Joe Biden, who has had four COVID-19 shots that are supposed to prevent infection with the virus has come down with the disease. Biden said Thursday that even though he’s tested positive for Covid-19 but will continue to work while in isolation at the White House despite his mild symptoms.
Can you guess how the mainstream media and the ruling class is spinning this? If you think they are saying he would have gotten a more severe illness if he hadn’t taken four shots, you’re right. It’s the same narrative, just a different puppet.
“I guess you heard, this morning I tested positive for Covid. But I’ve been double vaccinated, double boosted. Symptoms are mild and I really appreciate your inquiries and concerns. But I’m doing well, getting a lot of work done. Going to continue to get it done and in the meantime, thanks for your concern, and keep the faith. It’s gonna be OK,” Biden, who was unmasked while standing outside on the Truman Balcony, said in the 20-second video the White House says was filmed by a masked and socially distanced videographer.
Due to his age, Biden is at an increased risk for a more severe case of Covid-19, although the CDC says older adults being fully vaccinated and boosted significantly reduces their risk of hospitalization and death.-CNN
The official narrative is still there and it’s becoming all too obvious that they just want people injected and the more shots you are willing to take the better it is for them. These shots are not effective. Four of them are not effective.
This is the first time Biden has tested positive for Covid-19, and he last tested negative on Tuesday, per White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. Biden has begun taking the antiviral drug Paxlovid, which is available via emergency use authorization from the US Food and Drug Administration for treatment of mild to moderate Covid-19 in people 12 and older who are at high risk of severe illness. It requires a doctor’s prescription.
“The bottom line is given how much immunity he has from vaccines, given that he was started on treatments right away … I think all of those things very dramatically reduce his risk of serious illness,” White House coronavirus coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha told CNN’s Jeff Zeleny during the White House press briefing. “And that’s really the goal here, is to prevent serious illness, to keep that risk as low as possible. I think he’s gotten that full set of protections.”