Using the CDC’s own numbers and reports from The New York Times, Dr. Meryl Nass points out what many are missing: While 77% of Americans dutifully took their first shot, 15% of those never went back for a second one.
When added to the 18% who never got the first shot, that makes 29% who didn’t get “fully” vaxxed — EXCEPT, as Nass points out, the CDC numbers are estimated, not exact. “Why does the CDC use the word ‘about’ when it has a record of every single vaccinated American?” Nass asks.
Then, using a map designed by the Times showing the number who took the booster shots, Nass asks a second question: “Why didn’t the NYT use additional colors for counties where over 35% or over 40% were boosted? Are there none? If so, the total boosted in the U.S. may be less than 30%.”
The numbers are telling if you truly examine them, Nass points out, and, she says, “Now the 65% of us that are awake need to save the preschoolers from these fiendish shots. FDA has set aside several days in June for advisory committee meetings on shots for toddlers and babies. We must stop the carnage before the vaccines are authorized for the tiniest Americans. “ read more