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Joe Biden’s Twitter account on Tuesday touted his administration’s “historic effort” at convincing over 320 million Americans to be injected with COVID-19 vaccines and took credit for – according to him – saving the lives of two million people.

“A year ago today, my Administration was able to make every American 16+ eligible for a COVID vaccine,” Biden’s account tweeted. “As a result of our historic efforts, 220M Americans are now fully vaccinated, over 100M have received a booster, and we’ve saved 2.2M lives.”

Back during the initial rollout of the controversial injection campaign shortly after Biden took office, mainstream media pundits, along with government health agencies and major pharmaceutical companies, informed the American people that the vaccines were “safe and effective,” would end the pandemic, and prevent people from catching COVID-19.

“Now we know that the vaccines work well enough that the virus stops with every vaccinated person,” MSNBC host Rachel Maddow said on March 29, 2021.

“A vaccinated person gets exposed to the virus, the virus does not infect them, the virus cannot then use that person to go anywhere else,” she added. “It cannot use a vaccinated person as a host to go get more people.”

The president echoed those same now-proven-false claims in July 2021 when he stated “you’re not going to get COVID if you have these vaccinations,” and many people believed him. Those Americans set up appointments with their doctors and went to get vaccinated, with many even being paid for their time off thanks to Biden’s tax credit that reimbursed businesses for doing so.

By the end of July, despite hundreds of millions of people in the U.S. getting vaccinated, the new, more contagious and deadly Delta variant had made up 80% of new COVID-19 cases and ultimately became the most predominant strain in August, with new infections hitting 125,000 per day and health experts warning of an even worse winter surge if people didn’t get their shots.

In that month, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky informed Americans that the vaccines were not foolproof, stating that “what [the vaccines] can’t do anymore is prevent transmission,” and recommended that people wear masks indoors — again.

By then, the message being relayed by the “experts” was that while the vaccines did not prevent individuals from catching or spreading the virus, they would help alleviate symptoms upon infection and “prevent hospitalization and death.”

“If we had waited to release the data, we would have had, you know, people who would unknowingly potentially bring virus to their loved ones, to their immunosuppressed loved ones. We felt it a moral imperative to inform the American public as soon as we knew and publish the data as soon as we could within three days of our guidance,” Walensky said.

The Biden administration’s remarks resulted in confusion, particularly when they ordered that all U.S. military personnel take the injections later that month.

In September, the CDC was caught quietly changing the definition of the word “vaccine,” removing the word “immunity” from the definition entirely as vaccinated people continued to be infected with the virus, prompting the authorization of a third “booster” shot to increase the “effectiveness” of the vaccines that Walensky in August said had already begun “waning.”

The CDC Director’s statements revealed that vaccinated people could catch and spread the virus to other vaccinated people, and the government cleverly dubbed the term “breakthrough case” to minimize what many vaccinated Americans had begun to experience.

Meanwhile, the president’s attitude towards Americans who chose not to take the injections began to grow increasingly hostile.

In a September speech, where he parrotted the now-proven-false idea that COVID-19 was a “pandemic of the unvaccinated,” Biden scolded unvaccinated Americans and stated that “we’ve been patient, but our patience is wearing thin.”

“This is a pandemic of the unvaccinated. And it’s caused by the fact that despite America having an unprecedented and successful vaccination program, despite the fact that for almost five months free vaccines have been available in 80,000 different locations, we still have nearly 80 million Americans who have failed to get the shot,” Biden said.

What did the Biden administration mean by “unprecedented and successful,” if they had just admitted a month before that the injections were no longer preventing people from getting sick with COVID?

People who got the shots still got sick. That’s hardly a success. Was the standard of achievement merely measured by how many American arms were injected, or was the administration just gaslighting everyone?

Further, why would unvaccinated people be at fault for getting vaccinated people sick if the vaccines were as truly effective as the government initially promised in the early months of Biden’s presidency?

If they were so effective, why would there be a need for a “booster” in the first place?

“For the vast majority of you who have gotten vaccinated, I understand your anger at those who haven’t gotten vaccinated.  I understand the anxiety about getting a ‘breakthrough’ case,” Biden said. “But as the science makes clear, if you’re fully vaccinated, you’re highly protected from severe illness, even if you get COVID-19.”

Biden’s veiled threats against the unvaccinated that day preceded a flurry of forceful executive action mandating that 20 million healthcare workers, including all federal workers and government contractors, take the injections.

