The Biden administration released a Halloween horror movie themed video Tuesday in an effort to terrorize Americans into getting annual COVID booster shots so they can avoid a "spooky Thanksgiving" next month.
The brief black-and-white video features a silhouette of a person having a coughing fit while horror movie music plays over the sound of the coughing. A message in horror movie typeface reads, "YOU CAN"T SEE IT! BUT YOU CAN HEAR IT! Get your annual COVID Vaccine shot before Halloween. And avoid a spooky Thanksgiving."
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) October 25, 2022
According to ZOE tracking data published October 20, a persistent cough is not one of the current top three symptoms of COVID infection (excerpt):
Here is the current ranking of COVID symptoms after 2 vaccinations: 1 Sore throat 2 Runny nose 3 Blocked nose 4 Persistent cough 5 Headache
The ranking changes again after one dose of the vaccination as observed below: 1 Headache 2 Runny nose 3 Sore throat 4 Sneezing 5 Persistent cough
If you've not yet been vaccinated, then the symptoms are more recognisable to the traditional original ranking, however we can still observe some changes from when COVID-19 first appeared over a year ago. 1 Headache 2 Sore Throat 3 Runny Nose 4 Fever 5 Persistent cough. Loss of smell comes in at number 9 and shortness of breath comes far down the list at number 30, indicating the symptoms as recorded previously are changing with the evolving variants of the virus.
As reported by TGP's Cristina Laila, Joe Biden got his fifth COVID shot Tuesday, warning that death awaits those who are not up to date on their boosters.
Last December, Biden tried to scare the bejeezus out of Americans by warning of a winter of death for the unvaccinated:
For unvaccinated, we are looking at a winter of severe illness and death - if you're unvaccinated - for themselves, their families, and the hospitals they'll soon overwhelm.
But there's good news: If you're vaccinated and you had your booster shot, you're protected from severe illness and death - period.