White House pumps new Covid vax, says it's 'safest protection for avoiding hospitalization'

Where have we heard this one before?

Are Covid-19 hysteria and the lockdowns that come with it making their grand return? White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre added fuel to this theory's fire after she revealed that the CDC and FDA have greenlighted the release of an updated Covid-19 inoculation dose set to be released in September and then insisted that "vaccinations against Covid-19 remains the safest protection for avoiding hospitalization."

Jean-Pierre's comments came during the White House's Monday, Aug. 28 press briefing

"We heard from the FDA and CDC, uh, they've made an announcement on the new vaccine, So certainly, they said that they will have there will be an updated vaccine September mid-September, I believe," Jean-Pierre explained. "So-uh we know that as you all know, vaccinations against COVID-19 remains [sic] the safest protection for avoiding hospitalization, long-term health outcomes or death, which is why we are going to be encouraging-uh Americans to stay up to date on their vaccines..."

These remarks by Jean-Pierre echo similar claims made by Joe Biden on Friday, and come after a series of sudden Covid-19 mandates and other similar developments popping up around the country in recent days, including the implementation of a mask mandate at a California-based film studio, the start and then reversal of the same type of policy at a Santa Rosa Kaiser Permanente. CNN notably wrote an article that claimed that "experts" are now saying it "may be time to break out the masks against Covid." 

Meanwhile, a school district in Kentucky canceled in-person classes and shifted to remote learning last week over a Covid scare. 

To add further insult to injury, the CDC recently stopped collecting data on the adverse effects that take place after the administration of Covid-19 inoculations entirely on its V-safe website. 

Predictions by some about a return of Covid-19 mandates and lockdowns have enraged soldiers of the regime, including FactCheck.org and the Associated Press, both of which ran their own "fact check" pieces to decry people for pushing 'conspiracy theories.' 
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