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Horowitz: 10 places that show the COVID shots have failed miserably
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Horowitz: 10 places that show the COVID shots have failed miserably

At some point the COVID fascists and the injection addicts need to own the failure of their own policies. For better or for worse, they have been successful in defeating and censoring any opposition, so it is their policies that are the ones in place — not ours. They must therefore own the panic from the growing spread in many states and countries.

The reality is that anyone who has not had prior SARS-CoV-2 infection is "unvaccinated." There is no vaccine for this virus, and the therapeutic that is fraudulently being marketed as such has clearly made the virus worse than last year, even though most adults have taken it and despite half the population already having had the virus.

As bad as the results from the so-called vaccine are, just remember the efficacy is even worse than you think. When outcomes (cases, hospitalizations, deaths) are subject to reporting delays but vaccination rates are not, the inevitable result is an overstating of vaccine efficacy. What this means is that much of what we think of as waning efficacy may actually just be poor efficacy from the get-go.

While there are dozens of examples of vaccine failure across the globe – with cases spreading quicker than they ever did before the vaccination – here are 10 of the most jarring examples:

1. U.K.

There is nowhere to run or hide from the negative effects of the shots in the U.K. After accomplishing one of the quickest and most universal vaccination drives, the U.K. now has more cases than it did during last winter's wave when nobody was vaccinated.

The U.K. Health Security Agency also puts out the most consistent granular data on cases by vaccination status each week. Indeed, in all age groups above 30, there is now a negative efficacy to the shots, and in some age groups, the vaccinated are twice as likely to get COVID as those without the shots.

Plugging in the percentage vaccinated by each age cohort, you get a rough efficacy against symptomatic infection as follows:

Houston, we've got a problem. The only reason the numbers for children are so high aside from the fact that most were vaccinated recently is because they are mass-tested in schools.

According to the UKSHA data, roughly 82% of the deaths the past three weeks have been among the fully vaccinated.

2. Iceland

Few countries in the Western world did better than Iceland … before the mass vaccination. Although the country still isn't experiencing too many deaths, as the population appears to be somewhat immune all along, Icelanders have now experienced two larger waves than before 92% of adults chose to get the shots.

3. Singapore

Singapore blows up the myth of the shots perhaps more than any other country. It is one of those Far East countries that, based on a year of data, appeared to be somewhat immune to the virus, especiall to critical illness. Yet, precisely after nearly every adult in the country was vaccinated, Singapore is now experiencing a wave that blows out any prior wave – to the point where the population is now incurring what is the equivalent of 800 deaths per day in the U.S.

Although the U.S. has obviously experienced more than 800 deaths a day, that is a very high number for a country that enjoys much better health and lower obesity rates than Americans. There is nowhere to run or hide and nobody else to blame. Clearly, the shots have made the virus worse.

4. Netherlands

The Dutch mistakenly thought that a seasonal low in cases was really due to the vaccines. Well, after achieving an 84% vaccination rate among adults, they have now suffered a 680% increase in cases in the virus in just a month and a half. They set a record in cases per day as well as a 19.2% positivity rate.

Rather than suspending this dangerous shot and pushing early treatment and monoclonal antibodies, they are headed back to lockdown.

5. Belgium

If there is any country that you'd think would be done with this virus, it's Belgium. The Belgians already had a massive wave last fall and have suffered one of the highest death rates in the world. Yet despite (or perhaps because of) a similar vaccination rate to the Netherlands, they are now experiencing another large wave, several months after vaccinating most adults. Which province has the highest case rate? You guessed it – the most vaccinated one! According to the Brussels Times, West Flanders, where 60 out of 64 municipalities are above 80 percent vaccination (nearly universal among adults), is "experiencing an incidence of 1,363 cases per 100,000 inhabitants over the last 14 days, it is by far the province where the virus is circulating the most, and where the increase remains the strongest (+67 percent in one week)."

6. Cayman Islands

In case you think the surge is an anomaly in Europe, the Cayman Islands are now experiencing their worst surge in cases to date. With just 65,000 people, this island nation had very little COVID for the past year and a half. According to Reuters, the country has administered at least 116,507 doses of COVID vaccines so far, which would essentially be enough to give nearly every adult two shots. So, they avoided COVID altogether, right? Nope, they have one of the highest case rates per capita in the world precisely after they achieved universal vaccination.

7. New Mexico

In the United States, we supposedly have states that did it right and states that did not. New Mexico has had strict lockdowns, strict mask-wearing, and one of the stronger vaccine coercion regimes. New Mexico ranks 14 among the 50 states in terms of vaccination rate. It now has a higher case rate than neighboring states experiencing the same seasonal wave among the Western Mountain states. Hospitals are now at 150% capacity.

8. Maine

After vaccinating, at least partially, nearly 100% of those over 65, Maine now has as many hospitalizations and more cases as last winter, and it's only mid-November.

Remember, Maine not only has a vaccine mandate on workers, but it does not accept religious exemptions. Points for "effort" are not awarded by this virus to faulty vaccines.

9. Seychelles

Nearly every African country has done pretty well with COVID, but this tiny island country in the Indian Ocean has more deaths than almost any country in Africa, even though it has, by far, the highest vaccination rate in the continent. In fact, the country barely had a single death before the mass vaccination! By my count, all but 14 of its 122 deaths occurred after 60% of the country and most adults were vaccinated.

10. Gibraltar

And now for the one that takes the cake. Despite having the seventh highest per capita COVID death rate and fifth highest case rate since the beginning of the pandemic, this tiny country is now on its second Delta wave. This, despite 100% of the adult population having had the Pfizer shots and 40% having had the boosters! You can't beat a tiny country that is 100% vaxxed and was "being careful" the entire time, right? Well, the Gibraltar government has just advised people to cancel Christmas plans. Its current case rate is over 160 per hundred thousand, nearly double the rate in the U.S. during its winter peak.

The media keeps asserting that a leaky vaccine is somehow better than no vaccine. But we know that a 2015 study on a leaky chicken vaccine concluded the opposite. "Our data show that anti-disease vaccines that do not prevent transmission can create conditions that promote the emergence of pathogen strains that cause more severe disease," warned the U.S. and U.K researchers on the failed Marek's disease vaccine. Given the reality of what we see before our eyes, why is this not a concern regarding the leaky vaccines for humans?

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Daniel Horowitz

Daniel Horowitz

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Daniel Horowitz is the host of “Conservative Review with Daniel Horowitz” and a senior editor for Blaze News.
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