It’s been a busy week. It’s really hard to keep my eyes from permanently rolling to the back of my head with all the stupid going around. That’s why we do this. We want to keep your sanity intact. So join up with us as we revisit the best posts of the week:
But first, enjoy this spectacular compilation of vaccine efficacy waning:
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One of our most popular posts described a new article from Harvard researchers about case rates and vax rates across countries an counties - no correlation:
We can get a little snarky here - that’s what happens when you push a nice guy like me to our limits - we don’t really get angry - we get snarky. I made my Covid confession about hospitals being overrun.
We brought you through the first cracks in the ceiling putting forth the theory that the vaccine may indeed help individuals but that there’s little to no evidence that the vaccines help to quell the overall pandemic:
We pulled out the next level of analysis on the might CDC Case Surveillance File and dug into the breakdowns of race and ethnicity around Covid.
Next, our anchor post this week. We compiled a list of studies and articles describing the strong efficacy of natural immunity:
Next we highlighted the CRAZY propaganda posters from the 1930s. Come for the art and stay for the guilt-driven public health messaging!
More posts this week highlighted the fact that counties with a HIGHER vax rate also have HIGHER infection rates.
Subscribers this week got access to some very interesting Year-over-year charts showing that nearly every region in the country is experiencing HIGHER cases, deaths and hospitalizations than last year.
The theme this week
1) Vaccines do seem to help individuals ward against severe disease
2) Vaccines DO NOT seem to be able to stop the virus in any way
3) Mass-vaccination may do more harm than good.
Stay tuned for more and share with your friends!