Do the first-generation covid vaccines open us up to new risks?

Do the first-generation covid vaccines open us up to new risks? By Karl Denninger.

Fauci has now admitted, on live camera, that a person with a breakthrough infection is just as dangerous as someone who was never vaccinated and gets infected.

This was expected by anyone who has ever studied anything about viral disease and the use of non-sterilizing immunizations when infections are active in a community. We have known this all the way back to Polio and is why we insisted on a sterilizing vaccine (OPV) following the inactivated injected vaccine (IPV) in the United States until 20 years after we were declared polio-free.

In addition it is exactly what is expected if a non-sterilizing vaccine produces both binding and neutralizing antibodies and we know, scientifically, that all the existing jabs do exactly that. When levels wane you still have binding antibodies and when the neutralizing level falls below the threshold to protect you now have an enhancement of the disease rather than protection.

A person who was never infected and not vaccinated does not have the binding antibodies and thus, while at risk, doesn’t get the enhancement. Now we have real-world evidence that in fact the jabs produce risk as immunity wanes and that said risk may exceed, on a personal level, what someone has who never been infected or vaccinated is exposed to.

Bad news if true. Does a lifetime of booster shots await the vaccinated?

I wish the official sector would stop omitting news that doesn’t support the current government aim that most everyone should get vaccinated. We are being lied to by omission, I strongly suspect. Certainly US citizens were blindsided by the new mandate that they must wear masks even if they have been vaccinated. Not as promised.