On Sept. 1st, 2021 the U.S. CDC changed its website’s definition for the word “vaccination,” with it now replacing the word “immunity” with the word “protection.”
The change was noticed by people around the nation with many revealing screenshots of the new definition before and after the switch up.
One of these posts was shared via Instagram by conservative commentator Kangmin Lee, who was called @koreanchristianconservative via Instagram.
“We are living in 1984.” Lee says. “They keep changing the goalpost, lying and redefining words. They did this to herd immunity, anti-vax, and now to the definition of the word vaccination itself changing it from immunity to “protection”, which is a big and vague term. This is all by design. Everyone needs to wake up.”
“Don’t trust these health bureaucrats,” Lee said in another comment to his post.
The post reveals a screenshot saying “The CDC switches the definition of v⍺ccination on Sept. 1st. Replaces the word ‘immunity’ with ‘protection,’” and also shows screenshots to reveal the evidence of the switch in the definition, with dates included.
Suspicions of American groups such as the CDC are now at an all-time high, especially with reports of lowering vaccine efficacy such as Israel’s report about the Pfziers vaccine being just 39% effective against some variants.
We have covered these Orwellian attacks on our language by American groups in the past, including Merriam-Webster’s changing the word “anti-vaxxer” to include people who are against forced vaccination.
“The Merriam-Webster dictionary has broadened the definition of the word “anti-vaxxer.”
“Their website now defines “anti-vaxxer” as “a person who is against vaccination or laws that mandate such vaccinations.” In other words, anyone who does not like the government forcing a needle into the arms of other people now come under this new term, regardless of their views about vaccines.”
Interestingly, Dr. Fauci said that “probably a bit more than half” of the CDC staff are currently vaccinated against coronavirus, which surprised many people as the group strongly urges every American to get the vaccine, and often has its own people push for forced inoculation.
The CDC does not currently require its own staff to get the vaccination.
Author: Steven Sinclaire