The numbers for Moderna’s “vaccines” are abysmal. The experimental drug does not seem to protect people from Covid-19 very well, particularly the Delta Variant. A study indicates it only has a 76% effectiveness rate. When we take into account natural immunity and the lack of severity of symptoms from the disease for people under the age of 45, 76% is horrible.
But hey, at least they’re not stuck with Pfizer’s numbers which are much, much worse. They’re showing a 46% effectiveness rate, which is about the same as injecting a placebo.
Anthony Fauci is dismissing all of this. In fact, his denials of a gap between the two mRNA drugs has led some to wonder if he owns shares of Pfizer. According to Fox News:
Anthony Fauci has dismissed a study that deemed the Moderna vaccine as more effective than the Pfizer one against the COVID-19 delta variant.
The Mayo Clinic and Cambridge-based biotech company nfrence conducted the study, posted in medrvix last week, by analyzing samples of delta variant prevalence in Minnesota from January to July.
When asked if this indicated that individuals should seek a Moderna dose for the booster shot, Fauci disagreed.
“That study … is a pre-print study, it hasn’t been fully peer-reviewed,” Fauci said on CBS’s “Face the Nation.” “I don’t doubt what they’re seeing, but there are a lot of confounding variables in there, about when one was started, the relative amount of people in that cohort who were delta vs alpha – right now, if we get boosters … it’s clear we want to make sure we get people, if possible, to get the boost from the original vaccine.”
Fauci once again stressed that he hopes full authorization occurs soon, which will help bolster vaccination efforts.
For a “doctor” who is “unbiased” and supposedly “follows the science,” Anthony Fauci seems awfully invested into protecting the reputation of Pfizer’s failed “vaccine.” Maybe we should check his investment portfolio.