SEAN HANNITY (HOST): The only one thing I find some hope in, Doctor Fareed, is the second wave of -- of Omicron, in which we are in the middle of. Most people I know do very well. If you don't have a comorbidity, a preexisting condition, if you're not older, almost everybody without exception that I know gets it has done very well, but more people than ever before are getting monoclonals. They are getting the Paxlovid. They -- they are... You know, they're taking the early treatment regimens that you guys have recommended. People now seem to be up to speed that these, you know, the vaccinations and the booster booster boosters aren't working.
GEORGE FAREED: Absolutely. The lineage is the Omicron lineage, which is a variant that is not aggressive like the earlier variants and it doesn't lead to deterioration, but it can. So, one still has to be on the guard and treat early, protect the vulnerable people, high risk people, avoid hospitalization. And children have no problem with these variants that you were referring to, Sean, that fortunately, they are minor colds for most children. They don't need to be vaccinated. They shouldn't be taking on the risk of the side-effects of the gene therapy vaccines that created, expresses a spike protein in the individual that is inoculated. However -- and that's a toxic substance, the spike protein of COVID-19 --
HANNITY: Well, and Robert Malone who created the technology that allowed for the creation of the MRNA virus said, "No, older people should take the vaccine" and he had a more stringent criteria, and he wasn't pushing for, you know, kids five and older to get it. And now kids under five are getting it, and nobody wants to hear from the guy that did this.