It has been revealed that there are some new important emails that show the fact that all the COVID mandates were based on a lie. Check out the following reports below:
COVID vaccine mandates were based on a lie
It is unfortunately common for politicians or bureaucrats to tell lies. However, what made the COVID pandemic unique was the frequency and significance of the lies that were told. On Monday, new documents revealed that the justification for vaccine mandates was based on a falsehood that public health officials were aware of. This was a major revelation.
Emails acquired through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request reveal that in January 2021, when the COVID-19 vaccines were widely available, the Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Rochelle Walensky, and the former Director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Francis Collins, were aware of and discussed “breakthrough cases” of COVID-19.
In her email, Walensky says that “clearly,” it is an “important area of study,” links to a study raising the issue, and assures the person she is sending it to that Dr. Anthony Fauci is looped into these conversations.
In private, Rochelle Walensky discussed data indicating that vaccinated individuals could still carry and spread COVID-19.
However, in public, she made contradictory statements claiming that vaccinated people “don’t carry the virus” and “don’t get sick”.
Later, when it was discovered that people could still get infected with COVID-19 after being vaccinated, Walensky defended her original statements by saying they were true at the time.
She meant that the strands we were dealing with in early 2021 were not the same as the more infectious Delta variant. However, we now know that her initial statements were not entirely true, and Walensky knew this to be the case.
Jay Bhattacharya, who is a professor at the Stanford School of Medicine, finds it “stunning” to know that despite the knowledge of vaccinated people contracting and spreading the virus, vaccine mandates were still pushed.
While getting something wrong in a vacuum may not be harmful, pushing vaccine mandates while knowing the possibility of vaccinated people contracting and spreading the virus is indefensible.
It is even worse that the public was misled on this matter. Despite this, COVID-19 vaccines have saved many lives and reduced the severity of infection for many people. Check out the original article in order to learn more details about all this.