During her daily briefing, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki recently said the U.S. will begin a “targeted community by community door-to-door outreach” to increase COVID-19 vaccinations.
It appears this door-to-door campaign has begun.
A group called ‘Action NC’ – whose members have participated in Black Lives Matter protests – has been tapped by the health department to run the “doses to doors” vaccination program.
Action NC represents itself as solving issues like affordable housing shortages, lack of access to health care and job opportunities, and mistreatment by law enforcement. But on their website, the group calls for mass amnesty for anyone illegally in the US, and many of their members have called for defunding the police.
Action NC’s political director, Robert Dawkins, has been called ‘Charlotte’s most influential activist.’ Dawkins has volunteered for the Mecklenburg County Democratic Party and spent a few years as an organizer for the national community action group ‘ACORN,’ as well as the Durham-based progressive organization ‘Democracy North Carolina.’ He joined Action NC in 2015.
ACORN suffered a damaging nationwide controversy in the fall of 2009 after James O’Keefe and Hannah Giles secretly recorded, and released videos of interactions with low-level ACORN personnel in several of their offices, showing their personnel encouraging criminal behavior.
The videos generated extensive, negative publicity for ACORN, and led to the U.S. Census Bureau and the IRS ending their contracts with ACORN, the U.S. Congress suspending its funding, and ACORN losing most of its private funding.
Action NC also works with several other far-left coalitions like immigrant activist organization Comunidad Colectiva and the Housing Justice Coalition.
Now Dawkins and several other members of Action NC are going door-to-door to convince people to get the vaccines right on their doorstep.
But the doses-to-door campaign didn’t start in July. The campaign started in May as an ‘informational’ campaign. The health department trained volunteers with Action NC to go out into the community and speak to people at their homes about vaccine hesitancy.
WBTV, a local news outlet in Charlotte, documented the first campaign headed up by Dawkins. During the canvassing effort, Dawkins spoke to one woman who is a mother of several young children.
She said she was not getting the shot because she already had COVID-19.
In the video, you can hear Dawkins use that false claim that immunity from natural infection “only gives you a few antibodies” and that the vaccine provides you with much better immunity.
Based on a variety of scientific studies, people who have been naturally infected with coronavirus have natural immunity that will likely last for years, and maybe forever.
For most viruses, it is generally the scientific consensus that natural infection provides a better and more robust immunity than vaccines are able to. One of the only viruses where we know definitively this is not the case is the Human papillomavirus infection or HPV.
For example, a recent SIREN study conducted in the UK at the Public Health England (PHE) involving over 20,000 healthcare professionals has discovered that immunity derived by natural COVID-19 infection is stronger and more effective at warding off the novel coronavirus than the vaccine developed by Oxford-AstraZeneca.
A U.S.-based vaccine company, MERK, also announced on Jan. 25th that they will stop developing vaccines for the coronavirus since natural infections are better than vaccines in producing results leading to herd immunity.
The Great Barrington Declaration – a statement authored by three highly qualified epidemiologists from the universities of Harvard, Oxford, and Stanford – also announced similar findings while calling for an end to the widespread lockdown policies.
“(A)s immunity builds in the population, the risk of infection to all – including the vulnerable – falls.” the authors wrote.
This fact is likely why we see that the now more contagious ‘Delta’ variant has far less severe symptoms, a much lower infection fatality rate, and symptoms that are almost identical to the common cold.
Despite the evidence, NC Action is even using kids to spread misinformation in order to coerce people into getting the vaccines.
Data released recently by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed over 9,000 reports of deaths for all age groups in the US from the COVID vaccines. The latest numbers show an increase of more than 2,000 compared with the previous week. The data comes directly from reports submitted to the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).