in

Boosters Forever! Hooray For Stock Owners In Government Positions

Videos by OutKick

Good news, government officials, especially those of you who hold stock in any of the pharmaceutical giants pushing booster shots. In other words, pretty much all of you. It appears that much like those disgusting masks dangling from so many rearview mirrors, COVID vaccine boosters are going to be around for quite a while, so your Big Pharma stocks will keep paying the lucrative dividends you’ve been enjoying for at least the last year.

Thanks to all the cheerleading from politicians and the liberal media, booster shots have become more popular than an $8 caramel macchiato, even though experts have no definitive answer as to how long a booster will last.

As reported by Bloomberg.com, Jessica Justman, an epidemiologist at Columbia University, says that “the months-long gap between initial doses of the vaccine and boosters will help the immune system maintain a strong response for a much longer period than the initial regimen did. But we need more data to have any sort of definitive answer on that.”

Brown University School of Public Health dean Ashish Jha shared Justman’s thinking as it relates to boosters, telling Vox.com: “What are the long-term benefits of a booster? How long does it last? Will we need another booster a year from now? Will we need another booster sooner than that? We don’t know the answers to that.”

In other words, prep that shoulder for a yearly booster jab, just like you would an annual flu shot.

The CDC is currently recommending boosters for the following persons:

  • Are 18 and older and received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine more than two months ago
  • Have received either the Pfizer or Moderna mRNA vaccine and are 65 or older
  • Have received either the Pfizer or Moderna shot and are 18 or older and have underlying medical conditions, live in a long-term care facility or work in high-risk settings

Of course, as the number of “recommended” boosters increases, so too do the stock prices of the companies that manufacture them. So don’t expect anyone in government positions to push back on boosters as long as their bank accounts continue to grow.

OutKick founder Clay Travis anticipates the current booster trend to be the first of many.

“My over/under for covid “vaccine” shots is now 8. You taking the over or the under?,” tweeted Travis.

With no definitive answer as to how long a booster should last, maybe you too, should lay some money on the over. That’s a shot worth taking.

 

Follow along on Twitter: @OhioAF

 

Written by Anthony Farris

Anthony is a former high school basketball intramural champion who played a leading role in creating two offspring. He spends his weekends hoping for an MTV Rock N' Jock revival.

Follow him on twitter @OhioAF

4 Comments

Leave a Reply
  1. You should immediately ignore, and lose all respect for, anyone who says medicine needs to be used to determine its efficacy, but does not immediately discuss the downside of that same strategy. For incurable cancer, experimental drugs with unknown efficacy are, perhaps, worth considering. For a “vaccine” that we already knows provides essentially zero additional protection to healthy people (who are at 0 risk to begin with), ANY risk is a risk too great. This isn’t a complicated calculus, and yet no one cares… It really makes you question just what the heck it is we’re talking about here, because it is CLEARLY not people’s health

Leave a Reply

to comment on this post. Not a VIP? Signup Here