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Time For Another Jab: CDC Director Walensky Tests Positive for COVID Again


Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has tested positive for COVID for the second time in recent weeks despite a course of the antiviral Paxlovid. The “fully vaccinated” 53-year-old first contracted the virus on October 21, eventually tested negative, but then came down with symptoms again and is now home in Massachusetts isolating.

Like President Joe Biden, Chief Medical Advisor to the President of United States Dr. Anthony Fauci, First Lady Jill Biden, and Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, Walensky has had multiple booster shots and yet experienced “rebound COVID” after Paxlovid. Is it just me, or is there a pattern here?

The news comes as the Atlantic printed a preposterous piece headlined, “LET’S DECLARE A PANDEMIC AMNESTY. We need to forgive one another for what we did and said when we were in the dark about COVID.” No, let’s not. Let’s always remember how the authorities and even some of our families acted, shunning those who weren’t soaking up every uttering of Fauci, or hiding in our houses for two years because we were so terrified of a not-particularly deadly disease.

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RedState’s Jeff Charles’ delivered an expert takedown of the Atlantic article, writing:

What America needs is not pandemic amnesty. It needs accountability. The politicians and leaders who employed the measures that resulted in these tragedies need to face consequences, full stop. We can’t get to forgiveness if there is no accountability and repentance.

Let’s not forget all the misinformation we’ve been force-fed. Take this headline today from Bloomberg:

Recurrence of viral symptoms may be more common than reported

Biden, Fauci both had symptom rebound after treatment

Right, but we’re supposed to listen to every word you say because “the science.” Yet health officials have been more wrong than right in the past two years, and it’s not true that it hasn’t been reported. Author and vaccine critic Alex Berenson has been reporting such news all along and has been widely censored for it. (He finally got back his Twitter account in July after he filed a lawsuit against the company.)

Walensky is slated to appear on CSPAN Tuesday with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to talk more COVID, and to have a discussion on “preparing for the next wave of COVID-19 infections in the country.” With this latest positive test, it would appear that she’ll have to participate by video link. That is if she feels well enough:

“On Sunday, Dr. Walensky began to develop mild symptoms and has again tested positive,” the CDC said. Consistent with CDC guidelines, she is isolating at home and will participate in her planned meetings virtually,” the agency said.

Walensky’s diagnosis comes as she, Biden, and others relentlessly push the “bivalent” vaccines on an unwilling public. Bivalent is just a fancy way of saying that it’s supposedly tailored to the Omicron variant, but many aren’t convinced:

Alex Berenson isn’t swayed, writing on his Substack:

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Another new study – yes, a SECOND one – says the “Omicron-specific” mRNA Covid boosters are worthless. For the second time in a week, top scientists have reported that “Omicron specific” Covid mRNA boosters are a $5 billion taxpayer-financed marketing gimmick.

The new shots work no better than the original mRNA shots to produce antibodies specifically targeting the Omicron variant.

The public simply isn’t buying what the CDC, Fauci, and Biden are selling anymore. Less than four percent of eligible people had received the new boosters as of September 23. The reason is simple: they no longer trust the “authorities.”

And they shouldn’t.

Story cited here.

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