CDC Chief ADMITS on CNN: ‘Jab Can’t Prevent Transmission’

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CDC Director Rochelle Walensky has previously gushed over the COVID vaccines’ ability to prevent the public from COVID-19. But Thursday, Walensky admitted that the jab actually CAN’T prevent transmission of the virus.

Despite propaganda in support of the vaccine as a lifesaver for others, it seems that the jab does not have that effect. Considering this, and the fact that the vaccines, which are all still under Emergency Use Authorization, are unapproved by the FDA, many Americans are continuing to pass up on the needle.

In fact, in many unreported cases, the vaccines have had extremely adverse effects. Here are a few articles regarding VAERS numbers and no-spin vax data:

Director Walensky said the following to Wolf Blitzer on “The Situation Room” regarding the efficacy of vaccines across multiple laterals:

“Our vaccines are working exceptionally well … they continue to work well for Delta with regard to severe illness and death, they prevent it. But what they can’t do anymore is prevent transmission.”

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And this is why Americans are finding it impossible to “follow the science” nowadays. Because in March, Walensky claimed WITH CERTAINTY that the virus was not able to be carried, no less transmitted, by vaccinated individuals:

She has also, as recently as July, promoted China Virus vaccine passports as a ‘path’ forward for Americans:

“You know, I think some communities are doing that … And that may very well be a path forward.”

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Clearly, Walensky’s ‘data’ is no more than propaganda that fits the Biden administration narrative at every single turn. Now that she has admitted to the vaccine’s inability to protect against transmission of (and general defense from) the virus for healthy people, Americans will likely remain hesitant to the jab.

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