Biden promised 1 year ago today shots would prevent COVID

It was one year ago today when President Biden promised Americans that if they got vaccinated they would not contract COVID-19.

‘You’re OK, you’re not going to get COVID if you have these vaccinations’

Art Moore
WND News Center

It was one year ago today when President Biden promised Americans that if they got vaccinated they would not contract COVID-19.


On Thursday, after four COVID-19 shots, the White House announced that the president had tested positive for the disease and was experiencing mild symptoms while isolating from his staff.

Nevertheless, Biden said Wednesday in response to a reporter’s question that his plan to address a rise in COVID-19 cases was that Americans should be “getting vaccinated.”

The administration finally, reluctantly, has acknowledged the shots don’t stop infection or transmission but continues to insist they prevent severe illness, hospitalization and death.

Biden’s top coronavirus adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci – who tested positive for COVID-19 last month after being quadruple vaccinated – acknowledged in a recent interview that the COVID vaccines “don’t protect overly well” from infection. But he maintained they still have virtue.

“One of the things that’s clear from the data [is] that even though vaccines – because of the high degree of transmissibility of this virus – don’t protect overly well, as it were, against infection, they protect quite well against severe disease leading to hospitalization and death,” Fauci said.

However, an analysis of Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccine trials found the mRNA shots are more likely to land a recipient in the hospital than to provide protection from a severe adverse event. The findings were similar to those of a recent pre-print analysis that found “no evidence of a reduction in overall mortality in the mRNA vaccine trials.” And a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that two doses of the mRNA vaccines increased the risk of COVID-19 infection during the omicron wave.

Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of the technology platform behind the mRNA vaccines and a leading critic of the COVID-19 shots, summarized Thursday on Gettr what current scientific research and real world data indicate.

“The highly inoculated are the ones at most risk for clinical COVID, hospitalization and death with these escape mutant variants, and they are the ones breeding the next round of escape mutants,” he wrote.

It was one year ago today when President Biden promised Americans that if they got vaccinated they would not contract COVID-19.

Dr. Harvey Risch, a professor of epidemiology at the Yale School of Public Health, said in EpochTV interview published Wednesday that the antibodies triggered by COVID-19 vaccines are interfering with people’s immune systems as newer virus variants emerge.

The White House said Biden is being treated with the antiviral drug Paxlovid, which is produced by Pfizer. Fauci said he experienced a rebound of COVID symptoms after he was treated with the drug. In fact, Pfizer’s own trial data showed the drug may not be effective for people who have received a COVID vaccine.

The Pfizer Paxlovid trial was stopped, pointed out Malone, due to a lack of efficacy in standard risk patients. Lab studies, he further noted, show coronavirus has been able to evade the drug in multiple ways.

Last fall, Risch was among scientists and physicians who said in Senate testimony that thousands of lives could have been saved if treatments such as ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine had not been suppressed.

Biden, in an effort to justify his vaccine mandates and press more people to get the shots, warned last December of “a winter of severe illness and death for the unvaccinated.” And he scolded the COVID vaccine skeptics by repeatedly declaring the nation is experiencing a “pandemic of the unvaccinated.”

Dr. Peter McCullough, a prominent cardiologist, epidemiologist and critic of the COVID vaccines, wondered Thursday how Biden will walk back that statement.

Spencer Brown, managing editor of Townhall.com, spotlighted President Biden’s tweet Thursday assuring American’s he’s “doing great” and “keeping busy.”

“I’m old enough to remember when official photos of Trump working at Walter Reed when he had COVID were called ‘propaganda’ by the mainstream media,” Brown wrote.

In his interview July 12 with Fox News’ Neil Cavuto, Fauci said that “even though [vaccination] didn’t protect me against infection, I feel confident that it made a major role in protecting me from progressing to severe disease.”

“And that’s very likely why I had a relatively mild course. So my message to people who seem confused because people who are vaccinated get infected – the answer is if you weren’t vaccinated, the likelihood [is] you would have had [a] more severe course than you did have when you were vaccinated.”

