Dr. Deborah Birx, once trusted as the administration’s COVID-19 response coordinator, downplayed accusations of lying in her testimony in front of the Coronavirus Crisis Select Subcommittee. It was more like “hoping,” she weaseled.
Birx hoped vaccine would work
Even though it isn’t really a “vaccine” as that word is usually defined, because it doesn’t produce any “immunity,” Birx and her cronies tried to force the experimental MRNA injection on every single American, like it or not.
They weren’t “lying,” she told Ohio Lawmaker Jim Jordan, when the federal government officially announced “COVID-19 vaccines would stop transmission of the virus.” Instead, she now admits, they were “hoping.” Like that makes it alright.
On Thursday, June 23, Jordan skewered Dr. Birx with sharply pointed questions. He had all sorts of examples to suggest that the government lied. Reports from health agencies and officials going back to 2021 which clearly stated for the record that “vaccinated people can’t catch or spread COVID-19.” He spelled it out in little words so she couldn’t complain she didn’t understand the question.
“When the government told us, told the American people that people who had been vaccinated couldn’t get it, were they guessing or were they lying?” She played it safe with an answer that won’t trigger perjury charges later. “I don’t know.” Maybe a little of both, she didn’t say.
Deborah Birx is high enough up the food chain to realize a question like that demands some sort of an answer which at least makes some kind of sense, then they can fight it out later in the press. While Jordan was hurling his next interrogatory at her, she thought fast.
“You’re saying in this administration that you can’t rule out the fact that our government was lying to us when they told us the vaccinated could not get the virus?” That is what she said… He let her off the hook on any of the wild claims the Biden crew came up with because she wasn’t there for that. Jordan definitely held her feet to the fire with policies she was admittedly in on.
It wasn’t the truth
“When the government told us that the vaccinated couldn’t transmit it, was that a lie or was that a guess? Or is it the same answer?” The best thing Birx could come up with on the spot was “I think it was hope that the vaccine would work in that way.” Sure, that’s the ticket. Nice and vague. She had nothing to do with Joe Biden’s false statement in December of 2021 that “vaccinated individuals cannot spread COVID-19.”
Earlier, in May of 2021, Dr. Anthony Fauci assured the public that vaccinated people are a “dead end” for the virus, because it is “extremely unlikely” for them to spread it to others. That wasn’t her problem either.
Jordan wasn’t going to let her off the hook that easy. “What we do know is it wasn’t the truth. So they were either guessing, lying or hoping, and communicating that information to the citizens of this country.” Ah! Multiple choice!
“I think they were hoping,” Birx once again answered. Final answer? Maybe not. She “thinks” they were “hoping.” If it ever comes out that they knew they were feeding the public fertilizer she won’t have to worry about charges of lying to congress.
Birx should at least be aware of the same level of information available to the public at Wikipedia. “A vaccine is a biological preparation that provides active acquired immunity to a particular infectious disease. A vaccine typically contains an agent that resembles a disease-causing microorganism and is often made from weakened or killed forms of the microbe, its toxins, or one of its surface proteins. The agent stimulates the body’s immune system to recognize the agent as a threat, destroy it, and to further recognize and destroy any of the microorganisms associated with that agent that it may encounter in the future.”
The COVID shot isn’t a weakened form of the virus. It produces no immunity at all. Instead it’s a whole new technology. “As mRNA is genetic material, mRNA vaccines can be looked at as a genetic-based therapy, but they are classified as vaccines and are not designed to alter your genes,” said Dr Adam Taylor, a virologist and research fellow at the Menzies Health Institute, Queensland, Griffith University. That makes it okay then. That “genetic material” comes from aborted babies, by the way. That’s the basis for the “religious” exception to the shot.
“Gene therapy, in the classical sense, involves making deliberate changes to a patient’s DNA in order to treat or cure them. mRNA vaccines will not enter a cell’s nucleus that houses your DNA genome. There is zero risk of these vaccines integrating into our own genome or altering our genetic makeup.” It’s still not a vaccine. What is truth? Said Pontius Pilate and washed his hands.