Paul Craig Roberts • August 2, 2021 •
CDC internal data published by Washington Post totally contradicts the CDC’s claim that “vaccination provides substantial protection against the virus.” There is no basis in the CDC’s own data for the false claim.
Despite vaccination providing “substantial protection,” “universal masking is essential to reduce transmission of the Delta variant,” the CDC says. This amounts to the claim that masks offer more protection than vaccination. This claim is also known to be false. Unless the mask is a N95, masks offer no protection.
The CDC document says “new research suggests vaccinated people can spread the virus.”
The CDC document says: “vaccinated individuals infected with delta may be able to transmit the virus as easily as those who are unvaccinated. Vaccinated people infected with delta have measurable viral loads similar to those who are unvaccinated and infected with the variant.”
The CDC document says: “Vaccine breakthrough cases are expected to increase as a percentage of total cases as vaccine coverage increases.” In other words, the breakthrough cases described as “rare” by the CDC are not rare. Studies in Singapore and other countries show that 75 percent of new Covid infections reportedly occur in people who are vaccinated.