However the consensus among physicians and scientists has been that, regardless of vaccination status, the current BA.4 and BA.5 omicron subvariants, while very contagious, present with mild symptoms in most people.


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Sylvia
Sylvia
26 days ago

Biden’s statement “pandemic of the unvaccinated” is flippant and totally without credible scientific data.
The plain fact is that it is a “Pandemic of the Jabbed“. The nRNA jabs are a type of gene therapy – they certainly do not fit the definition of a ‘vaccine’.
A virus is part of nature, so are bacteria. Just as bacteria (MRSA) has defeated the once powerful antibiotics, so will the virus defeat vaccines or jabs.
Attempts to conquer nature are arrogant and delusional. They may seem to succeed for fleeting moments, but will never last. The current state of our planet is a prime example.
The jabs have serious adverse effects on the immune system. And that is merely the beginning!
Mr President, how will you walk back your idiotic accusation of those who have wisely refused the jabs? In future, stop and think before you speak!
As the US president you must revoke the 100% exemption of any and all liability to all vaccine/jab manufacturers.

Sylvia
Sylvia
26 days ago

The scientific paper below is worth reading:

“Adverse effects of COVID-19 vaccines and measures to prevent them”Kenji Yamamoto. Virol J. 2022.
Free PMC article.

This is but one of many papers.
These facts have been shared by scientists for some considerable time. Why is the US administration vilifying these scientists and stating exactly the opposite? Money????!!!!????

Sylvia
Sylvia
26 days ago

Here’s another relevant paper:

http://doi.org/10.1016/j.fct.2022.113008

“Innate immune suppression by SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccinations: The role of G-quadruplexes, exosomes, and MicroRNAs”.

People who do not catch Covid19 and remain jab-free tend to treat their body with respect and maintain a robust immune system by leading a healthy lifestyle. It sure works!

Wolfie
Wolfie
26 days ago

Sylvia, as usual, you are spot on. This whole thing is theater meant to make the pharma companies and others on top sooooo much money. And they are. The pockets are just filled with money every time someone gets the jabby, everytime a hospital reports a COVID patient, etc. Inslee is frothing at the mouth to bring back masks because.. it will mean more money because scared people will get the jabby hoping the ‘flatten the curve’. When are people going to see this cycle? This ridiculous pattern of ‘scared’ headlines and forced mandates? Please… wake up and refuse to give in to any of this this time.

Sylvia
Sylvia
25 days ago
Reply to  Wolfie

Thank you so very much Wolfie. Your wise and rational words are inspiring. Your attitude and outlook on health will hopefully be an example to many.

Amanda Blake
Amanda Blake
26 days ago

Oh please. . .He didn’t pull that out of a hat, it was most likely the information he was given by medical experts. The strains have changed, they are way more contageous and science changes. That is nothing compapred to the 30,000 actual lies told by the Donald. If Sylvia is so smart why isn’t she developing Vaccines?

Sylvia
Sylvia
25 days ago
Reply to  Amanda Blake

Ada, my response to your comment is based on your reference to my name.

  1. I do not, and will never, support the use of pharma drugs, including vaccines, in treating illnesses or diseases. There have been too many failures and little or no lasting success.
  2. I respect the human body as having the inherent natural capability to effectively interact with other natural elements, eg bacteria, viruses, etc.
  3. I believe that a healthy body houses a robust immune system that looks after the wellbeing of its terrain.
  4. I do, however, fully respect the decision made by supporters of any vaccines or pharma drugs. That is absolutely their prerogative.
  5. Mutual respect is the way civilized people should behave towards one another, irrespective of differences in opinion. Those who do not support vaccines or pharma drugs deserve equal respect for their decision.
  6. It is wrong to politicize matters that impact people’s health, such as Covid19. People’s wellbeing must always take a bipartisan approach.
  7. The facts are that natural immunity is proven to be superior to artificially induced antibodies; and that increasing numbers of jabbed people have caught Covid19, resulting in hospitals being short staffed. This is happening in countries with the highest jabs, eg US, UK, and Australia among many others.
  8. Joe Biden’s reference to the “pandemic of the unvaccinated” is not only derogatory, it has encouraged so much more divisiveness in US society. That statement has zero scientific basis, and has been derided and mocked internationally. During his election campaign he promised “to unite America”. We are waiting!

