On January 11th, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky testified before the Senate Health Committee that Covid-19 vaccines are “incredibly safe” and “effective.” She tried to assure the Senate that the jabs protect against Omicron and Delta variants, however, it is clear that she lied.
This doesn’t just suggest that there is a strong negative efficacy for the vaccines, it suggests they are causing antibody dependent enhancement, a phenomenon where antibodies can enhance virus entry and replication in cells.
The antibodies generated during an immune response recognise and bind to a pathogen, but they are unable to prevent infection. Instead, these antibodies act as a “Trojan horse,” allowing the pathogen to get into cells and exacerbate the immune response.
The result is often more severe illness than if the person had been unvaccinated, and this is precisely what we are now seeing with official figures from Scotland.
Every week, Public Health Scotland (PHS) publishes a Covid-19 & Winter Statistical Report filled with data on the vaccination status of all recorded Covid-19 cases, hospitalisations and deaths, and the revelations are shocking.
The most recent report shows that there is a clear rate of negative efficacy for the vaccines. Immunity in the vaccinated is on the decline, whilst the unvaccinated have the lowest rates of infection.
In Scotland, the overall number of omicron reports is reducing, but cases are still highest among both the double and triple vaccinated. Meanwhile, cases among the unvaccinated have been decreasing rapidly.
It can’t be argued that this is to be expected because more people are vaccinated, because PHS provide us with the age standardised case-rates, and they are lowest among the unvaccinated, and highest among the double vaccinated, with the triple vaccinated not lagging far behind.
Those who are triple-vaccinated via the booster shot are no more protected than the double or single-vaccinated. It appears as though only the unvaccinated are protected against infection as their immune systems are still intact.
The data shows that the vaccinated population are clearly not protected against hospitalisation either.
The triple vaccinated accounted for the majority of Covid-19 hospitalisations each week between 25th Dec 21 and 21st Jan 22, with the double vaccinated not lagging far behind.
Again the data shows that this isn’t to be expected because PHS provide us with the age-standardised hospitalisation rates per 100,000 individuals which have been highest among the fully vaccinated since at least the 1st Jan 22.
This trend is not limited to just Scotland. Data from the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) shows much of the same, especially problems occurring within the fully vaccinated. The data is showing that the more vaccines a person takes, the worse off they are.