Fauci admits on video that the deathvaxx might be causing increased infection rates and enhanced severity and it wouldn’t be a surprise because we’ve seen all this before with risky new “vaccines,” as you’ve read in this space since July 2020

It’s not clear if he is referring to vaccine-induced transmission/infection/severity rates, or to straight up Antibody Dependent Enhancement, but wow. There it is.

8 thoughts on “Fauci admits on video that the deathvaxx might be causing increased infection rates and enhanced severity and it wouldn’t be a surprise because we’ve seen all this before with risky new “vaccines,” as you’ve read in this space since July 2020

      1. My point is that everyone is spreading this video and implying that it’s recent and Fauci is finally admitting that the clot shots may be dangerous, which is not true.

        Then we pass it around and believe it as true and when we try to convince those who are not on our side to join us, we wind up looking like a bunch of idiots who can’t even see that this is an old video. That’s my point.

      2. True enough that the video is not recent, but what Fauci says is indeed true. Many other SARS and RSV vaccines that looked good initially, turned out to be catastrophic. In fact, all of them did. Are you unaware of this?

      3. For whatever reason, I can’t reply directly to your comment, Mark.

        I am fully aware of the failures of all previous coronavirus vaccines. I am just pointing out that this is not Fauci admitting that the current shots are dangerous, which everyone is claiming with this video.

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