Question: How dangerous is the Delta Variant?
Answer: There is no Delta Variant. Because there is no original SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Question: Why are we hearing that the majority of new cases of COVID-19 are occurring in the unvaccinated?
Answer: "A case" means a positive PCR test. The test doesn't detect a virus. There is no virus. But since people who test positive are called cases…think it through. People who have been vaccinated are far less likely to get tested than people who haven't been vaccinated. Therefore, it's going to look like "most new cases" are occurring in the unvaccinated.
Furthermore, the CDC instituted a change in the way vaccinated people are then tested. The sensitivity of the test has been reduced for them—which means fewer results indicating "infection with the virus." This is outright manipulation. Unvaccinated people are still tested at higher sensitivity, meaning more of them will seem to be "infected."
Question: Experts say the vaccine may not prevent infection with the virus, but it will greatly reduce the chance of serious illness or hospitalization. True?
Answer: False. First of all, this is a vaccine to protect against a virus that doesn't exist. Second, the 3 major clinical trials of the vaccine were only designed to show the vaccine could protect against mild disease, such as a cough, or chills and fever.