Is There Even a Pandemic?

Before you dismiss this article as pure conspiracy nonsense, consider the following: health officials are telling the unvaccinated to get vaccinated because the vaccination works.

Then, health officials tell the vaccinated they need a booster shot because the vaccine doesn’t work; next, to top it all off, we are told by not taking the vaccine, the unvaccinated are putting the vaccinated in danger because apparently, the vaccine that immunized people took doesn’t protect them.

Let that sink in.

From the very beginning, this was all very strange. The definitions of everything have been changed. Let me give a few examples.

A pandemic went from an outbreak of an (actual) deadly virus to a particularly strong seasonal flu. Anti-vaxxer went from those who protest all forms of vaccination to those who simply protest vaccination mandates from governments and companies.

Look it up; it literally changed. Finally, a simple medication (if it can even be called that) is now a vaccination.

All throughout history, a vaccine has been something that stopped an infection from taking hold in someone’s system, due to immunity. The COVID-19 vaccine does not stop the virus from taking hold, and it clearly doesn’t stop symptoms.

The Story Changed So Much

If I had a penny for every time the COVID story changed, I would be a millionaire.

When it all started, we were promised 15 days of lockdown would stop the wave. We were ensured wearing a mask and sanitizing would save us an infection.

We were told the government would never enforce vaccination mandates on the population. Here we sit, two years later. We still have lockdowns; we still have masks and sanitizing, and now we face a fight over government-mandated vaccine requirements.

The Big Lie

According to sources, Twitter will punish users who say those who have been vaccinated for coronavirus can still transmit the infection, despite official guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) confirming this.

Users who violate the rules may suffer a variety of consequences, including a “fact check” label on their posts, interim bans, and lifetime bans from the site.

“We may add a label on those posts that offer corrected facts about the claims when posts include inaccurate information regarding COVID-19,” the website states in a section describing its policies against COVID-19 misinformation.

“For example, we may add labels to posts that contain incorrect or misleading assertions that persons who have gotten the vaccine can disseminate or shed the virus (or symptoms, or immunity) to others who have not been vaccinated.”

Users may face penalties ranging from a temporary ban to a lifetime ban. As per Wayback Machine records acquired by Reclaim the Net on Dec. 2, the adjustment was made.

The policy goes against the advice of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which states “the risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection in fully vaccinated individuals cannot be totally eradicated as long as community transmission of the virus continues.”