Now Wait Just a Minute. Breakthrough Infections Should Not Be INCREASING, But They Are
We know that CDC is not reporting cases that occur until 5 weeks after the 1 dose for the two-jab option and until 2 weeks after the 1 jab option. But Muskegon County data tell us there's an issue
If you read the headlines, you’ll see articles touting Moderna’s response to Omicron, and stories about how the unvaccinated are putting everyone at risk.
You’ll see people calling for penalties against the unvaccinated, and of course Fauci still proclaiming that the best way to end COVID-19 is to vaccinate.
As if the public did not already know.
Take, for example, Fauci’s weekend jaunt across the media outlets:
To which I replied:
Even Scientific American has “discovered” the truth about COVID-19 vaccines:
“After my son got sick, I dived into the data, and it turns out vaccinated people can and do spread COVID”.
She found the Lancet study that found that "once infected, the vaccinated were just as likely to transmit COVID to people in their own households as the unvaccinated".
Well then, Dr. Fauci.
“Can” get COVID sounds rather innocuous.
Some dear friends in my new home state of Michigan sent me some data from Muskegon County.
It also turns out that the COVID-19 “breakthrough” cases are increasing.
Some may not be surprised, but it you’re a card-carrying epidemiologist or vaccine activist, I’ll give you a second to pull your jaw off the floor. So far, 2.9% of the vaccinated have had breakthrough infections.
Check out the date of the surge - November.
Just as the boosters came online.
Just like I told you would happen when I wrote my article on Gibraltar:
A breakdown of the data from Muskegon is interesting.
We can see that females are more likely than males to have breakthrough infections. Blacks, which make up 31% of the population in Muskegon County overall, are are less likely than expected (this may be due to low vaccination rates overall).
To date, one hundred and six people who thought the vaccine would protect them from from hospitalization and twenty-eight were misinformed. Looks like a 1% risk, right? The risk of death in the unvaccinated has been 1.2%
In Washington, 19% of the deaths are in the vaccinated. In Muskegon County, the 1% of the breakthrough cases that lead to death (99% survival rate) make up roughly 20% of the total cases.
As those are vaccinated increase in number, whether this percentage also increases remains to be seen.
Everyone, including those who are vaccinated, should ask their doctor if the Brownstein protocol is right for them.
Early, aggressive treatment is needed regardless of vaccination status.