Fauci’s Up-To-Date Jargon
Dr. Fauci’s recent up-to-date jargon set some people, both among the Citizenry and the government, off a bit recently. The latter was none too pleased to have to “clarify” his statement in order to keep their narrative pure.
We’re using the terminology now ‘keeping your vaccinations up to date,’ rather than what ‘fully vaccinated’ means.
Right now, optimal protection is with a third shot of an mRNA or a second shot of a J&J.— Dr. Anthony Fauci
Of course, the issue is that Dr. Fauci is closer to accurate in his terminology than the CDC, the bulk of the politicians, and their Lamestream Media are. There can be no “fully vaccinated” status when you need repeated injections every two to three months.
IMRHO, the actual issue that is causing a lot of the distrust of the vaccine mandates is actually the terms, “Vaccine” and “Vaccination.” While these terms are technically accurate, none of the COVID-19 treatments live up to or meet the normative standards of what American society understands a vaccine to be. The public consciousness – zeitgeist, if you will – has for generations thought of vaccines as providing very long-term, even lifetime, immunity to diseases after a single dose or a couple of doses over the course of years, e.g., Polio, Small Pox, Measles. And, the COVID-19 “vaccines” provide neither immunity nor long-lasting protections.
This is the reason that almost everyone not part of the medical community – and a fair number of those within it – think of the annual inoculation against Influenza as the “Flu Shot,” not the “Flu Vaccine.” And, the Flu Shot actually provides greater protection against infection than any of the COVID-19 “vaccines” do. 🙄
So yeah, like him or hate him, Dr. Fauci is a lot closer to right than the government agencies trying to control the pandemic narrative are. His up-to-date jargon at least concedes to the reality that there is no achievable point of “Fully Vaccinated.”
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