Louisville, KY — Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) took to social media to highlight the constant rewriting of definitions by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
The CDC, which Massie aptly refers to as the “Ministry of Truth,” has had three different definitions for “vaccination” over the last decade. In fact, they’ve redefined the word twice within days.
In 2012, “vaccination” was defined: “Injection of a killed or weakened infectious organism in order to prevent the disease.”
Fast forward to this year, it has been redefined twice. On Aug. 26, “vaccination” was defined: “The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease.”
On Sept. 2, “vaccination” was redefined: “The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce protection from a specific disease.”
Notice the subtle change in days from Aug. 26 to Sept. 2 replacing “immunity” to “protection.” Seems like an admission of some sort about the COVID-19 shots, doesn’t it? But beyond that, what’s behind the CDC redefining words that have been in use long before that unconstitutional agency existed?
As Dr. Joseph Mercola noted, back in February before the most recent redefinitions, the CDC has no legal authority to define words at all, albeit it is “empowered by the law” as a taxpayer-funded outfit.
However, what’s really behind the change, Mercola posits, is that people wouldn’t sheepishly line up for the shots if they were actually told what they were, in particular the mRNA jabs from Moderna and Pfizer.
“If they actually called it what it is, namely ‘gene therapy chemotherapy,’ most people would — wisely — refuse to take it,” Mercola wrote. “Perhaps that’s one reason for their false categorization as vaccines. But there may be other reasons as well.”
Those other reasons, which Mercola admits are conjecture, could have something to do with liability. In the 1980s, the government unconscionably gave legal immunity to big pharma for any damages caused by their vaccines. But, would that immunity apply to the COVID-19 shots since they aren’t vaccines?
“As long as the U.S. is under a state of emergency, things like PCR tests and COVID-19 ‘vaccines’ are allowed under emergency use authorization,” Mercola wrote. “And as long as the emergency use authorization is in effect, the makers of these experimental gene therapies are not financially liable for any harm that comes from their use.”
Mercola added: “That is, provided they’re ‘vaccines.’ If these injections are NOT vaccines, then the liability shield falls away, because there is no liability shield for a medical emergency countermeasure that is gene therapy. So, by maintaining the illusion that COVID-19 is a state of emergency, when in reality it is not, government leaders are providing cover for these gene therapy companies so that they can get immunity from liability.”
And if these companies had to pay for the damages their jabs have caused, they’d take a big hit to their bottom line considering the numbers on adverse events.
Regardless, words do have meaning and the CDC is no arbiter of definitions. But in this narrative-drive society, those who control the language control the people.
Tyranny is still tyranny, compliance is compliance and resistance is still resistance. So, when the tyrants come demanding you do something, will you comply or resist?
“Words mean things, phrases mean things, debate can be deceiving, and language can go a long way in gaining control over people by promoting and maintaining the nefarious state narrative,” wrote Gary Barnett. “Proper argument against wrong is vitally important, but arguing at the margins, arguing in circles, arguing to gain favor or position, or infighting to make a point, can do so much more harm than good, and in the process help to solidify tyranny.”
Barnett added: “Never trust the narrative, and always question everything. Do not get caught up in the argument, seek and accept only truth. This will require tenacity, strength, self-responsibility, and the ability to see through the hyperbole. It is time to tell it like it is, and accept reality, regardless of the consequences.”