Associated Press and Yahoo Quack Run Sloppy Vaccine Advertorial

Two leading fake new sources with the shared agenda of vaccine promotion are ramping up their propaganda against the unvaccinated: Associated Press and Yahoo News.

The Associated Press (AP) story titled “Nearly all COVID deaths in US are now among unvaccinated” by two propagandists Carla K. Johnson and Mike Stobbe reeks of lies starting with its title featured in Yahoo News. The story claims that the deaths allegedly due to COVID would drop to zero if “everyone eligible got the vaccine.” The claim stabs science and reason in their face as it turns to prophecy – the domain of dogma.

The story then starts selling statistics from discredited sources like the CDC – that has been caught lying via manipulating numbers, presenting junk science for vaccine promotion, and walking back statements by the quack who heads it.

The so-called COVID deaths have been exposed by real analysts and journalists since the start of the global pandemic hoax. People dying of other diseases have been counted as dying of COVID if their COVID test came positive – the test that has been debunked as invalid for pathogens but used by CDC and other fake science factories to fool people into believing they got COVID.

The interesting turn in the AP story comes when it acknowledges that the CDC data, on which this whole story is based, is limited so CDC didn’t analyze it—but AP did.

The AP analyzed figures provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC itself has not estimated what percentage of hospitalizations and deaths are in fully vaccinated people, citing limitations in the data.

So the AP is acting as the cart before the horse. The official authority – CDC – admits that its data is limited to draw any solid conclusions and hence has not done its analysis but the AP is so desperate to sell vaccines that it decided to act as the health authority and jumped on to analyze data and draw conclusions. Seems like health science is now a game of musical chairs; anybody can sit in any chair and start creating facts without research, then sell their shit.

Now it goes without saying that the story in question excludes any of the countless stories of vaccine injuries and deaths following COVID vaccination across the world. This is pharma commercial remember!

Along with the AP story comes a video featuring a Yahoo News medical corespondent as the visual part of the COVID vaccines commercial. A medical mafia mouthpiece, Dr. Kavita Patel, is shown talking about the unproven COVID strain – the hypothetical Delta Variant. She goes on to lie that “we are seeing evidence of the Delta variant in the United States.” And where is the evidence? In the same discredited circle to which the mouthpiece shown in the video belongs, I guess. But then she jumps on to say what her pharma-dictated script would read about variants:

We do know they are going to continue to happen as long as we have unvaccinated people in the United States and across the world.”

The quack in the vid then jumps even higher to create more science: the existing vaccines protect against the alleged Delta variant. Isn’t that amazing? The virus supposedly changed enough to become a new strain but the vaccine will still protect you, despite no evidence that it protected against anything at all in the first place. Now that’s more than enough of science comedy that I can take in a single video so I admit I stopped watching the Yahoo vaccine commercial starring Dr. Kavita Patel as herself.

Verdict: The Associated Press story with the Yahoo video makes a sloppy COVID vaccine advertisement that at best can be watched to get a laugh or two out of it, and that’s all.

Skepticle Score: 10/10 + amusement value


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