Thus, we have a key piece to the puzzle explaining why the Delta outbreak is so formidable — fully vaccinated are participating as COVID-19 patients and acting as powerful Typhoid Mary-style super-spreaders of the infection.
Vaccinated individuals are blasting out concentrated viral explosions into their communities and fueling new COVID surges. Vaccinated healthcare workers are almost certainly infecting their coworkers and patients, causing horrendous collateral damage.
Dr. McCullough is drawing his conclusions based on a preprint paper by the prestigious Oxford University Clinical Research Group. The study examined vaccinated healthcare workers and found:
Viral loads of breakthrough Delta variant infection cases were 251 times higher than those of cases infected with old strains detected between March-April 2020.
One could call these workers weapons of mass destruction. If this plays out globally, then what we have is a large mass of weapons of mass destruction.
I had a hard time trying to figure out the strategy behind the big push for vaccinations. Sure, I get massive profits; I can even believe the depopulation narrative. But it would be the most compliant sheep that would become the depopulated. Is that really the best strategy if one wants to further centralize control?
I recall reading of the Red Army’s push toward Warsaw, toward the end of World War II. As the Poles were fighting the Germans in Warsaw, Stalin stopped short. Those courageous enough to fight the Germans would also next fight the Soviets. Let the majority of the Polish fighters die against the Germans, and the Soviets would inherent the remaining docile population. So, the Red Army waited.
So, why would those in control of this disaster of the last eighteen months have a strategy to kill off only their most adamant supporters, those most willing to acquiesce to any demand? I kept wondering: is there something in the jab that – while of danger to those jabbed – is more dangerous to those not jabbed?
Maybe now I have an answer…time to mask up.