Three Popular Claims About COVID That Turned Out To Be False


by Arjun Walia, The Pulse:

Legacy media and governments have amassed a tremendous amount of power over our thoughts, feelings and emotions. When it comes to our perception about major global events, whether it be climate change, COVID-19, 9/11, or what’s happening in Ukraine, it’s often beamed into our consciousness as an unquestionable truth.


We’ve put our consciousness in the hands of powerful people who have labelled opposing views and evidence, no matter how strong, as “misinformation” and “conspiracy theories.”

“Fact-checking” organizations have also been birthed. And despite being called out and exposed by the likes of the British Medical Journal, and many others, they are still censoring information that opposes the “official” position of government, big corporations, pharmaceutical companies and federal health regulatory agencies – regardless of what the truth actually is.

After being proven wrong time and time again, they continue to muzzle scientists and promote irresponsible and incorrect conclusions about many things related to COVID-19.

  1. Claim: Natural COVID -19 immunity does not provide strong protection against COVID-19, especially compared to the vaccines.

One common theme throughout the pandemic was the idea that natural immunity is not strong in preventing transmission or reducing severe disease. This idea was beamed out by mainstream media and government health officials consistently.

For example, in August 2021 the US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy said despite the fact that people can gain some protection after contracting Covid-19, it’s “not nearly as strong” as the vaccine.

Scientists and other experts in their fields who shared evidence regarding the strength of natural immunity were quickly ‘fact checked,’ censored, and in our case here at The Pulse, demonetized.

Dr. Marty Makary of Johns Hopkins provided one of many examples when it comes to censorship of science around this fact. This was from February 2022.

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