by JD Heyes
The World Health Organization was busted earlier this year carrying water for the Chinese government in terms of helping Beijing cover up its responsibility for COVID-19 and the resulting global pandemic the virus caused.
In fact, the cover-up was so egregious that President Donald Trump took the extraordinary step of cutting off the WHO from American tax dollars.
But now it appears as though the global health agency is attempting to atone for its past mistakes involving Beijing’s coronavirus cover-up with some damning new information regarding the highly controversial COVID-19 vaccines — namely, that they don’t do anything to stop the spread of the disease.
During a virtual press conference earlier this week, WHO chief scientist Soumya Swaminathan was specific:
“I don’t believe we have the evidence on any of the vaccines to be confident that it’s going to prevent people from actually getting the infection and therefore being able to pass it on.”
Mind you, that is the entire purpose behind a vaccine in the first place — to not only inoculate people, but to prevent the spread of the disease the vaccine is meant to target.
So if they don’t actually do what they’re supposed to do, why are governments, including ours, spending billions of dollars to manufacture and distribute them?