Cardiologist and Baylor University Medical Center Vice Chief of Medicine Dr. Peter McCullough first pointed out that about 50 percent of new COVID-19 cases were a result of "vaccine failure." He told Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) President Del Bigtree in a July 22 interview: "We have about half the cases are indeed vaccine failures."
McCullough also noted that about 80 percent of COVID-19 cases in Israel were among vaccinated individuals. Sixty percent of Israelis hospitalized for COVID-19 were fully inoculated using the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. He also noted the same statistics in the U.K. with 75 percent of COVID-19 cases occurring among vaccinated Britons. Forty percent of Britons hospitalized for COVID-19 were fully vaccinated, McCullough continued.
The cardiologist mentioned the role of the Sinovac Biotech vaccine in causing the appearance of new variants. "In the case of India, it was the use of the Sinovac vaccine that really prompted the emergence of the [B16172] delta variant. [Now,] we're seeing Sinovac again being the stimulus for the emergence of the [C37] lambda variant out of Peru. So mass vaccination, as opposed to targeted vaccination, is in a sense creating the problem of this immune escape of the virus," McCullough said.
He continued that the delta variant was one in a sequence of mutations caused by mass vaccination. It underwent antigenic or immune escape and dodged vaccine antibodies to cause COVID-19 in people, McCullough said.
Aside from McCullough, Yale University epidemiologist Dr. Harvey Risch said that according to doctors, majority of new COVID-19 cases they treated were from vaccinated people. During his April 2021 interview with Steve Bannon, he gave a higher percentage of inoculated individuals who caught COVID-19. "They've estimated 60 percent of new patients they've been treating have been people who've been vaccinated," Risch said that time. (Related: At least 60 percent of all new Covid-19 "cases" are occurring in people who were already vaccinated.)
McCullough also defended that natural immunity was leagues better than vaccine-induced immunity. He told Bigtree: "Natural immunity appears to be robust, complete and durable. [When] there's a really solid case of someone documented with infection, … that person has, what we believe, is lifetime durable immunity."
Bigtree then asked if doctors and scientists claiming that vaccine-induced immunity was better than its natural counterpart were lying. McCullough answered in the affirmative, saying those claims were false statements that "may be intended to somehow promote the vaccine."
"Vaccination is influencing the natural ecological biology of the virus. So we're getting fewer strains … that are becoming more dominant as they try to escape the immunity of the vaccine. We are getting signals [that] the current sets of vaccines don't work anymore … [and] that we probably should shut down the vaccine program," McCullough said.
A new paper appeared to support McCullough's defense of natural immunity being superior to vaccine-induced immunity. The authors of a July 14 study published in Cell Reports Medicine observed more than 250 COVID-19 patients for eight months and measured immune markers in their blood samples. The patients included both men and women who recovered from bouts of mild, moderate and severe disease.
Using cross-sectional and longitudinal studies, the researchers found that SARS-CoV-2 infection causes the immune system to generate polyclonal, humoral and cellular immune responses. These responses targeted multiple vital proteins and established long-term immunity to SARS-CoV-2 and other coronaviruses.
The researchers concluded: "Overcoming the challenges to end the pandemic is accentuated by the recognition that SARS-CoV-2 can undergo rapid antigenic variation that may lower vaccine effectiveness in preventing new cases and progression to severe disease." (Related: GREAT NEWS: Natural immunity to coronavirus is comprehensive and DURABLE – study.)
McCullough ultimately said during his interview with Bigtree: "It's pretty clear, Americans don't want the [COVID-19] vaccine. The word is out [and] they understand it's not working. They see their relatives getting sick after vaccination. [They're] seeing record numbers of vaccine-related fatalities and injuries."
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