What do you mean, the virus mutates?

In a press conference on July 28, 2021, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, stated that "[t]he big concern is the next variant that might emerge, just a few mutations potentially away, could potentially evade our vaccines."

For Walensky to say the CDC has a "big concern" that the COVID virus might be a few mutations away from being a version that is not susceptible to vaccines is likely a de facto admission that such mutations already exist.

This could explain the reason for the CDC's sudden shift in its recommendation that the widespread use of masks should be reinstated.  But beyond the mask policy change, there is a much more significant indication here.  If we are now dealing with a version of the original COVID virus that cannot be rendered benign or killed by vaccines, then there are two significant conclusions:

– The resurgence of virus cases is not due to the unvaccinated as the politicians would like us to believe; the unvaccinated made the correct choice in avoiding inoculation.  The new virus strains are from mutations that have survived the DNA/mRNA-based vaccines.  As a virus mutates in a vaccinated environment, those versions that evade the effects of the vaccine and survive usually become a more durable and potent strain.  Remember from Darwin: "survival of the fittest."  The new delta mutation is a "survivor" that is also more contagious.  According to Walensky, there may be more such mutations on the way.

– Mandating the use of the current vaccines on the market or any future untested vaccines should cease immediately.  First, the vaccines now being distributed are likely ineffective in dealing with the current mutated viruses, and second, these vaccines are causing the ongoing mutations of the original COVID virus.

Billions of dollars may have been wasted on these vaccines that may have serious untested long-term medical issues and may be the cause of virus variants that are more dangerous and untreatable.

The better course, as many had recommended, would have been to leave the virus alone and treat the symptoms with readily available hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin, or azithromycin, which were known to be effective in dealing with the original virus.

Have we not learned that government interference in arenas in which there are no certain solutions — e.g., use of not fully tested vaccines — always assures the worst possible outcome?

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