Vaccines Reduce Overall Immunity in Those Previously Infected with Coronavirus
More harm than good
The New York Times and millions of babbling idiots on the streets continue to parrot Pfizer’s marketing department with this well-worn lie: “Getting vaccinated is an important way to protect yourself and others from getting Covid.”
Nothing could be further from the truth.
Alex Berenson points out a Danish study from September that found mRNA vaccines reduce natural immunity in people who’ve recovered from Covid.
People who were previously infected with Covid have less natural protection six months after getting Pfizer’s mRNA shot, Belgian research shows.
Meanwhile, Covid cases in St. Louis County have fallen over 70 percent in the past two weeks, making St. Louis County the least-infected place in Missouri.
We told you the Omicron spike would descend as rapidly as it rose.
It’s over, St. Louis. The pandemic is over unless you’re vaccinated in which case you’ll need a booster every 60 days for life.