In September 2021, the definition of the word “vaccination” in the US was quietly changed, removing any reference to it being intended to confer immunity. At the time, the US CDC had denied any connection to the questionable effectiveness of the Covid shots. E-mails prove now: That was – as expected – a lie. The old definition had flown around the ears of the authority: At that time, one drowned in angry inquiries from the population.
At the time, Report24 reported on the change in definition: While a vaccination before 2015 was still used to “avoid” a disease, from 2015 the definition was that the shot produced “immunity” against a specific disease. In September 2021 the eraser was put on and claimed henceforth, a vaccination is anything that produces some kind of “protection” from a disease. Accordingly, vitamin D preparations would now be a vaccination.
A “vaccine,” in turn, is defined as a compound used to “stimulate the body’s immune response against disease.” This in turn means that immune-stimulating drugs such as interferon can by definition be referred to as vaccines. The changes have bloated the terms and were simply absurd.
For the critical observer, it quickly became clear that it was the ridiculous effectiveness (or rather non-effectiveness) of the Covid “vaccines” that had prompted the agency to make these changes. This was of course denied. However, emails have now been published through a Freedom of Information Act that expose this as a lie. CDC official Alycia Downs complained in an August 25, 2021 email to a colleague: “The definition of vaccine that we have published is problematic and people are using it to claim that the COVID-19 vaccine is not a vaccine based on our own definition.”
As The Epoch Times reported, the agency was inundated with a veritable barrage of inquiries denouncing that by definition the Covid “vaccines” should not be marketed as such at all – because there was not and is not even a hint of “immunization” taking place. The pressure came not only from the critical part of the population, but also from people panicking about corona, who complained to the authority that “right-wing pandemic deniers” were using the CDC definition to argue against vaccination. Corona’s witnesses never shone with convincing counter-arguments anyway, but the fact that even an official definition thwarted them apparently caused outrage.
Meanwhile, the CDC’s reaction was significant: instead of admitting criticism of the vaunted vaccines, they changed the vaccine definition – and thus caused even more criticism, because this step was absolutely transparent for any halfway rational person. The change was already enforced on September 1, 2021. Of course, this did not change the lack of effectiveness of the Covid vaccine and the pointlessness of the vaccination campaign.