Boris Johnson Says the Vaccine Doesn’t Prevent Infection or Transmission of Alleged Virus

Out shilling the booster shot over the weekend, Boris Johnson just stated outright that the vaccine does nothing to protect against infection or transmission of the alleged coronavirus.

He said:

So the message is that the boosters are fantastic. The levels of protection are really very high, but it’s also very, very important that you get one because the double vaccination provides a lot of protection against serious illness and death but it doesn’t protect you against catching the disease, and it doesn’t protect you against passing it on. So now is the time to get your booster.

The basic fact is that there is no way to measure the efficiency of the vaccine.

Saying “you got sick, sure – but if you hadn’t gotten the vaccine, you’d have gotten much sicker” is totally nonfalsifiable.

This came up with the Colin (pronounced “Colon”) Powell situation – he got the vaccine and then died, and they said “well, he was in a high risk category because he had cancer and was 84 years old.” But elderly people with serious illness were the only ones that they were claiming died from the supposed virus in any significant numbers in the first place. What they said is that the purpose of the vaccine was to prevent 84-year-olds with cancer from dying.

Young, healthy people – according to the experts and their data – have basically no risk of dying from the virus in the first place. Lord Puppy Torturer and all of the rest of these people said that the reason that young people needed to be vaxed is that they could spread the disease to vaxed older people, not because they are personally at risk of dying.

I don’t know, man.

It’s hard to keep saying this same stuff over and over.

None of it makes any sense, and it isn’t supposed to make sense.

They are just trying to bury everyone in gibberish.