Why did the CDC change the definition of "Vaccine"?— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) November 2, 2021
We obtained CDC emails via FOIA for the answer.
Our vaccine definition is "problematic and people are using it to claim the COVID-19 vaccine is not a vaccine based on our own definition"https://t.co/gCW7Flv2xA
Does that mean that vitamin D is now technically a vaccine? It is after all, “a preparation that is used to stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases.”
As usual Rep. Tom Massie was all over it. Sometimes it’s good to have a brilliant MIT grad paying attention to these bastards. He was among the first to discuss the change, noting the definition went from “immunity” to “protection”.
According to the article referenced above, here:
Internal CDC E-Mails
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…”
There are more emails like this on the substack article.