Biden caught on video spreading COVID misinformation

President Joe Biden and his colleagues in his coalition of leftists have been attacking “misinformation” about COVID-19 for months.

Don’t mention ivermectin in a blog post, although it’s an FDA-approved drug that has proven to help reduce symptoms.

And keep hydroxychloroquine, another approved drug with similar results, entirely off your computer screen. Don’t even type it because Google could be monitoring you and turn you in.

But now Biden has been caught on video spreading COVID misinformation.

He has claimed that vaccinated health care workers cannot spread it.

“We’re making sure healthcare workers are vaccinated because if you seek care at a healthcare facility, you should have the certainty that the people providing that care are protected from COVID and cannot spread it to you,” he said.

His full statement was: “Still had more than a quarter of the people in the United States who are eligible for vaccinations but didn’t get the shot and we know there is no other way to beat the pandemic than to get the vast majority of Americans vaccinated. It’s as simple as that.”

He continued, “And to and to spread to our children and to spread through society and to our hospitals the risk of other variants it’s all dangerous and obvious but we’re still not there.

“We have to beat this thing so while I didn’t race uh to do it right away that’s why I’ve had to move toward requirements that everyone get vaccinated where I had the authority do to that. It wasn’t my first instinct. My administration is now requiring federal workers to be vaccinated. We’ve also required federal contractors to be vaccinated if you have a contract with the federal government working for the federal government you have to be vaccinated. We’re requiring active duty military to be vaccinated.

“We’re making sure healthcare workers are vaccinated because if you seek care at a healthcare facility, you should have the certainty that the people providing that care are protected from COVID and cannot spread it to you.”

However, the pro-vaccine World Health Organization noted as long ago as a year that, “While a COVID-19 vaccine will protect you from serious illness and death, we are still learning about the extent to which it keeps you from being infected and passing the virus on to others (transmission). The data that is emerging from countries is showing that the vaccines that are currently in use are protecting against severe disease and hospitalization. However, no vaccine is 100% effective and breakthrough infections are regrettable, but to be expected.

“The current evidence shows that vaccines provide some protection from infection and transmission, but that protection is less than that for serious illness and death.”

The WHO ordered, at the time, “To help keep you and others safe, and while efforts continue to reduce viral transmission and ramp up vaccine coverage, you should continue to maintain at least a 1-metre distance from others, cover a cough or sneeze in your elbow, clean your hands frequently and wear a mask, particularly in enclosed, crowded or poorly ventilated spaces.”

Further, the Centers for Disease Control said just weeks ago, “Vaccinated people can still become infected and have the potential [to] spread the virus to others, although at much lower rates than unvaccinated people.”

Via Wnd

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