CDC head Rochelle Walensky finally admits fully jabbed can still spread covid


By  Ethan Huff


After two years of claiming otherwise, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky is now claiming that a person can still spread the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) even if he or she has already gotten "vaccinated."



The reason for the sudden change is not because Walensky was previously lying, but because of "an evolution of science," according to her. She now claims that getting jabbed for the Fauci Flu does nothing to stop the spread, even though that is precisely what she claimed was true for the past several years.


Back in December of 2021, Walensky told the world that even suggesting a fully injected person could still spread covid was just conspiratorial "misinformation." Now she is saying precisely that: if you get jabbed, you can still catch and spread covid just like an unvaccinated person.


"That statement is no longer corrected [sic] with the Omicron variants we have right now," Walensky told Congress more recently concerning her sudden about-face concerning the alleged effectiveness of Fauci Flu shots – watch below:




(Related: According to Walensky, the reason why fully injected people are dying is not because of the jabs, but because of "comorbidities.")


Walensky changed her views on covid shots by watching far-left television

It turns out that the source of Walensky's covid injection information all this time has never been any actually published or credible science, but rather the claims of talking-heads on television whom she apparently watched and drew from to form her views.