All the very best to you Ada – I sincerely  hope that you take care and remain in great health.

Wolfie
Wolfie
25 days ago
Reply to  Sylvia

You are, as always, gracious and kind.

Sylvia
Sylvia
25 days ago
Reply to  Wolfie

I truly appreciate your mindfulness Wolfie. Mutual respect generates better acceptance of diversity and peaceful conflict resolution, helping us build a more harmonious shared planet together. You most certainly epitomize all those admirable qualities.

Wolfie
Wolfie
25 days ago
Reply to  Amanda Blake

Please feel free to lay out those lies- where did you hear them? MSN? CBS? ABC? or the grandpappy, CNN? How do you know these are more contagious? Because the media told you so? The media also says that the symptoms intriguingly are pretty comparable to the common cold. I have lived with that and allergy symptoms my whole adult life. But do tell.

Sylvia
Sylvia
25 days ago

As has become obvious over decades, attemps to conquer or defeat natural elements has proven to be an exercise in futility. Remember the “War on Cancer” ? Result: abysmal failure.
Recently it is the “War on Covid”. The outcome is predictable. Latest data show a direct correlation between high jabs and high Covid19 cases, often recurrent.
The word ‘war’ inplies aggression plus destruction of an ‘enemy’. The real enemy is a self-created unhealthy lifestyle resulting in an immune system that is less than robust – rendering it vulnerable to attack. US claims to be one of the wealthiest nations. Despite all that wealth, Americans have inordinately high rates of obesity, diabetesT2, cancer, hypertension, anxiety, depression, etc. The infinite availability of pharma drugs have not succeeded in eradicating disease, let alone in healing any of these ailments. All they really do is cover up the symptoms by blocking certain pathways in the body, causing potential side effects which then need more prescription drugs!
Consequently the underlying causes remain unidentified, untreated, and proliferate. True healing never happens. 
Result: prescriptions for life. If that is your choice, It should be respected. 
Many, however, seek true healing – which means that the ailment does not recur. That choice also deserves respect.
Whilst Biden arguably was advised about ‘the pandemic of the unvaccinated’ and chose to repeat it, it is reasonable to assume (and expect) that a person in his exalted position has sufficient rationale and intelligence to assess the validity and veracity of any advice given to him. A president’s words carry a lot of weight and can influence many. They can do good but can also be detrimental. 
Vaccines, like antibiotics, will never win any ‘war’ against any natural element which will inevitably develop effective resistance by continuous mutation and other means. They probably regard the contest against these pharma drugs like a game?!
To dogmatically persist in fighting nature is wasteful. A robust immune system will always be superior in interacting with pathogens. It is inherent, since we, humans, are part of nature and always will be.
The wealth that US has should be spent on helping people learn to adopt a healthy lifestyle and thereby reduce rampant obesity, diabetesT2, hypertension, cancer, heart disease, dementia, and so many other ailments so that they can be truly healed.
Most importantly, a healthy lifestyle results in a robust immune system, and a body that not merely survives but thrives.
Many have done it with fantastic success, and more will follow.

Wolfie
Wolfie
25 days ago
Reply to  Sylvia

Case in point. A relative was diagnosed with prostate cancer- high stage prostate cancer. It was recommended to follow a strict Keto diet- 6 months later, cancer free. Child was diagnosed with asthma.. followed a strict high level Vitamin D regimine and time out doors. 3 months asthma free. Homeopathic means do work.

