“Updated Booster” is Medical Quackery, Promoted by Covid Vaccine Charlatans
Everything fits the definition of “Quackery” and “Charlatans”

Igor Chudov
Aug 21

I was reading a Wikipedia article on “Quackery”, and uncomfortably realized that it describes sellers and promoters of “Covid vaccines”.

Quackery is an old term, involving dishonest or confused persons selling treatments that are untested and are not working: The old term “snake oil” describes such quack treatments.


Common elements of general quackery include questionable diagnoses using questionable diagnostic tests, as well as untested or refuted treatments.

Here’s the definition of quackery from the FDA, per Quackwatch:

The FDA defines health fraud as “the promotion, for profit, of a medical remedy known to be false or unproven.”

I have no interest in reciting thousands of articles about how Covid vaccines do not work, could never work, are unproven, and so on, as I have no interest in wasting my readers’ time — we all know that by now.

Here’s a new and interesting example, though.

COVID charlatans are now promoting an untested “Bivalent Booster”, which will make them a lot of money, but is completely unproven and will NOT work.