Heavily Vaccinated Israel Sees Record High COVID Cases

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The more vaccinations Israelis receive, the more the COVID cases skyrocket.

That’s what the latest data shows, as Israel has now set a world record in COVID cases per capita. This despite the fact 90% of the population has been vaccinated and more than 80% have received at least one booster.

This damning data was relayed by Michael P. Senger, author of “Snake Oil: How Xi Jinping Shut Down the World.”

Despite this news, as Senger noted, the Israeli government is practically forcing the vaccine on all adults. Oh, by the way, so is the United States government.

Keep in mind that, at first, Joe Biden promised that being vaccinated would eradicate the virus. Now, his administration and minions in the mainstream media have changed that narrative, claiming the vaccine was never meant to end the virus or stop the spread — only lessen the symptoms.

Yeah, OK. What’s next?

“Call me crazy guys, but I don’t think the covid ‘vaccine’ or all these boosters are working that well,” OutKick founder Clay Travis said. “Just look at Israel.”

Written by Sam Amico

Sam Amico spent 15 years covering the NBA for Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports and NBA.com, along with a few other spots, and currently runs his own basketball website on the side, FortyEightMinutes.com.


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  1. I’m both vaccinated and boosted, and I believe the vaccines were highly effective and useful during the Delta waves. But they’re clearly no longer effective, post-Delta, and any mandates regarding the vaccine should be canceled immediately. There’s just no point at this stage of the game, outside of lining the pockets of Pfizer, Moderna, and governments using the law for purposes of both revenue collection and punishing those they don’t like.

  2. The evidence that our current vaccines do not work against the new variants is now overwhelming. At this point we are just throwing taxpayer money in the garbage by continuing to push these ineffective vaccines when Omicron has such high prevalence in the US.

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