Sylvia
Sylvia
25 days ago
Reply to  Wolfie

Increasingly people are turning to remedies other than pharma drugs, for various reasons. Some do not like being on prescriptions for life, others do not like the side effects and the cascade of drugs to treat those side effects. If they work, that’s great – their choice should be respected. Until approx 1935 the Merck Index of Medicines consisted only of herbal (plant based) remedies. Pharma drugs then became the norm, and certainly delivered better RoI. Old copies of the Merck Index are still in libraries worldwide. Many allergies have resolved simply by consuming 100% gluten-free and zero/minimal sugary foods/drinks. It is easy to replace sufar with organic stevia. Not hard, but effective for some. Many people are not coeliacs at all, but are nevertheless quite sensitive to some of the 23,000 or so gmo’s in gluten (barley, rye, wheat). A good site:
orthomolecular.org
Its editorial members are mainly medical professionals and scientists globally.
A fantastic reference on cancer is “Cancer as a Metabolic Disease” by Professor Thomas Seyfried. It refers to findings by Otto Warburg (Nobel Laureate) that cancer cells thrive on fermentation – deprive them of that, and they will likely suffer and perish.
Worth checking out.

Jack Burton
Jack Burton
24 days ago
Reply to  Wolfie

If you get to prove homeopathy through anecdote, then yes it works wonderfully. Saying “I have an uncle with MS and it cured him….” or “my child was autistic but we cured him with colloidal silver and he is a brand new person…” or that CCT favorite “I personally know 47 people that have died from vaccines in Clark County alone…” DOESN”T MAKE THEM TRUE.
The government isn’t hiding the cure for cancer, or making us sick with chemtrails, or planting microchips in us with a vaccine. We have access to more information than ever before, but we haven’t gotten any better at interpreting it. Just because we have the internet doesn’t mean we know more than the experts. It just means we can anonymously post a bunch of claims with no evidence On this website alone I have seen everyday citizens claim they know more about epidemiology than the experts (I saw a video! Do your research! The virus isn’t real! The vaccine is the mark of the beast!), laypeople claim they know the Constitution better than the Supreme Court (They should just throw out the election and name Trump winner despite evidence! Mandates are unconstitutional even though we’ve had them since the early 20th century!), and of course the people with no background in history or politics deciding who the REAL Republicans are (they compromised with the other party and actually legislated? RINO! They believe in fiscal responsibility, personal accountability, conservative moral values, but they don’t believe the election was stolen? RINO!)
Sometimes our side loses. We don’t need a conspiracy theory to explain every instance of things not going our way. That’s life. As an addendum, after reading a multitude of Sylvia’s posts I suspect she may be influenced by this guy: https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/NaturalNews

Wolfie
Wolfie
24 days ago
Reply to  Jack Burton

Saying a relative was cured from prostate cancer without using pharmas is a fact. As you don’t know my relatives, how can you say its not true? How can anything you just ranted about be true? We are simply musing there is more out there to heal then pharma drugs. How do you know anything you have said.. election, virus, etc is true or not true? The ‘experts’ have been proven wrong on many things. Information is always coming to light. Not once did I mention a conspiracy theory. You just jump and attack like a couple others around the block. Each to their own opinions and experiences. My experience has been natural healing, natural immunity works better for me then any other drug in most instances. I stand by my statement- Homeopathic means do work and have worked for me and many others. You do you.. I will do me. Simple.

Jack Burton
Jack Burton
24 days ago
Reply to  Wolfie

Everything you say on here may be a fact. The Keto diet may in fact cure late stage prostate cancer as you mentioned. Vitamin D and fresh air may cure asthma. My point wasn’t that you, who shared with us that the Keto diet cures prostate cancer and Vitamin D and time outside cures asthma, weren’t telling the truth. My point is that something isn’t true just because someone says it. My apologies if you feel I attacked you. I disagree with you, in this instance about homeopathy in general and the Keto diet curing late stage prostate cancer specifically, but it wasn’t my intention to go after you specifically. It was more the idea that people musing on internet chat boards should be given the same credence as experts in the field and actual evidence that sticks in my craw. I vented on it, and again my apologies if I came across as ant-Wolfie rather than anti-“I watched YouTube so I know more than everyone else in the world about everything” as I intended.

Wolfie
Wolfie
23 days ago
Reply to  Jack Burton

Thank you for your reply. What I stated about the keto diet and the asthma relief was only examples of what truly did happen in my own family. It was never intended to be taken as gospel for every person. I appreciate your sincere reply. I do understand your perspective. Thank you again.