The executive action further entailed an unconstitutional U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) mandate that forced all private sector employers with 100 or more employees to require that their workers — over 80 million people — were either vaccinated or subject to weekly testing for the virus.

From July to January, the U.S. experienced a state of injection-mania. Military service members who refused the injections were dishonorably discharged, thousands of vaccine refusers lost their day-to-day jobs, and hospitals experienced staff shortages due to defiant nurse walkouts, all while the newly discovered Omicron variant began to make headlines in mid-to-late December.

Some Americans who had received the initial two-dose vaccine regimen earlier that year, and had managed to escape the Delta variant with ease, saw no reason to get a third shot prior to the emergence of Omicron, figuring that two shots was enough protection.

However, unlike the government’s narrative during the onset of Delta (an approach that was presumably rooted in the deterrence of “vaccine hesitancy”), hundreds of millions of “fully vaccinated” Americans were immediately informed by U.S. health officials and “experts” that Omicron “evaded” the first two doses, and were subsequently told that the third “booster” injection was the solution for better “protection.”

Thus, millions and millions more dedicated and double-vaccinated government-trusters went back into the doctor’s office to get their third “booster” shot.

In January to February 2022, the U.S. recorded more COVID cases than ever before, at one point going over 1.2 million in a single day. These numbers included many people who had received three vaccine doses.

In the months following, the list of infections afflicting triple vaccinated people continued to grow. The phenomena continues to this day, as seen in the cases of high-profile Democrat politicians and even senior officials in Biden’s own administration.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Attorney General Merrick Garland, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Hillary Clinton, outgoing White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, and former President Barack Obama — all triple-vaxxed – have recently caught the coronavirus despite their repeated injections and claimed to have mild to no symptoms.

They uniformly credited the vaccine for preventing harsh symptoms that require hospitalization.

Biden is now pushing Congress to authorize more money for a fourth dose of the vaccine designated for the general population despite evidence suggesting that the “protection” it gives individuals dramatically decreases in just four weeks.

The fourth jab is said to contain a different mRNA formula targeting the Omicron and is currently in development by Moderna and Pfizer, who hope to have it approved in the fall. This would exclude the fifth dose that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized for immunocompromised individuals on March 29.

But it doesn’t stop there. On April 8, ex-FDA commissioner and current Pfizer board member Scott Gottlieb recently said the COVID vaccines may become an “annualized” event that continues indefinitely — far from what was promised to America in early 2021.

“Look, I think this is gonna be an annual vaccine,” said Gottlieb, who served as FDA commissioner from 2017 to 2019. “We’re gonna get away from the lexicon of calling these subsequent doses ‘boosters’ and this will settle into an annual pattern.”

Many Americans, particularly young and otherwise healthy individuals, chose to get the initial two-dose vaccine, and the eventual third “booster” because they were concerned about spreading the virus to others, such as their elderly or immunocompromised relatives, or coworkers — not necessarily because they were concerned about themselves being hospitalized or killed by the virus.

For many, COVID-19 vaccination was an act of selflessness, but the Biden administration’s August admissions about the shots left many of those Americans feeling like they had pointlessly received the injections when they were told to put their masks back on, and even more so when their COVID tests would come back positive.

This is something that the government has defiantly refused to acknowledge to this day, and likely has contributed to the large disparities between the “fully vaccinated,” “booster” recipients, and those who refuse to get the shots at all because they’ve watched this all play out from the sidelines.

It would be hard to believe that as many triple-vaccinated Americans, who had caught coronavirus following vaccination, would be happy to sign up for a fourth shot just the same as double-vaccinated infection-catchers had signed up for the third, but that would require an underestimation of the overall stubbornness of the American population and their blind willingness to do as they’re told.

As injection-mania continues at full tilt, Biden administration COVID czar and Wuhan lab-funder Dr. Anthony Fauci is again warning of incoming “rigid” COVID restrictions as certain American cities are reinsitutting forced masking in the face of daily increases in COVID cases, which have gone up to about 37,000 per day on average — a little bit higher than where America was in April 2020.

In terms of cases, we are no better off than where we were back when COVID was in its infancy, if not worse. All the while, America has seen new virus strains, countless “breakthrough” cases, deadly vaccine side effects, the dissolution of human rights, the toxic oppression of unvaccinated people, and major pharmaceutical companies taking in massive profits.

Maybe the handlers in control of Joe Biden’s Twitter account should consider that before they tweet about the “successful” and precious COVID-19 vaccine.

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