Doctor of Education Jill Biden declares everyone needs to update their Covid boosters

"The most important thing you can do to prepare for your holidays is to get your updated COVID vaccine. And if you get it now, you'll be protected in time for winter holiday gatherings."

Joshua Young North Carolina

First Lady and Doctor of Education Jill Biden spoke from the White House on Friday alongside Dr. Anthony Fauci, the CEO of AARP Jo Ann Jenkins, and White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Ashish Jha to tell the public that they need to get their Covid boosters ahead of the upcoming holidays.

The First Lady said, "The most important thing you can do to prepare for your holidays is to get your updated COVID vaccine. And if you get it now, you'll be protected in time for winter holiday gatherings."

In October, evidence emerged that the vaccines were not as effective as experts said, specifically with regard to their ability to prevent transmission of Covid.  Pfizer executive Janine Small said in an EU hearing that her company didn’t know if the Covid-19 mRNA vaccine it had developed would prevent transmission, despite being marketed that it would.

Fauci changed the definition of "fully vaccinated" in December of last year to include booster shots, and said the Delta variant led to vaccinations becoming less preventative without the extra jabs. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Food and Drug Administration followed suit and claimed boosters are necessary as the efficacy of vaccines wan over time and against new variants. 

As CNBC reported, the boosters are not performing better against variants, despite what the experts claim.

Former White House Covid response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx said in July that she had known that the Covid-19 vaccines "were not going to protect against infection," and added, "we overplayed the vaccines."

Jill Biden, who became a professor of English after abandoning her first passion of fashion merchandising, a trade she found unsatisfying, and has no medical degree, delivered the booster message after a year of several high-profile public speaking engagements. 

In July, Jill Biden spoke at the "Latinx Incluxion Luncheon," where she praised the Hispanic community for its diversity, saying it was as "unique as the breakfast tacos" in San Antonio.

That same month at the American Federation of Teachers 2022 Convention in Boston she claimed "Our schools are where policies become people," and praised the ATF's indoctrination methods in schools.

Jill Biden, who self-identifies as a "Philly girl" despite being from New Jersey, attended an NFL Philadelphia Eagles game in October and was greeted with resounding boos.

In June, Jha recommended that children under the age of five should be vaccinated against Covid, which studies have shown is medically unnecessary. In August, Jha admitted that social distancing is 'not the right way to think about' mitigating the spread of Covid.

Earlier in the year, Dr. Anthony Fauci said China's draconian lockdowns were successful in preventing the spread of Covid, while the measures themselves implemented by the CCP resulted in a dozen people being burned alive in an apartment building in the Xinjiang region of the country on November 24.

Fauci has also lied to Congress multiple times concerning the possibility that Covid was man-made and suppressed data points to the contrary. Senator Rand Paul confronted the doctor on the lie, especially because Dr. Fauci had funded gain of function research at the Wuhan, China lab from which the virus most likely escaped.


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