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The leaky vaccine that's led to so many breakthrough infections is getting a boost from the CDC. Church Militant's Kristine Christlieb brings us up to date on a new study bolstering the push for everyone to be vaccinated.
Bill Maher, comedian: "The world recognizes natural immunity. We don't, because everything has to go through the pharmaceutical companies. Natural immunity is the best kind of immunity. We shouldn't fire people who don't get the vaccine because they have natural immunity; we should hire them."
The protection value of natural immunity over the COVID vaccine is widely accepted. Even Bill Maher touts it. In contrast, CDC director Rochelle Walensky tweeted out the results of a new CDC study, released Friday, claiming unvaccinated people with natural immunity were "five times more likely to have COVID-19 than those recently fully vaccinated and without prior infection."
That's not what we were hearing in August. The prestigious journal Science was reporting natural immunity "confers much greater immunity than a vaccine." How much greater? Six to thirteen times greater.
Dr. Robert Malone, a pioneer of mRNA technology, specifically addresses the Israeli data reported in Science.
Dr. Robert Malone:
It was covered in Science magazine. I think it's still a pre-print, but it was robust enough and well enough constructed that even on the basis of the pre-print, Science magazine went ahead and made the clear point. ... That data that you're alluding to showed that this natural immunity is not only broader and more durable, which contradicted some studies that the CDC had developed.
Given the administration's monomania for making everyone take the vaccine, it should come as no surprise that officials are now attacking the efficacy of natural immunity.
Kentucky Republican congressman Thomas Massie called for Walensky's resignation, saying the CDC study was intentionally flawed.