Sylvia
Sylvia
18 days ago
Reply to  Wolfie

Reply to Wolfie:
Until the mid-1930’s there were no pharma drugs. Plant-based remedies were the norm, as documented in the Merck Manual dating way back to 1899. Old copies are still in some libraries and also available for sale. It sure is incredible. Many of these are reflected in Ayurveda, Homeopathy, TCM, and many other ancient remedies. Many are being used today. As they say: history often repeats itself. Since you mentioned prostate health, you probably know that Serenoa Repens, known as Saw Palmetto, is today very commonly used to maintain prostate health – even globally recommended by allopathic MDs (yes, you read that right). Natures Sunshine is a US based company that makes many products like this and is hugely respected worldwide.
Saw Palmetto is often combined with lycopene, high in cooked organic tomaties. It works a treat for many men to prevent prostate enlargement, from 30 years plus, no side effects identified to date. Some may dismiss these results as ‘anecdotal’; that’s fine; the people who use it share what they experience in a body that they own. There is nothing wrong with that. RCT clinical trial data are so easily manipulated, sometimes that raises concerns. Anecdotal data is a person’s real experience. One thing to consider, though, is that each person’s biochemistry is unique. Hence healing is best achieved in a “personalized treatment” approach. What works for some may not work for others. Both should be accepted and genuinely respected. There is no need to criticize or vent or lash out at those who are different. Wolfie, you have shown high levels of cognitive flexibility in your posts. Congratulations, it is a quality that many seem to be sadly deficient in.
Many thanks to this forum for facilitating diverse opinions and for sharing enlightening articles that are rarely seen anywhere else.

Sylvia
Sylvia
23 days ago
Reply to  Wolfie

Your equanimity, objectivity, rationale, courtesy, self-confidence and openness to different viewpoints are evident in your comments. Admirable qualities, Wolfie. The environment in science/academia is like that most of the time, but we do have our moments! Labs with mass spec, nmr, fmri, etc, and endless petrie dishes help us confirm what is correct (until proven wrong!). Thank you for sharing some of your thoughts – we can always learn from others, irrespective of their values and opinions.

Sylvia
Sylvia
18 days ago
Reply to  Sylvia

Until the mid-1930’s there were no pharma drugs. Plant-based remedies were the norm, as documented in the Merck Manual dating way back to 1899. Old copies are still in some libraries and also available for sale. It sure is incredible. Many of these are reflected in Ayurveda, Homeopathy, TCM, and many other ancient remedies. Many are being used today. As they say: history often repeats itself. Since you mentioned prostate health, you probably know that Serenoa Repens, known as Saw Palmetto, is today very commonly used to maintain prostate health – even globally recommended by allopathic MDs (yes, you read that right). Natures Sunshine is a US based company that makes many products like this and is hugely respected worldwide.
Saw Palmetto is often combined with lycopene, high in cooked organic tomaties. It works a treat for many men to prevent prostate enlargement, from 30 years plus, no side effects identified to date. Some may dismiss these results as ‘anecdotal’; that’s fine; the people who use it share what they experience in a body that they own. There is nothing wrong with that. RCT clinical trial data are so easily manipulated, sometimes that raises concerns. Anecdotal data is a person’s real experience. One thing to consider, though, is that each person’s biochemistry is unique. Hence healing is best achieved in a “personalized treatment” approach. What works for some may not work for others. Both should be accepted and genuinely respected. There is no need to criticize or vent or lash out at those who are different. Wolfie, you have shown high levels of cognitive flexibility in your posts. Congratulations, it is a quality that many seem to be sadly deficient in.
Many thanks to this forum for facilitating diverse opinions and for sharing enlightening articles that are rarely seen anywhere else.

Mark W DeMay
Mark W DeMay
25 days ago

Gee, what a serious misinformation rag the CC today website has become….

Sylvia
Sylvia
24 days ago

Different people have different opinions, different hair color, different skin color, different likes and dislikes. What one considers a treasure, another may consider trash. That is life, that is the world we share. Learn to live and let live. Cultivate mutual respect.

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