The headline from LeadStories (a facebook fact-check website) is so egregiously false that they should immediately lose any and all credibility as a website having anything to do with facts. Look at this headline:
Fact Check: ‘The Shot’ Is NOT Failing — It Prevents Most Infections And Reduces Symptoms Of Breakthrough Infections
you can read the article by clicking on the photo, below…
The most cursory look at actual facts would prove to the least cognizant of reader that this is an outright lie. From a facebook fact checker no less. It makes one wonder if fact checker websites ever, actually, look at facts.
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For example, look at the numbers from New South Wales in Australia.
Here is the link for the Public Health NSW – look at page 26 to see this graphic.
The evidence is right there. Look at it. The fact checker says, “the shot prevents most infections.” Government numbers that show it is 100% false. 0.5% of COVID-19 infection in New South Wales is in the unvaccinated. 0.5%!
Would most COVID infections be occurring in vaccinated people if the “vaccine” “Prevents most infections?”
Facebook Fact-Checker Lies.
If you can’t even read one headline from these fact checking websites without seeing such a huge error, there is a bit of cognitive dissonance going on. The evidence is becoming more and more clear each day. These shots do not work. You have cognitive dissonance if you can look at our evidence and not, at least, question the veracity of these fact checking websites.
People actually want to believe these fact checking websites. It gives them what they feel is a firm grasp of what is going on. What if it was pointed out that one of them was blatantly printing misinformation. Well, here you go.
If you don’t believe something in this article, click the link..