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The Centers for Disease Control quietly changed the definition of "vaccination" earlier this month. Congressman Thomas Massie tweeted the change last week.

Here is the old definition of "vaccination" from the CDC's website (2012):

"Vaccination: Injection of a killed or weakened infectious organism in order to prevent the disease."

In August 2021, the CDC updated the definition of "vaccination" to align with the new mRNA spike protein vaccine program:

"Vaccination: The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease."

However, the word "immunity" was problematic because studies out of Israel show that God-given natural immunity provides 27 times more protection than mRNA vaccines.

The CDC removed the word "immunity" and replaced it with "protection", since immunity conferred by mRNA "vaccines" fades in 3-6 months.

Here is the new definition of "vaccination" from CDC.gov (updated on Sept. 1):

Vaccination: The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce protection from a specific disease.

Twitter users accused the CDC of moving the goalposts yet again.

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Expect Dr. Anthony Fauci and CNN to downplay and minimize natural immunity as trivial since mRNA spike protein shots provide better "protection."

Dr. Fauci couldn't answer a basic question about immunity when CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta went off-script last week. See video below.
 

 

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The White House has announced Pres. Joe Biden's 6-pronged strategy to combat surging cases of Covid-19 Delta and Mu variants on Thursday.

Biden will require all 2.3 million federal workers to get vaccinated - with limited exemptions and no option for testing.

Biden signed an executive order forcing all federal employees and contractors to get the vaccine. They will have 75 days to get vaccinated with few exceptions.

Federal workers were previously allowed to take a Covid-19 test if they refused a vaccine. That option is now off the table.

"There will be limited exceptions for legally recognized reasons disability or religious objections," Whit House press secretary Jen Psaki said Thursday.

Biden's plan will disregard people who previously contracted Covid-19.

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Biden will speak to the nation from the White House at 5 p.m. ET on Thursday.

He will address the six areas where Covid-19 mandates can be tightened for federal employees and contractors.

Psaki said anyone who "fails to comply, will go through the standard HR process, which includes counseling and face disciplinary action."

"Obviously the federal workforce is one of the largest in the country and we would like to be a model to what we think other businesses, organizations should do. The expectation is that if you want to work with federal government or be a contractor, you need to be vaccinated unless you are eligible for one of the exemptions."

Biden is pressuring states to push vaccinations in populations where vaccination rates are low.

However, some southern states such as Florida and Texas are pushing back.

About 70% of Black people are unvaccinated.

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Jimmy Kimmel sparked backlash after joking that hospitals should turn away unvaccinated people if they contract the coronavirus.

Kimmel made the remarks during his opening monologue on Tuesday.

"Vaccinated person having a heart attack? Yes, come right on in," he said. "Unvaccinated guy who gobbled horse goo? Rest in peace, wheezy."

Kimmel was referring to people using the anti-parasitic medication Ivermectin as prophylaxis or treatment for Covid-19.

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Kimmel, who returned to the show from summer hiatus on Tuesday, was dismayed that nothing had changed in the two months that he was gone.

He said unvaccinated people should not fill beds in hospital intensive-care units if they get sick.

Twitter users were outraged. Some said by Kimmel's logic, drug addicts should not be treated if they overdose on fentanyl, or alcoholics who need liver detox.

One Twitter user wrote:

"If everyone were treated like Jimmy Kimmel wants for unvaccinated: No treatment for smokers with lung cancer, nor drinkers with cirrhosis, nor auto accident victims who weren't wearing a seat belt, nor skin cancer patients who sunbathed nor heart attack victims who ate too much."

Another user tweeted:

"@jimmykimmel back from hiding after your black face skit. Now saying unvaccinated people should die. You're sick."

And a third person wrote:

"@jimmykimmel remember when the unvaccinated supported you when your child was ill? I do! Mind your own business Clown face!... #CancelKimmel."

Watch Kimmel's monologue below.
 

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Pres. Joe Biden will unveil his "robust" 6-pronged strategy to combat the coronavirus and boost vaccinations on Thursday, Sept. 9.

Biden is expected to detail his new strategy as cases of Covid-19 delta and Mu variants surge across the country.

The White House announced the planned speech on Tuesday, saying Biden will address Americans on the next steps to contain the coronavirus variants.

"On Thursday the president will speak to the American people about his robust plan to stop the spread of the delta variant and boost vaccinations," the White House said in a statement.

"As the president has said since day 1, his administration will pull every lever to get the pandemic under control," a White House official said on Tuesday. "On Thursday, the president will lay out a six pronged strategy that will help us do just that, working across the public and private sectors."

The announcement sparked speculation that the U.S. will go back under lockdowns or impose forced mandatory vaccines.

About 650,000 COVID-19 deaths have been recorded in the U.S. since early 2020, according to Fox News. The U.S. leads the world in both Covid-19 cases and deaths.

