- We Love Trump - JULY 30, 2021 - GELLER REPORT -
The mainstream media and health overlords have painted a picture that casts unvaccinated individuals as lepers of society.
Dirty people responsible for all of the world’s problems.
Super spreaders taking up valuable space in the hospital.
But that narrative is falling apart thanks to the world’s most vaccinated countries.
Let’s take Gibraltar first.
Located on the southern coast of Spain, the British overseas territory fully vaccinated 99% of its roughly 34,000 residents by June 1st.
COVID-19 is supposed to be gone, right?
But cases have exploded in July.
Despite virtually everyone being double jabbed, restrictions are coming back.
Now let’s investigate the Nordic island nation of Iceland.
Iceland has a population of around 369,000 individuals.
The ‘Land of Fire and Ice’ has vaccinated roughly 90% of its adult population and briefly dropped all domestic restrictions the previous months.
Everything back to normal, right?
Iceland has witnessed an explosion of cases the previous two weeks and restrictions have returned with a vengeance.
Iceland has reinstituted masks, social distancing, and lockdowns in response to the spike in cases.
Despite one of the world’s highest vaccination rates, Iceland continues to set new daily case records.
In fact, Worldometer indicates Iceland set another daily record on the day of this writing.
And Iceland’s top epidemiologist suggested lockdowns could last up to 15 years, basically making them permanent.
Despite full compliance from the small countries, they’ve gone full circle and find themselves back to square one.
And this comes after near 100% vaccination of their populations.
With the drastic increase in COVID-19 cases in the highly vaccinated countries, the vaccine passport argument can officially be trashed.
The soaring cases is most likely due to antibody-dependent enhancement, explained brilliantly here by mRNA vaccine technology inventor Dr. Robert Malone.
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