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(WATCH) Dr. Deborah Birx Admits COVID-19 Jab Efficacy Claims Were Based on ‘Hope’ and NOT Evidence


Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) grilled Dr. Deborah Birx about the information government agencies relayed about the efficacy of the experimental COVID-19 jabs.

Jordan blasted the COVID-19 Task Force and how they can’t rule out that the government was lying about the vaccinated contracting COVID-19.

“You’re saying in this administration that you can’t rule out the fact that our government was lying to us when they told us the vaccinated could not get the virus,” Jordan said.

“I knew potentially the vaccine immunity would wane like natural immunity waned. There was evidence that every four months reinfection was occurring in South Africa,” Birx responded.

“When the government told us that the vaccinated couldn’t transmit it, was that a lie or was that a guess? Or is it the same answer?” Jordan asked her.

I think it was hope that the vaccine would work in that way,” Birx answered. 

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While this government wants to create a ‘Ministry of Truth,’ they can’t relay a simple truth that their mRNA gene therapies do NOT prevent transmission.

They’re the greatest purveyors of disinformation, yet want to censor anyone who questions their narrative.

Jordan ends with this spectacular note, “I’m just struck with the irony. We’ve got government agencies guessing, hoping, or lying with the information they’re presenting to the American people and this is the same administration that wants to set up the disinformation governance board and want to talk about misinformation. They are the biggest purveyor of misinformation, false information, hopeful information, but not accurate and true information…”

Watch the exchange below:

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