Biden's COVID-19 diagnosis is proof vaccines aren't enough to fight virus

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President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 diagnosis is the latest data point showing our government’s “vaccine only” approach needs an immediate course correction. If four doses of a vaccine cannot protect the leader of the free world from infection, it is time to consider other tactics. 

These measures should include generic medicines that have been dismissed by the mainstream medical community and media. 

While Americans across the ideological spectrum wish the president a speedy recovery, we must take this moment to acknowledge that a strategy blindly focused on vaccinations is not getting the job done. 

BIDEN’S SYMPTOMS IMPROVE ‘SIGNIFICANTLY’ FOLLOWING COVID-19 INFECTION, WILL CONTINUE TO ISOLATE, DOCTOR SAYS

Don’t take my word for it. Use Biden’s own standard for success. Exactly one year before testing positive, the President declared, “You’re not going to get COVID if you have these vaccinations.” Back then, the seven-day average of new cases in the United States was around 50,000. Today, that number is estimated to be between 300,000-500,000 when considering ubiquitous and uncounted home testing, despite two-thirds of the population considered “fully vaccinated” by the CDC. 

A driver places a swab into a vial at a free drive-thru COVID-19 testing site

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