The fact that the survey shows more than half of Americans are not yet ready, or simply don’t want the vaccine, flies in the face of a nation wide effort labeling the drive to vaccinate as one of the only avenues to return to “normalcy.”
Despite the relentless push by the medical and political establishment for Americans to roll up their sleeves in acceptance of the new coronavirus vaccine, over half of Americans would either refuse or delay receiving the jab.
A new survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation found that 31% of Americans say they want to see further results about the vaccine’s effectiveness and side effects before committing to the shot.
Considering the recent admission by Dr. Anthony Fauci that he lied to Americans to manipulate their acceptance of the new Covid-19 vaccine, Newman’s assessment this isn’t too far-fetched.
The intentional deception on behalf of Fauci involved estimates for what percentage of the population will need to be immunized to achieve herd immunity against Covid-19 to enable a return to normalcy.
“When polls said only about half of all Americans would take a vaccine, I was saying herd immunity would take 70 to 75 percent,” Fauci admitted.
Then, when newer surveys said 60 percent or more would take it, I thought, ‘I can nudge this up a bit,’ so I went to 80, 85. – Dr Anthony Fauci
Stunning data recently released by the Public Health Initiative of the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge, a non-profit medical research group, shows that the CDC inflated the COVID fatality number by 1,600 percent as the 2020 presidential election played out, providing yet another revelation that could presumptively be a factor in the public’s largely ambivalent attitude towards the Covid-19 vaccine. This on top of a list of numerous reports and analysis pointing to high false positive rates of PCR tests and side effects potentially being linked to the deaths of those the vaccine is manufactured to protect, arguably makes the skepticism warranted.
With that noted, it comes as no surprise that US residents living in rural communities and identifying as Republicans remain among the most hesitant in getting the shot, according to the Kaiser Foundation survey.
As we highlighted earlier in the month, a Just the News Daily poll showed that nearly 50% of U.S. voters believe that public health officials have been misleading when providing data on the coronavirus pandemic.