Remember when boosting at eight months was a thing? That always seemed weird, given that the Israelis are boosting at five, I think. But now it seems the US is catching up. Eight is old hat:
Remember when they said you'd need a booster at eight months?— Alex Berenson (@AlexBerenson) August 25, 2021
Make it six.https://t.co/NQhoxmTZgO
How do you keep up with this? Anyway, it seems checking for antibodies is still cheating--otherwise you might find out that you need your boost at two months, like that pathologist who did his own test.
Speaking of keeping up with things, remember the vax immunity v. natural immunity debate? Here's some news from the gene therapy petri dish that is Israel that may put that one to rest, too:
1/ Wow. New Israeli preprint shows natural immunity to #SARSCoV2 is FAR superior to the artificial kind - vaccinated people were 13x as likely to be infected and 27x to have symptomatic infections as a matched cohort that was previously infected. And this is with Delta dominant. pic.twitter.com/hhD9h0vyMS— Alex Berenson (@AlexBerenson) August 25, 2021
Berenson also has an interesting thread on the state of Twitter censorship. Twitter "fact checking" is having trouble keeping up with developments, too. And that suggests that the Grand Narrative is close to collapse. Berenson claims he's considering a defamation action against Twitter--more power to him if he does:
1/ Let’s get on the record the tweets that have me nearly banned. Here are two: one reporting the results of @pfizer’s own clinical trial and the other pointing to a thread with worldwide data showing that vaccination rates appeared POSITIVELY correlated with outbreaks… pic.twitter.com/HZzY8aguyB— Alex Berenson (@AlexBerenson) August 25, 2021
2/ Twitter did not specifically identify a tweet in its July 27 email to me (my third warning and second lockout), but I believe that it was responding to a tweet that day suggesting that natural infection and recovery would be superior to vaccine-generated immunity...
3/ That's it. No conspiracy theories about depopulation efforts or warnings that the vaccines would cause mass infertility. Links to published studies and data, with my analysis. That's what I do. It's what reporters do. And when Twitter says I am providing "misinformation..."
4/ Without providing evidence, and when it bans me from posting on the theory that my information is so inaccurate I cannot be allowed to use its service to offer it, it is SEVERELY damaging my reputation as a reporter.
5/ And I'm frankly sick of it.