If vaccine mandates work, then why is Dr. Fauci’s own NIH scientist speaking so forcefully against them?
Dr. Matthew Memoli runs a clinical studies unit at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), the agency headed by Dr. Fauci, and will make the case against vaccine mandates at an upcoming NIH event.
On December 1, Fauci’s NIH will hold a roundtable discussion on the ethics of vaccine mandates and it will feature a scientist from Dr. Anthony Fauci’s agency making the case against forced vaccination for COVID-19.
Fauci and the COVID liberals are really playing with fire here. If anti-mandate scientists are allowed to speak, their case will be heard by a large group of Americans who may support their arguments, therefore slowing down rates of vaccination.
This would give Biden the opportunity to keep America under a pandemic, creating an even dire situation for Americans and forcing them to remain reliant on the federal government.
Furthering the China Virus pandemic would also give Biden the greatest backdrop to passing his trillion-dollar “Build Back Better” framework which seeks to tank the economy in the name of “social infrastructure.”
Dr. Memoli has said he supports COVID-19 vaccination in high-risk populations, such as for the elderly or obese, but emailed Fauci on July 30 to say that mandatory vaccination is “extraordinarily problematic.”
“There’s a lot of debate within the NIH about whether [a vaccine mandate] is appropriate,” said David Wendler, a senior NIH bioethicist. “It’s an important, hot topic.” https://t.co/MtQZseexkn
— Tim Hanrahan (@TimJHanrahan) November 8, 2021
All NIH employees must be vaccinated before a Biden administration deadline on Nov. 22, and 88% of workers at the agency have complied so far. Memoli has applied for a religious exemption and said he is willing to risk his job over the NIH mandate.
Dr. Memoli argues that blanket vaccinations of low-risk communities could harm the development of stronger immunity gained from infection. He is an outlier among NIH doctors and the medical profession at-large, as most doctors recommend getting vaccinated rather than relying solely on natural immunity for protection.
Would you imagine that?
Memoli said all of his kids have received their standard childhood vaccinations, and he is not “anti-vaccine” or opposed to all COVID-19 vaccinations: “I do vaccine trials. I, in fact, help create vaccines,”
A 16-year veteran of the NIH, Memoli just received a 2021 NIH director’s award for his work on a national study early-pandemic undiagnosed COVID-19 cases.
However, after this revelation, it’s only a matter of time before the mainstream media begins a Soviet-style smear campaign discrediting Memoli and all his accomplishments.
Anyone – and we mean anyone – who dare bust the liberal vaccine narrative has been and will continue to be destroyed by the propaganda wing of the Democrat Party.
Author: Asa McCue