Social media users brutally mocked US Vice President Kamala Harris after she urged Americans to receive at least one yearly experimental Covid injection.
“One shot, once a year—that’s all most people will need to stay protected from COVID year-long,” Harris insisted on Twitter Monday.
Fatigued by false claims the shots were 100% safe and effective, Twitter users excoriated Harris for spreading misinformation, with many pointing out the shots not only do not work, but are also harming scores of patients.
@Twitter isn’t it disinformation when a senior elected representative implies the booster will give year-long protection, when the drug’s manufacturers themselves acknowledge the protection wanes after a few months?
— TF (@tennisfan2222) November 28, 2022
Your own CDC director took the latest booster, her 5th COVID shot, got COVID for the 2nd time, took Paxlovid, got COVID for the 3rd time, and was sick for 3 weeks. Your shots don’t prevent infection, transmission, illness, or death from COVID. Drop the act. pic.twitter.com/JGVnR3aXVC
— wyliepanda🌱✨ (@wyliepanda) November 28, 2022
Where is the medical evidence for this claim?
— Dr. Uninterested Cat for U.S. Supreme Court!🇺🇸 (@amyinhinckley) November 28, 2022
Kamala either you’re unqualified to be spreading this type of false-information or this is deliberate deception.. either way, really bad stuff. It’s a firable-resignable offense on your record, shame on you and your admin
— Justin Lee (@DailyJLee) November 28, 2022
Stay protected? How? It doesn’t stop the acquisition of the virus or its transmission to others. Have you even bothered to look into the reports of serious adverse effects of the jab?
Why not promote ways to eliminate obesity and vitamin D uptake instead if you really care?🤔🤷♀️
— 🇺🇸 Kelley G 🇺🇸 (@ChooChooLife) November 28, 2022
So… the government is saying we should trust the same companies that gave us the opioid epidemic?
— Jason “Storm Chaser” Nelson (@Storm4Congress) November 28, 2022
Politicians need to stay away from giving medical advice. So inappropriate and should come with liabilities.
— Beatrice Cardenas (@RealBetyCardens) November 28, 2022
Reported for medical misinformation. They wear off in 4 months.
— CosmosMom (@CosmosMom1) November 28, 2022
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— Joseph R. Steinbronn (@steinbronn83) November 28, 2022
This is misinformation
— chantzy (@chantz_y) November 28, 2022
No, I don’t want to suffer any heart issues from taking a vaccine that doesn’t work!
— Brian Adams (@ad86384964) November 28, 2022
— Elijah the Tishbite (@TheProphetPoet) November 28, 2022
Seems like you all said this before…and it turned out to be untrue.
— 𝙑𝙤𝙡𝙪𝙣𝙩𝙖𝙧𝙮𝙞𝙨𝙩 𝙀𝙣𝙜𝙞𝙣𝙚𝙚𝙧 (@NonAggressionP1) November 28, 2022
While Kamala’s tweet was majorly cringe-worthy, she was outdone by outgoing NIAID director Anthony Fauci last week when he “one last time” begged Americans to take Big Pharma’s experimental mRNA shot – while Biden’s press secretary deflected questions about Covid-19’s possible lab-made origins.