WASHINGTON, DC – In a single post to Twitter, Republican Rep. Thomas Massie dropped a massive, five-point truth bomb regarding the COVID shots that were released upon society less than two years earlier – and liberals’ heads are exploding as a result.

On August 14th, the Republican congressman took to Twitter with a series of points regarding the COVID shots that no matter how much the left may detest the assertions made, they are all undeniable facts.

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“The COVID vaccines were a failure. They failed to prevent spread of the disease and they became an impediment to developing vaccines that would actually prevent spread. They became an excuse not to develop treatments. They have side effects that weren’t disclosed.”

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When examining the five points made by Rep. Massie – the shots being “a failure,” they don’t prevent the spread, they impeded development of alternative shots & treatments, and many side effects were undisclosed – it’s hard to argue them considering they’re all generally accurate.

For one, the notion that the COVID shots are a “failure” can be reached by simply reciting the four additional points made by Rep. Massie – again, all of which are true.

Take for example how the shots do not stop the spread of COVID. Even the Mayo Clinic admits that people who are “fully vaccinated” can “still get COVID-19 if they are exposed to the virus that causes COVID-19. These are called vaccine breakthrough infections,” adding that these fully-jabbed people who catch COVID “may spread COVID-19 to others.”

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Segueing over to the point about the COVID shots released becoming “an impediment to developing vaccines that would actually prevent spread,” it’s hard to deny that there hasn’t been much of any progress on any kind of shot that can actually “stop the spread.”

Then there’s the portion about these COVID shots serving as an excuse “not to develop treatments” for COVID. It seemed like everywhere COVID was discussed by the authoritative experts, it was always a repeated mantra about getting the shots. It wasn’t until an entire year after the release of the COVID shots that the FDA afforded an emergency authorization for an oral, anti-viral COVID treatment.

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And of course, there were the undisclosed side effects that the COVID shots caused, which officials and interested parties fought tooth-and-nail to either shield from surfacing or worked to diminish the credibility of those complaining about the ill-effects suffered after being subjected to the shots.

Of course, leftists who subscribe to the dogma surrounding these COVID shots took immediate offense to Rep. Massie accurately pointing out the aforementioned.

One such person asserted that the only “side affect of the Covid vaccine is that you don’t die from Covid, sorry that disturbs you,” a notion that is categorically false.

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Others repeated the revisionist-history take, claiming that the COVID shots “were always to prevent severe illness and death,” which is again another lie since the likes of CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, Tony Fauci, Joe Biden, Bill Gates, Rachel Maddow and countless others parroted the talking point months after the shots were released that they could prevent infection and spreading.

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