Official Admits US Gov't Hoped, Not Knew, Vax Stopped Covid - Big Tech Narrative Was Wrong
Former White House Covid-19 response coordinator Deborah Birx admitted recently that the enforced narrative from government and Big Tech that Covid vaccines could stop Covid transmission was based on “hope,” not knowledge or science. Except Big Tech platforms have been censoring people for over a year for saying just that—and Big Tech is still pretending that Covid vaccines’ efficacy is settled science. I’ve been censored multiple times just on Facebook recently for posting facts about the vax, and Google-owned YouTube has had an insanely detailed Covid-19 “misinformation” policy since at least 2021.
The reality is that government and Big Tech had evidence, possibly beforehand and certainly by shortly after the Covid vaccines were rolled out, that the vaccines did not stop Covid transmission. Dr. Anthony “Science” Fauci himself gave completely contradictory messaging on this topic more than once, essentially making a liar out of himself. In 2021, he said that the vaccinated could not get infected with Covid and then that they could, with only about a month between the statements. And then by only a few months after the vax rollout, studies and datasets had evidence that the vaccines actually made the vaccinated more likely to get Covid.
This was never about “science.” The global autocracy knew that the vaccines were dangerous and ineffective, and they still do. Yet the online censorship continues because it was always about control—about imposing draconian and ever-changing measures on people while forcing them to consume or spout a certain narrative or be punished.
“[Reclaim The Net] The problems with Big Tech platforms censoring for so-called ‘misinformation’ was highlighted again in the last week when, while testifying before Congress, former White House COVID response coordinator Deborah Birx said that claims of Covid vaccines efficacy were based on ‘hope,’ not actual science.
Yet it was this supposed ‘science’ that Big Tech platforms used to censor claims about the vaccine.
For example, [on] Facebook. . .claims that the vaccinated could still spread Covid became an offense on the platform.
Birx supported her claim by citing cases of re-infection by late 2020. . .Regardless of the evidence, public health officials, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, continued promoting the idea that vaccines are 90% effective in preventing infections and transmissions, and contradicting this was banned on some social platforms. . .
‘And there was evidence [that] every four months reinfection was occurring in South Africa,’ Birx said.
Republican Rep. Jim Jordan asked: ‘When the government told us that the vaccinated couldn’t transmit [COVID-19], was that a lie or was that a guess?’
‘I think it was hope that the vaccine would work in that way,’ responded Birx. ‘And that’s why I think scientists and public health leaders always have to be at the table being very clear what we know and what we don’t know.’”
Too bad Birx wasn’t “very clear” in 2020 when people’s lives and entire national economies were being wrecked with ineffective and uproven measures like lockdowns and masking. Too bad she didn’t come out publicly against the Covid vaccine lies in 2021. As Jim Jordan said, no matter what you call the government’s claim about Covid vaccines, “it wasn’t the truth.” Birx and everyone who pushed the Covid vaccines should be ashamed of himself.