Fauci Says Redefining Fully Vaccinated a Matter of “When, Not If”
Dr. Anthony Fauci moved the goalposts of his definition of fully vaccinated on an interview with CNN Wednesday, admitting that redefining the term was a matter of “when, not if.”
“Right now, I don’t see that changing tomorrow or next week,” said Fauci about a redefinition. “In my own personal opinion …. it’s going to be a matter of when, not if.”
Officials of Big Pharma entities such as Pfizer and Moderna have been quick to suggest that the definition of fully vaccinated would be constantly changed, with the CEO of Pfizer even arguing that the coronavirus vaccine would become a yearly process to protect one’s status as fully vaccinated.
Fauci declined to state when the definition of fully vaccinated would be officially changed, instead urging the public to get a booster shot of the vaccine. The Centers for Disease Control has declined to embrace the booster shot as part of a full vaccination so far, instead only encouraging everyone to receive a booster shot.
Fauci even went on to argue that optimal protection wouldn’t be attained after a booster shot of the vaccine, suggesting that receiving shots could become a regular, constant process with no defined end or completion.
“Certainly, when you want to talk about what optimal protection is, I don’t think anybody would argue that optimal protection is going to be with a third shot,” said Fauci.
The Biden administration medical czar has faced criticism after being implicated in the funding of dangerous gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China. The longtime government doctor lied to Congress about the nature of the research, relying on a sly redefinition of gain of function to assert that the research was safe.
Support Big League Politics by making a donation today. You can also donate via PayPal, Venmo or donate crypto. Your support helps us take on the powerful and report the truth that the mainstream media wants to silence.