PROOF: The mRNA shot is NOT what you think, internal CDC emails reveal the truth
(NaturalHealth365) When the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and other powerful entities control (and outright change) the language surrounding the COVID injection, the pandemic, and related topics, how can we as citizens trust what we hear from the public health officials and media?
It’s becoming more and more difficult, to be sure. We’ve seen throughout the pandemic, of course, that anyone and everyone questioning today’s contentious issues – such as whether to inject kids with a brand new drug that has absolutely no long-term safety data – are soundly pigeonholed as conspiracy theorists, “anti-vaxxers,” “domestic terrorists,” or “right-wing COVID-19 pandemic deniers.” But given how openly the government continues to move the goalposts simply to protect its agenda, it seems that many parents and medical professionals are willing to deal with these labels to keep raising questions.
A Big Brother move from the NIH and CDC: Government changes definition of injections to fit the narrative
At the beginning of the pandemic, we were told that the COVID-19 shot was the only way out of the pandemic and that mass vaccination would help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by producing herd immunity. Real-world data shows this is simply not true, and while the COVID-19 shot can prevent hospitalization or death for some, it cannot prevent infection in many cases.
Real-world data also reveals that the “effectiveness” of these shots at preventing severe illness with SARS-CoV-2 wanes in a matter of months – a fact that officials and Big Pharma executives gladly use as justification for the endless parade of booster shots.
But instead of admitting that the COVID jab fails to adequately confer immunity against SARS-CoV-2 – and is, by this reasoning, not truly a vaxx per the CDC’s definition – government officials, in a concerning move straight out of 1984, have decided to simply change the official definition of a vaccine.
Before August 2021, this is how the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defined vaccine and vaccination:
Vaccine: A product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, protecting the person from that disease. Vaccines are usually administered through needle injections but can also be administered by mouth or sprayed into the nose.
Vaccination: The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease.
These definitions are taken verbatim from a now-archived webpage on the CDC. But on September 1, 2021, the CDC changed these definitions, which now read as follows:
Vaccine: A preparation that is used to stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases. Vaccines are usually administered through needle injections, but some can be administered by mouth or sprayed into the nose.
Vaccination: The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce protection from a specific disease.
Notice any key differences?
Leaked emails reveal CDC’s efforts to obscure the truth about mRNA COVID shots
According to the U.S. government, a vaxx is no longer used to “produce immunity” but instead to simply stimulate an immune response against a disease, which may (or may not) provide protection.
These changes were brought about after a flurry of emails between CDC employees, who expressed concern that “Right-wing COVID-19 deniers are using [the] ‘vaccine’ definition to argue that mRNA vaccines are not vaccines” and that “The definition of vaccine we have posted is problematic and people are using it to claim the COVID-19 vaccine is not a vaccine based on our own definition.”
This is blatant gaslighting, according to critics. Suddenly, the definition of a vaccine is “problematic”?
Suddenly, we are told that jabs are only meant to prevent severe illness rather than prevent illness itself? It’s not new that vaccines aren’t perfect and frequently fail to protect people – so why change the definition now?
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