A vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) has not even hit the market yet and Anthony Fauci is already admitting that it will not be effective – because of “anti-vaxxers,” of course.
During a recent interview with CNN, Fauci lamented the fact that millions of Americans distrust him, the pharmaceutical industry, Bill Gates, and others pushing for everyone to get vaccinated once a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine is released.
According to Fauci, a future vaccine for the novel virus probably will not work because nearly 30 percent of Americans have already indicated that they will not be taking it – not now, not ever. Because of this, he claims, so-called “herd immunity” will not be possible, rendering the vaccine certifiably useless.
Much like his face mask argument, the only way a vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) will work is if everyone receives it. If even just a small percentage say no, then everybody else will not be protected, for some reason.
“There is a general anti-science, anti-authority, anti-vaccine feeling among some people in this country – an alarmingly large percentage of people, relatively speaking,” Fauci whined during his interview, further contending that the government has “a lot of work to do” to “educate” people about vaccines.
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In explaining the potential effectiveness of a future Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine, Fauci admitted that it will not be anywhere close to the alleged effectiveness of other vaccines, regardless of how many people choose to take it.
“The best we’ve ever done is measles, which is 97 percent to 98 percent effective,” Fauci stated, referring, of course, to the MMR vaccine for measles, mumps, and rubella that has been linked to causing autism in young children, especially African American boys.
“That would be wonderful if we get there,” Fauci added. “[But] I don’t think we will. I would settle for [a] 70 percent, 75 percent effective vaccine.”
In the end, there will never be an effective vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), was basically Fauci’s conclusion. But instead of blaming the failure on the (rushed) vaccine itself, or even the mutating virus, he instead chose to go after the people who will refuse it, which is laughable.
Fauci is also deeply upset about the fact that millions of Americans are not buying the notion that cloth masks provide protection against viral transmission. He says it is “a recipe for disaster” that not everyone is wearing one, and is also angry about some states supposedly reopening too quickly.
“There are some states in which the leadership and the decision [to open up] was a little too precipitous,” Fauci said during the interview. “There are others where the leadership did it right, but the citizenry didn’t listen to them.”
At the end of the day, Fauci’s biggest gripe seems to be that the American public is refusing to obey every single guideline and directive coming from the government, no matter how preposterous or conflicting it is. In his view, everyone who is not in a position of “authority” should simply do whatever it is those in “authority” want them to do, no questions asked.
It is both encouraging and humorous to see government hacks like Fauci squirm over mass public resistance to their nonsense. Perhaps they will finally get a clue and back off – we can dream, right?
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