What Did I Just Hear About Unvaccinated?? Updated

While there is a battle going on as to whether or not we should be mandated to get a vaccine, there are a few things for certain. We need truth to be told about this virus, where it came from, how it can be treated and if the vaccine is safe and effective. The problem so many are having, myself included, is there are statistics put out that are just so outrageous it is astounding they are able to say them out loud with a straight face.

While listening to Brian Kilmeade, he had on WHO advisor Jamie Metzl to discuss the origins of the virus and what we need to do to hold those accountable, as well as how the vaccine should be used. He had a statistic that made me go back and listen a couple of times to make sure I heard it correctly.

“There is a debate over whether they should be mandated or not but I hope we can all agree that vaccines help. People who get infected with the virus and are vaccinated, your chance of dying are 1 in 1,000,000. If you get infected with the virus and are not vaccinated, it is 1 in 50.”

Read that statistic again.

IF YOU ARE UNVACCINATED AND GET THE VIRUS, YOUR CHANCE OF DYING IS 1 in 50 HOWEVER if you get vaccinated, you are MUCH safer at only a 1 in 1,000,000 chance of dying!

I don’t claim to be someone who is dialed in to all the numbers but this one sounds so incredibly false AND seems to put out a lot of fear mongering if you aren’t already vaccinated. If this number is correct, we truly would be seeing hospitals at maximum capacity and morgues overloaded. This is exactly why people like me are skeptical about the numbers being put out there.

You can hear the interview at THIS LINK and the numbers around the 10:19 mark.

Until next time…#eatthedamnsalad

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