Jeremy Hammond CDC is Lying, Outright!

Jeremy Hammon is an independent investigative journalist and he’s right into the whole vaccine thing.
He points out the sheer irrationality etc. of the covid vaccine thing.
You can google his site and go there and sign up for his (free) newsletters.
Here’s part of his latest one:
What We’ve Learned So Far
To summarize, as briefly as I can, what I’ve already covered:

  • The public is being told by the CDC and the entire medical establishment that natural immunity is insufficient protection and inferior to the immunity induced by COVID-19 vaccines.
  • This claim rests, firstly, on the argument that waning antibodies in the blood equals loss of immunity.
  • The entire scientific community, certainly including the CDC, knows that this premise is false.
  • In truth, it is normal for antibodies to wane rapidly after a peak following infection.
  • Furthermore, the rate of antibody decay is not constant but levels off and plateaus, and even low levels of antibodies are known to be sufficient to destroy the virus before it can enter and replicate in human cells.
  • Furthermore, there are immune responses other than antibodies that are protective. Helper T cells coordinate a broad array of cellular immune responses, including induction of B cells differentiating into plasma cells that can churn out virus-specific antibodies as needed — if needed. Killer T cells search out and destroy infected cells to limit and clear infection and prevent disease.
  • Furthermore, even if a detectable level of antibodies disappears entirely or was never developed in the first place, there is both T cell and B cell memory, the latter of which includes induction of long-lived bone marrow plasma cells that can churn out highly potent antibodies if needed in the event of reexposure. The induction of these cells indicates long-term immunity — probably lasting decades or even a lifetime.
  • Interestingly, studies have shown that infection with “common cold” coronaviruses induces cross-reactive T cell immune responses to SARS-CoV-2 that are likely to reduce disease severity if not to prevent significant infection in the first place — with or without antibodies.
  • The vaccines, on the other hand, have not been shown to induce long-lived immunological memory.
  • The medical establishment’s claim rests, secondly, on the argument that vaccination “boosts” natural immunity to afford better protection, the false premise of which is that more antibodies equals better immunity.
  • In truth, antibodies are neither always sufficient nor even necessary for immunity to viruses, and this is the case for SARS-CoV-2. People who never develop antibodies can still clear an infection while experiencing only mild symptoms or no clinical disease at all, whereas people who develop a high antibody titer but have deficiencies in T cell immunity can still die from COVID-19.
  • Furthermore, far from a higher level of neutralizing antibodies being associated with stronger immunity, a high antibody titer is associated with more severe COVID-19, whereas individuals with highly effective immune responses that rapidly clear the infection without significant illness tend to develop fewer antibodies or none at all.
The Narrow Immunological Focus of COVID-19 Vaccines
So, that brings me to where I left off in my last newsletter. The next point I want to emphasize is that the vaccines do not induce the same immune responses as infection.

Briefly, without getting too much into the details, both the mRNA vaccines (Pfizer and Moderna) and the vector vaccine (Johnson & Johnson) work by injecting genetic instructions into the body that enter the cells and induce them to produce the spike protein of the original Wuhan strain of SARS-CoV-2 — which is now extinct outside of laboratories.

Hence, the immune responses induced by vaccination only include responses to the spike protein, whereas infection induces immune responses to the whole virus.

Importantly, T cell responses appear to focus at least equally, if not predominantly, on the nucleocapsid and membrane proteins.

The route of exposure is important, too. Infection occurs through the respiratory tract, and induction of mucosal immunity in the tract lining is important for limiting transmissibility of the virus from an infected individual.

Scientists from the start anticipated that getting a shot in the arm would not induce strong mucosal immunity, both because of the narrow focus on the spike and because vaccines largely bypass innate immune defenses and do not induce the same adaptive immune responses due to the differing route of delivery.

Tellingly, as I’ve reported on my social media (see links to follow me at the foot of any newsletter), the CDC just updated its public health guidance for fully vaccinated individuals to tell them that they need to start wearing masks again when in public indoor settings.

In Israel, the first country to implement a mass vaccination campaign aiming to vaccinate the entire eligible population, according to mainstream Israeli news media, health ministry data show that half of recent COVID-19 cases are fully vaccinated individuals.

Israeli military intelligence has also warned since January that, due to the suboptimal immunity conferred by vaccines, the mass vaccination campaign could put evolutionary pressure on SARS-CoV-2 leading to the emergence of a variant that can escape vaccine-conferred immunity.

That gets us into the third argument used to support the CDC’s recommendation for people who are already immune to still get vaccinated, which is that vaccines offer better protection against variants.

We’ll thoroughly debunk that lie, too, in due time. That’s all for now!

In Solidarity,

Jeremy

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