Birx Admits She ‘Doesn’t Know’ if Government Lied about COVID

'All I know is there was evidence from the global pandemic that natural reinfection was occurring... '

(Chris Parker, Headline USA) Deborah Birx, the physician and diplomat who served as the White House coronavirus response coordinator, recently admitted that she can’t confirm whether the government was being honest about the COVID vaccines’ efficacy in 2021.

The vaccines were touted by the federal government (along with several state governments) as being a “safe and effective” means of combating COVID-19 infections, reported Just the News.

However, breakthrough infections continued to mount, leading to increased hospitalizations across the world, including among those who had been vaccinated. The mainstream media has tried to cover for that fact by claiming that there are multiple “factors at play.”

That led Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, to ask Birx if government officials were either lying or guessing. She simply responded with, “I don’t know.” She was among several officials who touted the vaccines as safe and effective.

“All I know is there was evidence from the global pandemic that natural reinfection was occurring, and since the vaccine was based on natural immunity, you cannot make the conclusion that the vaccine will do better than natural infection,” she continued.

The vaccine manufacturers have responded to increased infections among the vaccinated by releasing boosters. They currently recommend four booster shots and now say that they will likely need to be administered annually.

Several physicians and scientists have accused the government of spreading misinformation about COVID-19 and its vaccines. Those physicians were often threatened with having their licenses revoked and their reputations ruined.

Many of those same healthcare professionals also determined that the damage caused by the lock downs and mask mandates was likely more severe than the virus, especially for children.

COVID-19 infections have surged in some of the most vaccinated states. The government insists that the vaccine is meant to mitigate the severity of infections rather than stop them. However, hospitalizations in those states have also surged.

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