White House Press Secretary Tests Positive for COVID, Despite Being Fully Vaccinated


Controversy about the COVID vaccine mandate has surged, rather than waned, over the past several months. At the root of this controversy are health officials consistently moving the goalposts.

They’ve made various assertions and claims about the COVID vaccine that have either been untrue or that later had to be walked back. Many Americans are sick of the back and forth; it’s also causing countless people to question the motivations of the medical establishment and health officials.

This week, news broke that Jen Psaki, the press secretary for the White House, received a positive COVID test, in spite of her being completely inoculated against the virus.

Psaki’s statement on having COVID

During late Sunday afternoon, the White House press secretary released a public statement about testing positive for COVID. Psaki first revealed that someone she lives with originally tested positive for the virus earlier last week.

In multiple subsequent days afterward, the press secretary tested negative for the virus. However, after experiencing COVID-like symptoms, Psaki took a test which came back positive.