Keyes, Sisson and Adams had this conversation during the Nov. 30 episode of Keyes’ program “Let’s Talk America” on Brighteon.TV.
“People are starting to wise up, as the old saying goes,” said Keyes. “Now this seems particularly true about what is going on with the whole vaccine business.”
Adams agreed. “The propagandists pushing the vaccines can only get away with their lies for so long, and now they’ve painted themselves into an impossible corner,” he said.
The Health Ranger added that the loudest proponents of the experimental and deadly COVID-19 vaccines are trying desperately to convince or coerce the unvaccinated to take the vaccines.
“But at the same time, [they are] trying to convince the vaccinated that the vaccines suck so badly that they stopped working, and therefore you need to take new ones. This contradiction is impossible. Either they work or they don’t work. You can’t have two different messages to two different groups,” said Adams.
“And then what if people decide to take the vaccines because they believe they work, then what? The next week, turn around and say, ‘Oh, the ones you just took, they don’t work.'”
The Health Ranger cited a story about how health authorities in the United Kingdom halved the minimum gap between the second vaccine dose and booster dose from six to three months. He said this is “an open admission that the vaccine stopped working in three months.”
CDC recommends booster vaccines for all
As more and more proof comes out that the COVID-19 vaccines are not working, health authorities in the United States are doubling down on their support for the vaccines.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently announced that everybody in America aged 18 years and older should get the booster vaccines.
The CDC claims this directive is necessary to prevent the spread of the new and supposedly highly infectious post-vaccine omicron variant of the coronavirus.
A week earlier, the CDC expanded the eligibility of COVID-19 vaccine booster doses to all adults but stopped short of saying all adults should get the additional doses.
“Booster shots have demonstrated the ability to safely increase people’s protection against infection and severe outcomes and are an important public health tool to strengthen our defenses against the virus as we enter the winter holidays,” claimed CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky in a statement. (Related: All American adults now eligible for “booster” shots from Pfizer, Moderna, says FDA, even as the very same jabs are already catastrophically failing.)
The CDC also strongly encouraged the around 47 million adults in the U.S. who have yet to receive the vaccine to do so as soon as possible.
Despite believing that the vaccines will protect Americans, other health experts have warned that the U.S. could face a major wave of COVID-19 cases this winter.
The Health Ranger believes insistence of health authorities will only bring people together.
“The COVID lockdowns and mandates are also, I think, bringing together people from the left and the right, and kind of obliterating the lines of what used to be hard party boundaries,” said Adams.
“And so for example, when you have school teachers in New York City protesting against vaccine mandates, or union workers demanding an end to vaccine mandates, and Black Lives Matter leaders in New York joining, really, conservatives and Christians and protesting against vaccine mandates.
“It is interesting that, when it comes down to where the rubber meets the road, a lot of leftists actually believe in bodily autonomy. After all, for decades, they’ve said ‘my body, my choice’ on the abortion issue. And many of them are waking up to realize that that should apply to vaccine mandates as well.
“The government is its own worst enemy. It’s exposing all of its contradictions. It’s exposing its weakness and showing its frailty in being able to deliver anything of value to the people.”
Watch the Nov. 30 episode of “Let’s Talk America” with Alan Keyes, featuring the Health Ranger Mike Adams and Bob Sisson, here:
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