Fauci’s Sales Pitch and the National Vaccine Plan

It was not easy , but for the sake of research I watched a recent Fauci interview on CNN . Anyone who has not been 100% brainwashed, including possibly the CNN anchor Kate Balduan, would do some head-scratching after listening to Fauci’s doublespeak.

In the conversation he said that we all need to get three shots to protect us from Omicron. He presented a brain twister argument why the boosters were necessary and downplayed that other countries have said that the symptoms of Omicron have been pretty mild.

He mentions that they have no real data , only lab data . His gobbledygook is almost impossible to listen to which is no doubt by design.

He monotonously repeated “need to get the booster” over and over. But after further scripted questioning from Balduan about why they are going to make an Omicron-specific vaccine, he admitted that he couldn’t guarantee that there might not be a sudden loss of protection from the currently available booster. “ He said the ‘durability might fall off very rapidly’.

Huh? Would you continue to buy or use a product that has failed twice already to do what was claimed ?

He’s selling this hard because people are starting to notice that the number of vaccine doses required are multiplying. The important thing for Fauci et al. is that people accept the idea of getting vaccines as part of normal life.

If you want to see the whole plan to add more adult vaccines, including the plan to “Increase the use of electronic health records (EHRs) and immunization information systems (IIS) to collect and track adult immunization data.”, read this National Adult Immunization Plan by the US Department of Health and Human Services.

GOAL 3:
INCREASE COMMUNITY
DEMAND FOR ADULT
IMMUNIZATIONS

https://www.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/nvpo/national-adult-immunization-plan/naip.pdf

Evidently they fell a little behind because it was supposed to be implemented between 2010-2020. Perhaps Trump didn’t like the plan. Or maybe someone set him up hoping he would be blamed for Covid destruction. I guess we will never know for sure. Either way, according to USA TODAY, “The National Vaccine Program Office as it was originally formed as a standalone office was closed, and was merged with a an HIV/AIDS office.” in 2019.

HHS Assistant Secretary for Health Dr. Howard Koh 2014

After Joe Biden took over the oval office, a new plan was presented. This plan includes the goal of ‘supporting global immunization efforts’.

In the meantime , the courts are saying that Biden cannot mandate that businesses require that their employees gets the shots to keep their jobs.

People seem to have forgotten that the mRNA vaccines are experimental. We now know that they don’t work as good as scientists had hoped, based on the fact that we need so many ‘boosters’.

He also admitted that the definition of ‘fully vaccinated’ will eventually change.

They (the national vaccine planners) are losing this game and it will take some hardball to regain the lead. Expect the worst .

The name of the video is very misleading! https://youtu.be/6nQv3FAJV1k
This one is very informative.

14 comments

  1. Again, I quote Thompson Engles: ‘“The protected need to be protected from the unprotected by forcing the unprotected to use the protection that didn’t protect the protected.”
    You can tell they are lying by the fact that their mouths are moving. 😒

      • Mostly, the path of least resistance. Fulfillment of prophecy is not like God is going to force things to go the way He has announced. He is too much invested in our free will for that; His prophets simply report what He has foreseen. All of this is just a dry run to prepare people to accept government controls at a level never before possible – and eventually to accept that everyone will need a government ID, in the form of a Mark, to buy and sell.
        Even so, come, Lord Jesus. 😇

  2. Viruses continue to mutate as time goes on. That’s what viruses do.
    The level of immunity from the vaccine declines over time and the third shot, or booster, brings the level of immunity back to a level that will protect you.
    mRNA research has been going on for about 20 years and neither the vaccine or the technology can be considered experimental at this point in time. Hundreds of millions of vaccines have been administered.
    Even with the variants the rate of hospitalization and death have remained relatively low thanks to the effectiveness of all three vaccines.
    Most people trust science. Our lives depend on science. We use products developed by science every day. Just look at your phone, laptop or your car. The food you eat and the water you drink all rely on science so they are healthy.

    • Vaccines are going to be a bigger money maker than oil in the future . They have invested too much money to let this fail. They lost money on the Ebola vaccine. They won’t let that happen with covid . https://www.abc.net.au/news/health/2020-04-17/coronavirus-vaccine-ian-frazer/12146616?utm_campaign=abc_news_web&utm_content=link&utm_medium=content_shared&utm_source=abc_news_web&fbclid=IwAR3WOUtAvxnjIFKOQoxbSbc59auZCTpZR1mrCRU9kshmUj_ltI-yJomQg9U

      • Unfortunately, you may be right. Covid-19 will probably be with us for a while. We were lucky that ebola didn’t go global. You know what happens when there isn’t any profit in something, investors take their money elsewhere. Basic capitalism.

      • True and even though I fully support basic capitalism , I’m not saying that profit-based medicine is a good thing. Too much incentive to keep people sick . People actually caring about helping people through science would be awesome. The problem is that GAVI and investing in advance market vaccines is going to lead to more for-profit medicine , not less .

      • I agree that health care should be more like a public utility. We all need it and have next to 0 price/cost control. But a true public health system like every one else has will never happen here.
        I.I’m sure there are some docs in it for the money, look at the pill mills. But most docs I know seem to be driven more by a mission to help people.
        Most scientists I know are driven by discovery and solving problems. And yes, that involves a pay check and labs that are very expensive.

      • I agree. I think the people getting rich are insurance companies and pharmaceuticals. And I know that research costs money but if they can regulate the price of gasoline to keep it affordable , they can find a way to make healthcare affordable. I have a draft I’ve been holding back posting that is about the history of hospitals and the huge rise in the cost of healthcare. It’s not pretty. I’m not a conspiracy nut. I really do research these topics .

      • Well, we don’t have a national reserve of healthcare workers or supplies to dump on the market and reduce prices like they did for gasoline. And gas is a commodity and healthcare is far from it. The only way to regulate what people get paid to do research or work in healthcare is socialism. And no is seriously advocating for that.

      • Do you trust the government to implement socialism without corruption? Corrupt capitalism is bad , but I think corrupt socialism will be much worse.

      • Like most people, I’m not advocating for socialism. Any system has corruption its just a matter of degrees.
        I only mentioned the S word because the government can’t control prices and salaries in a capitalist system. People who build companies or invent new things often get rich.

      • Okay, good to know. But based on my conversations, many people are at the point where they can’t afford insurance or healthcare or are in debt because of some illness, and are saying that they want a national program. I can understand their desperation and I have no answers for them. My 50 year old sister who works part-time and lives with my mother doesn’t qualify for Obamacare. One year they said she made too little and now they say she makes too much. :/ I don’t get it.

      • No idea. People complain in Canada and the uk, so you can’t make everyone happy with any system. A single payer system would cover everyone regardless of income. And make it easier to leave a dead end job and start a business. But I think we are stuck with what we have for a long time.

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