Dr. Deborah Birx, the former White House COVID-19 response coordinator, just made a stunning admission.
Birx told Fox News that she “knew” that COVID-19 vaccines “were not going to protect against infection.”
Paxlovid, not vaccines, will save you
Birx made the admission during an appearance Friday on the Fox News Channel’s Your World, which is hosted by Neil Cavuto.
To provide some context, Birx, during the appearance, was talking about the spread of the latest coronavirus variant focusing on how vulnerable parts of the population, in her opinion, can best protect themselves from it. Her solution is the anti-viral medication Paxlovid.
Well, if you’re across the South, and you’re in the middle of this wave, what’s going to save you right now is Paxlovid. But once we get through this wave, during that lull, you should get vaccinated and boosted because we do believe it will protect you, particularly if you’re over 70.
This already is a surprising statement by Birx — that Paxlovid, not COVID vaccines, are going to save those at risk. It’s surprising, of course, because it goes against the official narrative.
Birx goes on to essentially blow that narrative up, saying:
I knew these vaccines were not going to protect against infection. And I think we overplayed the vaccines. And it made people then worry that it’s not going to protect against severe disease and hospitalization. It will, but let’s be very clear — 50% of the people who died from the Omicron surge were older, vaccinated.
Talk about an admission against interest…
Birx continued, “So, that’s why I’m saying, even if you’re vaccinated and boosted if you’re unvaccinated, right now, the key is testing and Paxlovid.”
It’s effective. It’s a great antiviral. And, really, that is what’s going to save your lives right now if you’re over 70, which, if you look at the hospitalizations, hospitalizations are rising steadily, with new admissions, particularly in those over 70. And so, if you live in the South — I know people keep talking about the fall. I’m worried about the South. I’m worried about rural America and our tribal nations that just don’t have access to testing and a primary physician like the president does. And I hope, coming out of COVID, we will address these rural counties.
The surprising part is not Birx’s admission that the vaccines don’t protect against infection. Empirical evidence has proved to us all, long ago, that the vaccines don’t stop one from either getting COVID or from passing it along.
What’s surprising is that Birx, someone who has stood by the official narrative, is finally admitting to this. The big question: Why now? What is her motive?