The prestigious Cleveland Clinic has just issued a new study on the bivalent COVID-19 booster shots. These are the same boosters that the CDC now recommends in order for people to stay “up to date” on the vaccination schedule.
The results of this latest study from Cleveland Clinic shows that people who are up to date on their booster shots are 33% more likely to catch COVID. The results are even worse among boosted women than among boosted men, for some reason.
The study is titled, “Risk of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) among Those Up-to-Date and Not Up-to-Date on COVID-19 Vaccination.” The clinic had a very large cohort of people to track in the study. They used their own employees at the Cleveland Clinic, which included 11,990 people who were boosted and up-to-date, and 36,344 employees who were not up-to-date.
One important thing to note is that these are all healthcare employees. That means that 100% of them were likely vaxed with the first two shots in the COVID-19 series, which was for the original variants that have basically petered out by now. So, the “up to date” people in the study have had 3 or 4 shots, while the “not up to date” people have only had up to 2 shots.
They did not do any comparison to the unvaccinated, just so there’s no confusion. “Not up to date” does not mean unvaccinated. So, while the study doesn’t provide much info for people who are unvaccinated, it is still valuable to people who have only taken the first two shots and are considering the bivalent booster shots.
CDC advertising on behalf of the Big Pharma companies right now states, “An updated COVID-19 vaccine helped prevent illness from Omicron XBB-related variants. Talk to your doctor about getting an updated COVID-19 vaccine if your last dose was before September 2022.”
The Cleveland Clinic study proves that these are false and inaccurate statements from the CDC. The clinic’s own boosted employees were 33% more likely to catch COVID than the non-boosted. The results were not impacted by age. Young, boosted people in their 20s were more likely to catch COVID at higher rates, along with middle-aged and retirement-aged employees at the Cleveland Clinic.
One of the findings is quite disturbing. Boosted women are 24% more likely to catch COVID than boosted men. Why such a stark difference?
Dr. Naomi Wolf has been talking about this for years. While it’s still theoretical at this point, all the available evidence seems to show that the spike proteins and lipid nanoparticles in the vaccines attack women’s reproductive systems much more aggressively than men’s.
These components can cross every barrier in the body, including the blood-brain barrier and the placental barrier. Vaccinated mothers have clearly been shown to shed spike proteins to their babies through breast milk. Men don’t have to worry about many of these same problems, because their bodies are simpler in terms of reproduction.
The authors state, “This study’s findings question the wisdom of promoting the idea that every person needs to be ‘up-to-date’ on COVID-19 vaccination.”
The study continues, “It is often stated that the primary purpose of vaccination is to prevent severe COVID-19 and death. We certainly agree with this, but it should be pointed out that there is not a single study that has shown that the COVID-19 bivalent vaccine protects against severe disease or death caused by the XBB lineages of the Omicron variant.”
Not one study, as of June 2023, has shown that the bivalent booster shots protect against severe disease and death. So, the boosters don’t do that, but at least they have a horrifying risk profile!
Moderna tested their BA.4/BA.5 booster shot on 10 mice, to see whether they were protected against the Omicron variant. All 10 of the mice caught Omicron when they were exposed to it. As soon as they had completed the antibody tests, Moderna killed the 10 mice, because they assume that these experimental shots are “safe and effective.”
They are going to keep pushing these shots on people as long as possible. The good news is that with data like this from the Cleveland Clinic, we can now tell vaccinated people to get off of the COVID-19 vaccine rollercoaster. The more shots you take, the sicker you get.
You can read the Cleveland Clinic study HERE.