A brainteaser of a science test for your consideration.
Imagine that you’re a person who’s “fully vaccinated” against COVID-19, to the fullest extent now possible according to the eminent expert Fauci–2 jabs and a recent booster.
Here’s the challenge:
You’re invited to two different Christmas parties, Party A and Party B.
Party A: Attendees are all fully vaccinated individuals, 10% of whom are COVID positive.
Party B: Attendees are all non-vaccinated individuals, 10% of whom are COVID positive. (You will be the exception–the only fully vaccinated person in attendance, if you go.)
All else being equal, which party is safer for you to attend, Party A or Party B?
Some facts to consider before answering:
1. Fully vaccinated people do get infected with and do transmit the COVID virus to others.
2. Vaccine-resistant COVID variants develop vaccine resistance within the bodies of the vaccinated (in the same way that overuse of antibiotics causes antibiotic-resistance among organisms infecting people who take antibiotics. Resistant bacteria do not develop resistance to antibiotics in the bodies of people who aren’t taking antibiotics.)
3. Vaccinated people are much less likely to wear masks and social distance, since authorities have told them that it’s okay–it’s a “perk” of being vaccinated, while masking, testing, and social distancing is a punishment for remaining unvaccinated, according to Biden’s vaccine mandates.
6. Antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) is a “thing.”
Consider carefully: As a “fully vaccinated person,” are you safer attending Party A or Party B?
Bonus economics question:
How much would gasoline have cost by Christmas if Biden hadn’t “discovered” the omicron scariant?