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Fauci: "wouldn't be surprised if Covid vacines require three shots for full regimen, instead of two", reports CNBC, 2 Sep 2021

The COVID-19 vaccine efficacy conspiracy concerns the CDC approved COVID-19 vaccines not being as effective as touted by Big media and Big Pharma. "Experts are predicting that COVID-19 will be responsible for the loss of 9-18 million people worldwide." (See World Economic Forum, Global Agenda).[1]


Just in time for Fall
COVID-19 variant C.1.2 is just in time for the fall season 2021 to blamed on for spikes in hospitalizations and deaths, where vaccines, boosters, and treatments have been failing.

The CDC is relying on virus mutation rates and associated data[2] to convey a potentially deadlier viral mutation than the last for each season that passes. In 2020, COVID-19 reportedly came in 'first and second waves'. In 2021, COVID-19 reportedly came in 3rd and 4th waves as Delta Covid.

The COVID-19 variant C.1.2, first discovered in South Africa in May 2021, is already "found in England, New Zealand, China, Mauritius, Portugal, and Switzerland" by September 2021. It is being primed in news reports as being deadlier,[3] so that it can blamed on for any spikes in hospitalizations and deaths for the coming fall season of 2021. The University of Washington forecasts that 100,000 people, in the USA, will be dead by Christmas 2021 from novel coronavirus, during fall/winter season.[4]

White House: 'We'll all need boosters very, very soon to fortify our crumbling defenses.' - The Atlantic, retrieved 3 Sept 2021

Although COVID-19 does mutate, for better or worse, it is virtually the same virus with the same deadly strength that it has had since the first outbreak as a pandemic in February/March 2020. Rather than admitting that COVID-19 vaccinations are poor in efficacy, the CDC is using Big media to blame COVID mutations as being more deadlier than the last.[5]

Fauci: “I’m certain we’re going to need that third dose, looking at the data that we’re seeing,” the White House chief medical advisor told NBC’s Meet the Press. “Right now, we’re sticking with eight [months] but we’re totally open to any variation in that based on the data,” Fauci later tells CNN, “I believe that mandating vaccines for children to appear in school is a good idea.”[6]

Very Well Family, The Side Effects Kids Could Experience After the Covid-19 Vaccine, 10 June 2021

Big pharma is pushing against booster shots,[7] due to the fear of public perception that could view their vaccines as not being good enough.

Experts admit that vaccinated patients are also expected to get symptomatic breakthrough infections, which could worsen the transmission rates of the virus. "They might now be just as likely as the unvaccinated to pass the disease on to others", reports Reuters.[8]

The CDC says Long-Term Side Effects Are Unlikely from the experimental COVID-19 vaccines. This is because you will be dead before you experience anything long term.

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