KISS lead singer Gene Simmons has tested positive for Covid-19. The band has postponed their tour until further notice.
Celebrities have been making the news on a daily basis after catching the coronavirus, and invariably they are “vaccinated.” But Simmons’ case is noteworthy because literally everyone he’s been around while on the road touring is “fully-vaccinated” as well.
The NY Post is generally reliable as a mainstream media source, but even they buried the lede on this story, waiting until the bottom of the article to drop the important news:
In announcing the rockers’ breakthrough cases, Kiss has also revealed that the entire band and touring crew are fully vaccinated.
Members of Kiss “and their crew have operated in a bubble independently to safeguard everyone as much as possible at each show and in between shows,” the band wrote in a statement following Stanley’s diagnosis. “The tour also has a COVID safety protocol officer on staff full-time that is ensuring everyone is closely following all CDC guidelines.”
The CDC and other government health organizations continue to press for universal vaccinations while conspicuously ignoring the emerging truth that they simply aren’t effective at stopping the disease. They are often touted as a way to mitigate symptoms, which would make the injections more of a treatment than a vaccine. But there are much more effective treatments available that are being suppressed. Why?
The answer, of course, is that anything that might discourage people and impede the powers-that-be of achieving their goal of universal vaccinations must be opposed violently by the vaccine-nannies. They have no intention of letting facts or science get in the way of their agenda.
Gene Simmons has pushed mandatory vaccines and face masks despite many considering him to be “conservative.” But Covid-19 doesn’t care about vaccines or face masks any more than it cares about rock n’ roll.