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A health expert says Covid-19 will be around forever and people should "get used to" taking endless booster vaccines per year.

Australian health chief Dr. Kerry Chant said booster vaccines will be forever because the coronavirus will mutate very year just like the flu.

"We need to get used to being vaccinated with COVID vaccines for the future," she said. "I can't see COVID is not going to be with us forever."

She continued:

"As a public health doctor we always want to have diseases go, um, get totally eliminated, but that is not on the horizon in the near future. Booster doses and repeat doses will be part of it...

"I can assure you that the commonwealth government has purchased large quantities of vaccine into 2022 and this will be a regular cycle of vaccination and revaccination as we learn more about when immunity wanes."

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Dr. Chant also claimed that natural immunity is not as effective as immunity conferred by the vaccines.

Australia has imposed the most restrictive covid-19 guidelines in the world via lockdowns for the unvaccinated and fines of up to $11,000.

Police reportedly shot stray dogs to prevent spreading the virus because the Covid virus, SARS-CoV-2, originated from animal reservoir and can infect numerous animal species.

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Rev. Jesse Jackson's wife, Jacqueline, has been released from a Chicago hospital after spending a week in ICU for Covid-19 treatment.

"Our mother is leaving the Northwestern Memorial Hospital and coming home," their son Jonathan Jackson said in a statement to NBC Chicago. "Our family is grateful to God and the medical team that treated her and that is allowing her body to continue to heal from the COVID-19 virus."

Rev. Jesse Jackson, who is fully vaccinated, and Jacqueline Jackson, who did not receive the vaccine, both fell ill on August 20 and were taken to Northwestern where they tested positive for Covid-19. They were both admitted to the hospital on Aug. 21.

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Following treatment, Jesse Jackson, 79, was transferred to a physical rehab facility. Jacqueline Jackson, 77, was moved to ICU last week.

Rev. Jackson, who has Parkinson's disease, is receiving physical therapy and has recently tested negative for Covid-19, according to their son Jonathan.

Jonathan encouraged all those who have not been vaccinated to get the shots and thanked everyone for their prayers and support, saying, "The love that has been poured out to our family at this time of sickness and need from around the world has helped in our parent's healing."

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Jesse Jackson, a civil rights leader, was with Martin Luther King Jr. when the civil rights icon was assassinated at a Memphis motel in 1968.

Jackson is pictured on the balcony outside room 306 at the Lorraine Motel on the 50th anniversary of King's assassination on April 3, 2018. The motel is now a National Civil Rights Museum.

Rev. Jackson unsuccessfully ran for president in 1984 and 1988 and served as a shadow U.S. senator for Washington, DC from 1991 to 1997. A shadow senator is not a paid position and comes with no congressional powers.

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When Rebecca Firlit attended a virtual child custody hearing with her ex-husband on Aug. 10, the first thing Cook County Judge James Shapiro asked was whether she was vaccinated.

Firlit, a 39-year-old desk clerk, explained that she had "adverse reactions in the past and was advised not to get vaccinated by her doctor. It poses a risk."

But the judge revoked her custody until she got the vaccine that poses a risk to her health.

Firlit's attorney, Annette Fernholz, immediately filed an appeal of the judge's order. Fernholz said her client has been divorced seven years and she and her ex share custody.

Firlit told the Sun-Times she thought the hearing would cover child support and child expenses - not custody.

"One of the first things he asked me when I got on the Zoom call was whether or not I was vaccinated, which threw me off because I asked him what it had to do with the hearing," Firlit said.

"I was confused because it was just supposed to be about expenses and child support. I asked him what it had to do with the hearing, and he said, 'I am the judge, and I make the decisions for your case.'"

Firlit said she hopes an appellate court will rule in her favor because she believes the judge overreached his judicial authority.

She said the only contact she has had with her son since Aug. 10 is by phone.

"I talk to him every day. He cries, he misses me. I send him care packages," she said.

Fernholz said she hopes an appellate court gets involved this week and reverses Shapiro's ruling.

"It's very much exceeding his judicial authority," she said.

Jeffrey Leving, who represents Firlit's ex-husband, told the Sun-Times he was not expecting the judge to ask about vaccinations. However, the father - who is fully vaccinated - agrees with the judge's decision.

"We support the judge's decision," Leving said, before adding they will fight Firlit's appeal.

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The Rev. Jesse Jackson and his wife, Jacqueline, were hospitalized in Chicago after testing positive for Covid-19.

Both Jackson, 79, and his wife Jacqueline, 77, received Covid-19 mRNA vaccines in January, and are fully vaccinated.

They join millions of people who tested positive or fell ill with Covid-19 after receiving the vaccines. A small percentage of those people required hospitalization or died.
 
