The Washington Post Admits Vaccinated People Actually Account For "A Majority Of Covid Deaths"

We've been told for the last two years that the ongoing pandemic is to be blamed on the unvaccinated. But the media has taken a turn—The Washington Post released a headline saying that the vaccinated actually make up the majority of coronavirus deaths.

By Gina Florio1 min read
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We've been berated by politicians, the mainstream media, celebrities, and influencers to get vaccinated. If we exercise reasonable caution and choose not to get an experimental shot, we were called selfish grandma killers. But now that the media is realizing that they're losing the grip on the American people and the coronavirus narrative, they're changing their tune. The Washington Post shockingly just released an article saying that the unvaccinated aren't to blame for anything.

The Washington Post Admits Vaccinated People Actually Account for "a Majority of Covid Deaths"

According to The Washington Post, which is owned by Jeff Bezos and is known for being one of the most progressive news outlets, 48% of Covid deaths in August 2022 were people who were vaccinated or boosted. This comes from an analysis conducted for The Health 202 by Cynthia Cox, Vice President of the Kaiser Family Foundation. That number was 23% in September 2021, and in January and February of 2022, it rose to 42%.

The article claims that this is due to new variants arising that aren't protected by the vaccine. It also says that vaccines lose their potency over time so there's a lower chance it will fight off the virus. If that made any sense, we would have to get the polio vaccine every other year to keep its potency.

“We can no longer say this is a pandemic of the unvaccinated,” Cox said. But that's not stopping them from still recommending the vaccine to those who opted out of the shot. They still encourage people to get vaccinated and boosted, which will apparently lower your risk of death from coronavirus. And there's apparently a new omicron subvariant circulating that we need protection from.

It's rich to see so much of the media backtrack on everything they doubled down on over the last two years. With The Atlantic asking for pandemic amnesty and the Washington Post being forced to admit that the unvaccinated aren't the problem is entertaining to see, but it's also unfortunate that it took them this long to arrive here, after hundreds of thousands of people lost their jobs and livelihood because they chose not to get an experimental vaccine that doesn't actually protect you from contracting and spreading the virus. At this point it's difficult to cut the media any slack.