I’ve warned others of this changing of the goal posts for months now.
Ever since Israel announced you’re no longer fully vaccinated from COVID-19 without a booster, I knew that was America’s future.
Americans got a preview when Fraudci mentioned the fully vaccinated definition possibly changing in this interview.
CDC Director Rochelle Walensky now echoes the same tune after the approval of boosters for many Americans.
While Walensky stated the definition ‘may change,’ we know that means it will change soon.
Personally, I give it 1-2 months before you’re considered unvaccinated without the booster.
I like the term double-jabbed unvaccinated people (single-jabbed with the J&J).
And without the latest booster, you’ll never be considered “fully vaccinated.”
That’s the business model Big Pharma seeks.
When hospitals start filling with “fully vaccinated” people the best thing to do is change the definition by mandating a third dose. So when people die with Covid after two doses they can say “It’s a pandemic of the unvaccinated.” These guys are good. https://t.co/Gbi3jS43uk
— Del Bigtree (@delbigtree) October 22, 2021
In short, you will never be ‘fully vaccinated’ ⬇️ you can opt out any time by just saying NO 💫💫💫https://t.co/LiPfDvwhst
— Nicola Sainty (@nicola_sainty) October 26, 2021
The CDC Director said that once booster shots are available for everyone that the definition of fully vaccinated might change.
— Dr. David Samadi (@drdavidsamadi) October 22, 2021
CDC Director: We May Have To Change The Definition Of ‘Fully Vaccinated’ Because Of Boostershttps://t.co/XWxAs0kwkA
— Robert W Malone, MD (@RWMaloneMD) October 23, 2021
The goalposts are moving. First they changed the definition of “vaccine.” Now they’re changing the definition of “fully vaccinated.”https://t.co/9q7H7C6jz4
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) October 22, 2021
Here’s the clip via Rumble:
Axios provided a good reminder of what currently qualifies as “fully vaccinated.”
Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Friday the U.S. “may need to update” its definition for what it means to have full vaccination against COVID.
The big picture: The CDC and the FDA have officially approved boosters with every authorized vaccine in the U.S. for people who meet specific requirements. Walensky explained that since not everyone is eligible for a booster, the definition has not been changed “yet.”
- Currently, the CDC’s definition is the following: “Fully vaccinated persons are those who are ≥14 days post-completion of the primary series of an FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine.”
What they’re saying: “We have not yet changed the definition of ‘fully vaccinated.’ We will continue to look at this. We may need to update our definition of ‘fully vaccinated’ in the future,” Walensky said during a press briefing.
That’s how the CDC fools the public with their false “Pandemic of the Unvaccinated” narrative.
Because you’re not considered fully vaccinated until 14 days or more post final dose, many adverse reactions and breakthrough cases get labeled unvaccinated.
And the media pushes the misleading statistics every single day.
Off-Guardian.org added input to the reasoning of the changing definition:
By redefining “fully vaccinated”, they can turn millions of double-jabbed people back into “unvaccinated” people and stop them from becoming potential “breakthrough infections” and hurting the vaccine effectiveness stats.
This will, in turn, camouflage any excess mortality in those who have had the vaccine, for example due to antibody-dependent enhancement, because all those who die will officially be “not fully vaccinated”.
They’ll likely push it through soon, before this winter’s flu season hits, so any flu deaths can be “unvaccinated covid deaths”.
And for anybody out there who got double-jabbed thinking they were buying their life back, we’re sorry, but we did warn you this would happen.
Count this as another win for conspiracy theorists.
They warned this would happen.
And many didn’t bother to listen.