Study: It’s the Vaccinated Who Are Spreading Covid
16 Sep 2021
CLAY: That video that we played for you earlier of the black family that’s being kicked out of a New York restaurant for not showing their vaccine papers is I think going to spread virally very rapidly because it calls into question what we talked about, Buck, we said: As soon as these vaccine papers start to get enforced, minorities who are the least vaccinated in New York City are going to be living in a Jim Crow-like era where there is one rule for the vaccinated and one rule for the unvaccinated.
White man kicks black family out of New York restaurant for not having vaccine papers. Patrons cheer. This is where we are: pic.twitter.com/WvMoVPIK7g
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) September 16, 2021
As you just said as we went to break — and this would be a blockbuster revelation if it’s proven to be true — there is a study out there that suggests that one reason why we have seen such a rise of late in covid is because people who are vaccinated are spreading covid more frequently than people who are unvaccinated.
This would flip everything on its head, Buck, because all of these vaccinated people who are lecturing the unvaccinated people about how unsafe they’re making it, it may well be — and look, this is wild. I just want you to think about it. According to this study, as we have rapidly increased the number of people that we have vaccinated, simultaneously the number of people testing positive for covid has skyrocketed.
Why would that be? It doesn’t necessarily follow logical sense. This is one potential explanation. And for people out there asking, “Okay, where is this coming from?” This is, as you said, Buck — and I’m reading it right now — a pretty significant study that is going to be printed that, as you run through it — and again, I’m not a doctor. But it talks about the spread of the vaccinated versus the unvaccinated. And there is an argument here based on this article that the unvaccinated are spreading covid more than the unvaccinated.
BUCK: Right. And essentially it creates a situation where the young and healthier who are vaccinated are more likely to have no symptoms at all, right?
CLAY: That’s right.
BUCK: Remember, what’s the best thing you can do during flu season? We go back to when we were still normal in our psychology about all these things. You’re stick, you stay home. You stay away from people right ’cause you’re gonna infecting people and you try to limit it that way. So imagine if we had a flu season where you had a whole lot people with very heavy viral load who felt 100% fine, right?
You would see enormous spikes in the spread of that disease. There’s also something that, again, I am not a doctor… I wish… We should have ask Dr. Makary about this, but we’ll have our friend Berenson on who’s also not a doc, but he was right on the Israeli data as we have all been telling everybody. And now even the Biden administration, right now, Clay, there’s a fight over do we need boosters, do we not need boosters?
CLAY: That’s right.
BUCK: People are going back and forth over this.
CLAY: And the age range. I think that may end up being ultimately the determinative, maybe you’re over 50 or 60 you get a booster but if you’re 22, you don’t need a booster.
BUCK: Basically like how we deal with the flu in this country, which is my parents get the flu shot. I say, “Yeah, you guys should get the flu shot.” I don’t want them getting hospitalized or worse with the flu so they get the flu shot. But this is something… I’m putting this out there again ’cause this has been brought to my attention by doctors who will talk to me and never want to…
I don’t want to speak out ’cause I don’t want to lose their license or have people, you know, send them death threats. But this is from National Geographic, Clay, as we talk about this and then we have to get to this mask shaming lunatic. I just want to put this out there for people. “Over the past 50 years, Marek’s disease,” this is from 2015, “an illness of fowl has become fouler.
“Marek’s disease is caused by a highly contagious virus related to those that cause herpes in humans. It spread to the dust of contaminated chicken coops and causes both paralysis and cancer. In the 1970s, new vaccines brought the disease under control. But Merrick’s disease didn’t go gently into that good night.
“Within 10 years, it started evolving into more virulent strains which now trigger more severe cancers and afflict chickens at earlier ages.” Now, this is an example of a totally different disease from covid-19, and I don’t understand the… But this is an example of what can happen when a vaccine is called leaky.
BUCK: Do we have…? This is the question that I would want to pose to an MD. Again, I don’t know. But I have seen what’s going on. We have seen the data. Do we have a leaky vaccine here? And what are the implications of that? We know it doesn’t stop the virus.
CLAY: That’s right.
BUCK: It doesn’t stop the virus from being spread.
CLAY: That case scenario at this point’s a flu shot, basically.
BUCK: And you start to look at some of this stuff. Remember they’ve been telling us, “Oh, it’s the unvaccinated who are the reservoirs for the new variant or for a mutation. Well, based on Marek’s disease, it was actually a vaccine in that case. This is from National Geographic, folks. This isn’t from right-wing HateVacc.com or something.
That can actually create the reservoirs for the disease to spread very rapidly and evolve in hosts who stay alive, and this can be — the Marek’s disease can be — a big problem. I’m just putting it out there.
CLAY: I think it’s worth considering.
BUCK: It's all so arbitrary, and they pretend it's not judgment calls when it clearly is.
BUCK: I've seen some people trying to politicize, in some way, the fact that he was double vaccinated.
CLAY: I was on talking about the importance of the First Amendment and why freedom of speech mattered in media circles.
CLAY: Man, we are making a big difference in the way that we are talking, and even other media are starting to follow our lead.
CLAY: I wonder what it’s like — and I hope I never know, and some people might say it’s already happened — to be past your mental faculties and end up with a big job.