Emails obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request show the primary justification for COVID-19 vaccine mandates was predicated on a glaring falsehood, and a slew of public health officials were well aware of the lie.
Documented correspondence between CDC Director Rochelle Walensky and former NIH Director Francis Collins showed they knew of and discussed “breakthrough cases” in vaccinated individuals as early as January 2021, right as vaccinations became available to the masses.
Walensky states in the discovered email, that “clearly” breakthrough cases are “an important area of study.” She also provided a link to a study which addressed the issue, and proceeded to assure the email recipients that the matter was being relayed to Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Turns out this was a big fat lie. Walensky was privately discussing breakthrough infections right at the start of the "vaccine" rollout in January 2021.
(notice also that Covid origin fraudsters Collins and Fauci were entangled in this and then lied about it)
— Hans Mahncke (@HansMahncke) June 20, 2023
Weeks and months after acknowledging this data, her public announcements entailed intentional misinformation, saying vaccinated people “don’t carry the virus” and “don’t get sick.”
March 29, 2021. Rochelle Walensky, Director of CDC, infamously declared on MSNBC: "Vaccinated people do not carry the virus, don't get sick."
New emails obtained by FOIA from Jan 30, 2021 now show that Walensky knew this was a lie at the time she said it.
— Kevin Bass PhD MS (@kevinnbass) June 20, 2023
After the public began to realize that COVID-19 infections were occurring in the vaccinated, Walensky defended her lies about virus transmission amongst the vaccinated in a congressional hearing. She maintained her claims were true during the time she said them, citing particular virus strands from early 2021 as her reasoning.
The newly disclosed documents prove Walenksy knew these declarations were false, however, she proceeded to pedal the misinformation, ultimately resulting in government justification to mandate the shots for work, travel, school, and the entrance to indoor businesses in some states.