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Emails Reveal CDC Changed Definition of “Vaccine” & “Vaccination” Because COVID Vaxx Didn't Work

November 6, 2021

Investigative reporter and attorney Techno Fog obtained CDC emails recently via a FOIA request that explain why they changed the definition of “vaccine” and “vaccination” on their government website.

The simple answer is because the experimental “vaccines” did not work and Americans were wising up to this fact. According to CDC emails this was “problematic and people are using it to claim the COVID-19 vaccine is not a vaccine based on our own definition”

So rather than reporting the truth to the American public — the CDC decided instead to change the meaning of the words “vaccination” and ‘vaccines.”

Via TechnoFog substack.

CDC emails we obtained via the Freedom of Information Act reveal CDC worries with how the performance of the COVID-19 vaccines didn’t match the CDC’s own definition of “vaccine”/“vaccination”. The CDC’s Ministry of Truth went hard at work in the face of legitimate public questions on this issue.

In one August 2021 e-mail, a CDC employee cited to complaints that “Right-wing covid-19 deniers are using your ‘vaccine’ definition to argue that mRNA vaccines are not vaccines…”

Getting no response, there was a follow-up e-mail a week later: “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.”

The change of the “vaccination” definition was eventually approved on August 31. The next day, on September 1, they approved the change to the “vaccine” definition from discussing immunity to protection…

Read the rest here.

At first glance, this looks like criminal activity. If a private company played word games like this with their product the government would have them shut down or fined. The CDC does this and nothing happens.

These people just got caught in another major lie. It’s about time they face justice.

SOURCE: The Gateway Pundit

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