Having recently had COVID-19, Dr. Anthony Fauci, who was labeled “fully vaccinated” and even had the boosters, made an announcement to Americans and the world that the COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t over. That’s right, while Americans have taken off their masks and companies move employees back into the office, the famous doctor called for more people to get the COVID-19 drug and even to start wearing a mask again.
Releasing a video of him wearing a suit and appearing to be in good health, Dr. Fauci stated in the video below, “Hopefully, the more people that get vaccinated and boosted and the more people that realize the importance of when you have a high level of viral dynamics, that when you’re in an indoor setting, you should wear a mask, even though the whole world including the United States and the U.K. are just worn out and tired by this outbreak, it isn’t over yet. People need to realize it is never going to go back to zero. That’s not the nature of this virus.”
Back in March, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky admitted that 95% of Americans had some level of protection against the coronavirus. It should be noted that that included those who had developed natural immunity from having the infection. “We also know that it tends to cause less severe disease correcting for comorbidities, correcting for vaccine status, and booster status. We have seen that Omicron specifically causes less severe disease, less hospitalizations, less ICU stays, and less death, correcting for all of those things. So that is true of Omicron. Specifically.” She added, “We also know that in this country because of vaccines because of boosters and because of protection from prior disease, infection-induced immunity (natural immunity) that about 95% of people in this country have some level of protection.”
Not only did the CDC suggest most people had protection, a peer-reviewed article in Cureus, “Correlation Between Mask Compliance and COVID-19 Outcomes in Europe”, explained, “[Un-]Surprisingly, weak positive correlations were observed when mask compliance was plotted against morbidity (cases/million) or mortality (deaths/million) in each country. “While no cause-effect conclusions could be inferred from this observational analysis, the lack of negative correlations between mask usage and COVID-19 cases and deaths suggest that the widespread use of masks at a time when an effective intervention was most needed, i.e., during the strong 2020-2021 autumn-winter peak, was not able to reduce COVID-19 transmission. Moreover, the moderate positive correlation between mask usage and deaths in Western Europe also suggests that the universal use of masks may have had harmful unintended consequences.”
Even Republican Senator Rand Paul criticized Dr. Fauci for supporting the drug for children as young as six months old when there was little data to show a reduction in hospitalizations. Fauci claimed, “There’s not enough data that has been accumulated, Senator Paul, to indicate that that’s the case. I believe that the recommendation that was made was based on the assumption that if you look at the morbidity and mortality of children within each of the age groups, you know, 0 to 5, 5 to 11…”
Red Voice Media would like to make a point of clarification on why we do not refer to any shot related to COVID-19 as a "vaccine." According to the CDC, the definition of a vaccine necessitates that said vaccine have a lasting effect of at least one year in preventing the contraction of the virus or disease it's intended to fight. Because all of the COVID-19 shots thus far available have barely offered six months of protection, and even then not absolute, Red Voice Media has made the decision hereafter to no longer refer to the Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson substances as vaccinations.