Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine becomes useless after 11 months
According to science reporter Alex Berenson, that may not be exactly how the company phrased the failure of their product in a press release, but everyone has drawn that conclusion.
Published: October 22, 2021, 9:22 am
The only reasonable way to understand Pfizer’s press release claiming that the booster is 95 percent effective, is to recall that the booster is given to people who have already been jabbed.
“And when they tested a booster against a placebo in those people, they found a 95 percent reduction in disease in people who received the booster (for a total of 11 weeks after they received the booster, excluding the first week, because science – by which I mean because including that week would not help their results).
“Where have you heard that figure before? Oh yeah, it is exactly the same relative risk reduction they claimed in the pivotal trial last year, when they tested the initial dose against placebo.”
According to Berenson, the only reasonable explanation was that the booster was providing temporary protection similar to what the first two-dose series did. “So where’s the protection from the initial two doses?” Berenson rightly wanted to know, suggesting that boosters were only given because the shots do not work.
“There is one difference, though. The absolute risk appeared at least two to three times higher in the vaccinated people in this trial than in unvaccinated people in the initial trial – 110 infections in 5000 people in 10 weeks, compared to 162 infections in 20 000 people in about the same period.”
This was clear evidence that vaccines do not work, he pointed out. Berenson added that the Pfizer press release included no specific safety data.
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