DOES THE VACCINE CAUSE COVID TO MUTATE?
 
Researchers say the vaccines do not cause the Covid-19 virus to mutate into variants.

In July, the CDC released alarming data that shows around 35,000 vaccinated people reported symptoms from Delta variant infections each week.

The list of celebrities, athletes, and lawmakers who contracted the Delta variant after receiving the vaccines is growing longer by the day.

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  • "THE WAR HAS CHANGED"
     
    The so-called "breakthrough cases" are worrisome to researchers. Breakthrough infections caused by the less lethal but highly contagious Delta variant signaled to the CDC that "The war has changed."

    Some merchants and retailers have banned fully vaccinated people from their stores due to fears that they are "shedding" the virus and infecting the unvaccinated.
     
    HOW THE mRNA VACCINE WORKS
     
    The messenger RNA vaccine works by instructing your immune cells to produce spike proteins that would normally be produced by the Covid-19 virus.

    Ideally, vaccine-induced spike proteins cause an immune response that hunts and destroys the virus.

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    However, Covid-19 also has spike proteins -- those red spikes that you see on the surface of the virus in this illustration.

    Covid uses its spike proteins to latch onto ACE2 receptors to enter human cells and cause infections.

    Our God-given immune system blocks Covid's spikes from attaching to ACE2 receptors, thus preventing infections.

    Natural immunity last longer than man-made antibodies, which, according to the CDC, only last 6-8 months before wearing off.

    Studies show spike proteins harm cells by causing inflammation and vascular endothelial damage. There have been multiple reports of blood clots and cardiac inflammation, particularly in teenagers.

    The CDC and World Health Organization received extensive safety data from vaccine makers Pfizer and Moderna that shows millions of doses given with no significant side effects.

    Pfizer and Moderna insists their vaccine-induced spike proteins do not cause harm because the vaccine is administered in the deltoid (arm) muscle where the muscle cells take up the mRNA to produce spike proteins.

    Health experts downplay reports that vaccine-induced spike proteins cause blood clots in the heart, lungs or blood vessels.

    According to the CDC about 49% of Americans are fully vaccinated. 60% of Americans have received at least one vaccine dose.

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    Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick (right) is facing backlash after blaming unvaccinated Black people for spreading Covid-19 around the country.

    Patrick said Blacks are the "biggest group" of unvaccinated people in America.

    The lt. governor made the remarks in an interview with host Laura Ingraham of Fox News show The Ingraham Angle.

    He said Black people vote for Democrats and he blamed members of the Democratic Party for not making sure Black people get the experimental messenger RNA vaccine.

    "Most of the numbers are with the unvaccinated and the Democrats like to blame Republicans on that. Well, the biggest group in most states are African Americans who have not been vaccinated. The last time I checked over 90 percent of them vote for Democrats in their major cities and major counties, so it's up to the Democrats to get just as that it's up to Republicans to try to get as many people vaccinated."

    Patrick said he respects the rights of people who don't want to get the vaccines and they won't be forced. However, Patrick said nothing is being done about vaccine hesitancy in the Black community "that has a significantly high number of unvaccinated people."

    Patrick's comments came days after Texas Governor Greg Abbott tested positive for Covid-19 despite being fully vaccinated.

    Black Twitter unloaded on Patrick, referring to him as "racist" and a "white supremacist."

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    Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla blames the Russians for low vaccination rates among Black Americans and other minorities.

    Just 27% of Black Americans are vaccinated, according to CDC statistics. Caucasians, Asians and Hispanics have higher vaccinations rates than Black people.

    Bourla blamed Russia for vaccine hesitancy particularly in minority communities where distrust of the government is highest.
     
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    The CEO claims Russia masterminded online campaigns to spread misinformation among Americans.

    "So many times we've got information from the [US] state department who tell us: 'We see that Russia is attacking you in an effort to discredit your vaccine.'"

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    Pfizer was the first mRNA vaccine to be granted emergency authorization status by the FDA last year. Bourla told Consumeradvisory.com, "We are the most efficient vaccine machine."

    Bourla said Pfizer's inoculation is the reason America nearly achieved herd immunity. But there's still a ways to go.

    "If mRNA had failed, I think we would have been in a very, very difficult spot right now. We would need to vaccinate way more people to get the same result, in many cases 40 to 50 per cent more."

    Bourla said the solution to reduce vaccine hesitancy is by shaming the unvaccinated.

    "The worst thing you can do with these people — and there's a lot of this — is saying: 'You're not a man, are you not aware that you're putting everybody else in danger?'" he said.

    Bourla said he has "personal views" about mandating vaccines nationwide.

    "It's very easy to perceive that we have an interest. More people getting vaccinations means more vaccines sold."

    Bourla projects sales of Pfizer vaccine to hit $34 billion in 2021.