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“I’m vaccinated, but I also have Covid”: Triggered Fauci Pressured by CNBC Host Over Vaccine Ineffectiveness

 Apparently, conservatives aren’t the only ones starting to notice the vaccine’s ineffectiveness anymore. CNBC news anchor Sara Eisen asked Fauci why so many cases were still showing up even after so many people have gotten the vaccine.

“Dr. Fauci, you guys have been pushing the vaccine and I understand why – I’m vaccinated, but I also have Covid and it spread through my entire family in the past few weeks,” Eisen explained to Fauci.

She continued to explain why she was starting to have doubts. “And I just wonder about the public messaging around vaccinations. Three vaccinated people got Covid in my house, two unvaccinated children got it. Are you too casual about the limitations of the vaccine? Because it does feel to me that breakthroughs are happening, they’re happening regularly and we haven’t really seen the government pay much attention to them or warn about them!”

Fauci, who was irritated by Eisen’s line of questioning, eagerly jumped in and began reciting facts and statistics that don’t represent the truth fairly. “Oh yes, I am! We have said that and let me give you the science and the facts.”


With lockdowns and other strict mask mandates continuing in some states, one has to wonder how much longer some of these liberals will put up with this. If some of their news anchors are starting to question the “science,” perhaps many more are to follow.

1 comment:

  1. because the FAKE VACCINE "POISON" was never meant to do what they claimed "protect someone from a virus that doesn't exist".. it's true intention, from what a disinterested observer can see, is it's meant to kill or permanently affect the individual with horrific side effects. imho