The head of the U.S. government’s working group on the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus, Dr. Anthony Fauci, admitted that he misled Americans into getting mass vaccinations. Fauci reportedly receives a substantial commission on the sale of the vaccines. 

Fauci increased his estimates of the percentage of citizens who needed to be vaccinated to obtain herd immunity, based on the percentage of those willing to take the antidote to the virus, according to Reuters on Dec. 24.

Although initially he postulated that it would be enough for 60% of the population to be vaccinated while only 50% of the population seemed willing to take it, he later raised his estimates to 70% when 60% of the citizens already want to be vaccinated.

More recently he considered percentages of 75% to 80% and even up to 90% of the population, cited The Blaze. 

Fauci did not mention scientific bases or supports that were supported by previous, duly verified research.  

These manipulations of public opinion are controversial and have drawn criticism both from Fauci and from others involved in mass vaccination, such as the billionaire Bill Gates and the large laboratories that produce and sell the controversial chemical.

One of the people who criticizes this system, surrounded by doubts and uncertainties, is the well-known conservative American activist Candace Owens, who called Gates and Fauci “evil” in one of her tweets. 

Owens also emphasized in her tweet that the pharmaceutical industry is “pure evil” and was “forged with corruption.”

Since the appearance of the CCP Virus, contradictions in its appearance and management have become a characteristic factor worldwide, and the WHO generates many suspicions about it.

Mass immunity or herd immunity refers to the natural ability of a large portion of a community (the herd) becomes immune to a disease, making the spread of disease from person to person unlikely. As a result, the whole community becomes protected—not just those who are immune.

Thus, despite being a concept widely accepted by the scientific community for many years, the WHO deleted and changed the definition of herd immunity from its website and made it suspiciously coincide with the global agenda of vaccines against the CCP Virus and quarantine pens. 

One can see the difference between the two WHO definitions of mass immunity, one taken on June 9 and the other on Nov. 13, 2020.

“What is herd immunity? Herd immunity is the indirect protection from an infectious disease that happens when a population is immune either through vaccination or immunity developed through previous infection,” the initial reference states.

And the recent one: “What is herd immunity? ‘Herd immunity,’ also known as ‘population immunity,’ is a concept used for vaccination, in which a population can be protected from a certain virus if a threshold of vaccination is reached. Herd immunity is achieved by protecting people from a virus, not by exposing them to it.”

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