Omicron Continues to Surge in Highly Vaxxed Areas, Infecting Mainly Fully Vaccinated and Boosted People

Inconvenient data continues to roll in suggesting that the COVID vaccines actually have negative efficacy against the coronavirus.

A year after Joe Biden promised to shut down the virus, the United States on January 3 recorded more than 1 million Covid-19 cases, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, as the Omicron variant tore through the nation at a blistering pace. Omicron is said to be much more transmissible, and according to a recent study from Denmark, is much more contagious in fully vaccinated individuals.

The Danish researchers compared Omicron to the Delta variant in 11,937 household transfers.

The stunning results showed that Omicron was 1.17 times more contagious in unvaccinated people, 2.61 times more contagious in those vaccinated twice, and 3.66 times more contagious in triple vaccinated people.

Nowhere is this phenomenon more evident than in highly vaxxed New York City, where a surge in positive COVID cases has caused major staffing shortages within the NYPD and FDNY.

Staffing shortages were already being felt all across the city after former Mayor De Blasio’s vaccine mandate went into effect on November 1, 2021. Thousands of municipal workers were put on unpaid leave for refusing to receive at least one dose of the experimental COVID vaccines.

According to Fox5NY, 21 percent of the fully vaxxed NYPD were out sick Thursday, up from 17 percent a day earlier. Outgoing Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said it was the highest level of sick employees he had ever seen.

“When you look at March 2020 we peaked at 19.8 percent—we hit 21 percent today,” said Shea during a news briefing, last week.

A stunning 30 percent of EMS and 17 percent FDNY were also on medical leave.

“When you’re grossly understaffed, major illnesses exacerbate that problem and we are seeing that again now a lot of members are getting sick,” said Vincent Variale, President of the Uniformed EMS Officers Union FDNY.

New York City Transit was also reportedly impacted by the spike of sick, fully vaccinated workers, resulting in several subway lines being suspended or rerouted.

In the United States Capitol, Congress’ top doctor on Monday urged lawmakers to move to a “maximal telework posture,” citing an “unprecedented” numbers of COVID-19 cases that are mostly breakthrough infections of people already vaccinated, according to the Washington Post. 

The seven-day average rate of infection at the Capitol’s testing center has grown from less than 1% to more than 13%, Brian P. Monahan, the attending physician, wrote in a letter to congressional leaders obtained by The Associated Press.

Monahan said there have been “an unprecedented number of cases in the Capitol community affecting hundreds of individuals.” Citing what he said was limited sampling as of Dec. 15, he said about 61% of the cases were the new, highly contagious omicron variant while 38% were the delta variant.

While providing no figure, he said “most” cases at the Capitol are breakthroughs. Of those testing positive, 35% are asymptomatic, he said.

In the face of evidence that the vaccines are worse than powerless against Omicron, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot doubled down during an interview on CNBC, Monday, recommending more shots to combat the surge in “breakthrough” COVID cases.

“The answer to everything regarding the virus and Omicron is vaccine, vaccine, vaccine!” she said.

“Squawk on the Street” host David Faber gently reminded Lightfoot that in New York City, they’ve had vaccine mandates in place for some time, and the city is now leading the nation in COVID cases.

“It [the mandate] did appear effective at getting people vaccinated, but it certainly hasn’t been effective in stopping the caseload from soaring,” Fabor said. “Do you really think this is going to stop your caseload approaching on a percentage basis what we’ve seen in New York?

“What I think it’s going to do is get—is compel people to get vaccinated,” Lightfoot replied.


Recent celebrity breakthrough cases include Fox News’ Kennedy, DoD Sec. Lloyd Austin, Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon, and the View’s Whoopie Goldberg and Sunny Hostin.

After getting over COVID for the second time (from another vaccinated person), the fully vaxxed Kennedy lashed out at the corrupt and incompetent medical establishment in a righteous rant on Fox Business.

“This virus sucks. And you know what? The Communist Chinese government sucks for covering up evidence,” she fumed. “Eco Health Alliance sucks, [NIAID director] Anthony Fauci sucks, [former NIH director] Francis Collins sucks. They all suck! And they all knew what would happen if a virus like this spread, and even the tests that are supposed to test it—they suck!”

Kennedy went on to scorch those who “still chirp” (like Joe Biden) about an alleged “pandemic of the unvaccinated,” saying they are “full of the hottest garbage,” and “they suck too.”

She cited a Danish epidemiologist who says that the world will soon reach herd immunity from virtually everyone contracting the Omicron virus, and then we can finally get back to our normal lives.

“Anthony Fauci can take his fear-mongering, and eternal masking, and shove it up his puckering honey-hole because he’ll never unsuck!” Kennedy exclaimed.



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About Debra Heine

Debra Heine is a conservative Catholic mom of six and longtime political pundit. She has written for several conservative news websites over the years, including Breitbart and PJ Media.

Photo: People line up for Covid-19 testing in Times Square on January 4, 2022, in New York City. - The US recorded more than 1 million Covid-19 cases on January 3, 2022, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, as the Omicron variant continues to spread at a blistering pace. Johns Hopkins also reported 1,688 deaths for the same period, a day after top US pandemic advisor Anthony Fauci had said the country is experiencing "almost a vertical increase" in Covid-19 cases but the peak may be only weeks away. (Photo by TIMOTHY A. CLARY / AFP) (Photo by TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP via Getty Images)