Feds use 'fear' to push 3rd shot of COVID vaccines

President Trump’s administration pushed the pharmaceutical industry hard when the COVID-19 pandemic came out of a Chinese research lab in Wuhan and started killing people around the world.

In a stunningly short time, the shots of COVID-19 vaccines had been given conditional, “experimental,” approval by regulators and people were getting them even before Joe Biden took office.

But the nature of vaccines, and their experimental designation, worried some people. After all, almost all vaccines at some point are developed or tested using fetal tissue.

The response from the Centers for Disease Control was that they should be required. Anthony Fauci was on television every day demanding people submit.

Now it turns out that the vaccines, in light of the new Delta variant of the disease, aren’t performing so well.

So people should take a third shot, feds say.

And if they’re reluctant? Scare them, the government has decided.

A report from the Gateway Pundit said the dire warning about the vaccines’ possible failings came from Rochelle Walensky, of the CDC.

“We are seeing concerning evidence of waning vaccine effectiveness over time and against the Delta variant,” she said. “Reports from our international colleagues, including Israel, suggest increased risk of SEVERE disease amongst those VACCINATED EARLY.”

Explained the Pundit, “The Biden administration is now working overtime to get a THIRD COVID shot into the arms of Americans. On Wednesday, the Biden admin unveiled a plan for vaccine boosters starting in September.”

The idea is that starting September 20, those who got two doses of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines would get a third.

That idea was not “sitting well,” the report said, so the CDC quickly moved to the next level.

“Walensky used fear to convince people,” the report said. “So all the do-gooders and rule followers who blindly lined up to get the experimental jab right away are now being told they have no protection so they MUST get the booster.”

It was in May when Walensky claimed that the danger was over, with, “You can start doing the things you had stopped doing because of the pandemic. We have all longed for this moment.”

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