Ever wish you had a nickel for every time Dr. Anthony Fauci or the CDC changed their recommendations and guidelines for dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic?
First, we were told masks were useless. Ultimately, we were ordered to wear a mask everywhere.
“Mask marauders” chased people down, harassing them for sliding a mask down to take a drink of water. It was insane.
There’s also a bewildering number of studies suggesting that masks did nothing to help prevent the spread. To mask or not to mask? That was the question!
Next, we had lockdown mandates. The senseless lockdowns to “supposedly help combat the spread of the virus” proved more destructive than beneficial. They destroyed businesses and communities but did virtually nothing to stop the spread.
And then came the hastily FDA approved COVID-19 vaccines. Upon the first release, the vaccine was hailed as the “cure-all step” to making sure every vaccinated person would be “totally immune to the virus”. If you got vaccinated, like a good little boy or girl, you were fully protected.
This would end the pandemic! Well, like most of the worthless bureaucratic policies used to battle the pandemic, this was untrue.
In fact, as we navigate from one variant to the next, vaccinated people are seemingly more prone to catching COVID-19 than the unvaccinated.
If this sounds rather odd to you, that’s because it is. But now the CDC is taking the nonsense to an even higher level.
Now, through a recent release, the Centers for Disease Control are changing their definition of the words “vaccine and vaccinated.”
They’ve posted a new definition for these two terms on the CDC website for immunization basics. The old definition for both seemed fairly logical.
The CDC definitions read: “Vaccine is a product that triggers immunity, while vaccination is an injection that prevents a disease.”
So, what triggered the necessity to rewrite such a straightforward definition? The old definition would seem to fit perfectly. That is unless the “vaccine” didn’t really work. That’s what caused this “rethinking” of the CDC’s definition. They say people were confused.
We say, “No kidding!” People, including Joe Biden, ran around telling everyone that the new, virtually untested medicine you’re offered is a “cure-all panacea for a deadly virus.” A few months into the results of your all-mighty vaccine, you find out it doesn’t work.
In fact, more people are oddly testing positive for the virus after getting “the jab.” But that works perfectly with just about everything else these blowhards told us. The virus that leaked from a virology lab in China has taught us one thing.
The bureaucrats setting medical policy for our country are self-serving buffoons. They’ve moved the goalposts on COVID-19 so many times, it’s no wonder people are confused and skeptical. If you dig deeper into the CDC website, you’ll find different COVID-19 vaccine information.
One page claims the vaccine offers immunity. Which is it? This information states that “getting a COVID-19 vaccination is a safer and more dependable way to build immunity to COVID-19 than getting sick with COVID-19.”
Yeah, sure, but it also rings the cash registers at Big Pharma. What a scam!