The media gets vaccines exactly wrong (again).


by Alex Berenson, Unreported Truths:

The elite media has found the crisis in American healthcare.

It’s not the decade-long tsunami of opioid prescriptions that unleashed an overdose crisis that has killed over 1 million Americans.

Nor that healthcare costs so much in the United States that it can bankrupt people even if they have insurance. Or that Americans have years shorter life expectancies than Western Europeans despite (or because of) that extra spending. Or that getting a routine doctor’s visit now takes over a month in many cities.


Or even that American physicians still offer trans surgeries and puberty blocking medicines to minors even though Britain and other countries have restricted them.


The central crisis in American medicine turns out to be that some people now wonder if vaccines work as well as public health experts claim.

This skepticism is worthy of a highly promoted new book from vaccine fanatic Dr. Peter Hotez and a five-part series last week in Politico. Politico, the self-styed newsletter of the Washington elite, titled its heave THE RISE OF THE ANTI-VACCINE MOVEMENT (all-caps in original).

Lost in the screaming: The bubbling concerns about vaccines have had essentially no practical impact on rates of non-mRNA vaccinations. Americans remain highly willing to vaccinate themselves and their children.

Vaccination rates for standard childhood vaccines were 93 percent in the 2021-2022 school year, according to the Centers for Disease Control. And uptake of the first round of Covid jabs was practically indistinguishable in the United States and Europe in people over 65, who are at by far the highest risk from Covid. Even now, the United States is pushing the new mRNA Covid boosters harder than Europe.

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