Get tested, the experts said, stay six feet apart, wear your face masks, get vaccinated, make sure you get boosted to reduce the risk of contracting Covid. Now, the most high-profile American, the President of the United States, has come down with the Coronavirus. How can that be you might ask? How can a man who literally campaigned from his basement, and who has no doubt tested multiple times and been doubly boosted, catch the virus? The answer: because that’s how viruses operate. Generally, they don’t want to kill their hosts, but rather mutate in order to remain alive.
It was one year almost to the day 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.
Now, let me be among those who wish the President a speedy recovery. Despite his weak leadership and reckless and misguided policies, he still is our President, and I wish him no harm. But its hard to resist saying “I told you so” to the liberal moralizers, Biden among them, who incessantly reminded us to “mask up” and socially distance and said Covid was a disease of the unvaccinated. The opposite is true.
According to Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of the MRNA technology, the people who suffer the more severe infections, disease, and death, are the ones who’ve been vaccinated multiple times. Why the paradox? Malone tells Epoch TV there is evidence of damage or systemic damage to your immune system from the Covid vaccine technology.
The Federalist published an op-ed by Dr. Malone and U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) on how the COVID cartel – federal health agencies, Big Pharma, legacy media, and Big Tech – wrongly scapegoated those who chose not to be vaccinated and pit Americans against each other; as though we needed another reason to be divided. The CDC and some state departments of health have issued warnings about the need to ‘get boosted.’ Mask requirements vary among states. Here in New York Masking remains mandatory in "high-density settings" such as health care facilities, nursing homes, detention centers, and homeless and domestic violence shelters. In New York City, masks are required on public transit and in taxis and rideshare vehicles, by order of local authorities.
Covid will no doubt be with us for the foreseeable future. It may no longer be a pandemic, but it still presents a real danger for a segment of the population. It is true that fewer people are dying and being hospitalized from the disease. Whether that’s the result of the effectiveness of the vaccines or natural herd immunity, I’ll leave to those in the medical community to decide. But as liberty-loving Americans, we must never again let government trample on our constitutional freedoms as it did two years ago, when it closed churches and businesses and issued so-called shelter-in-place orders, all in the name of protecting us from a virus with a survival rate of 99.7 percent. It is still remarkable that Americans permitted that to happen. Let’s pray that that experience and the proliferation of accurate information readies us for the next pandemic.