Last week, the CDC quietly changed its guidelines to effectively end its previous policies, leaving many wondering if it was really all worth it.
New Civil Liberties Alliance reports,
“CDC eased its Covid-19 guidance on Thursday, stating that “Covid-19 prevention recommendations no longer differentiate based on a person’s vaccination status.”
BREAKING: CDC guidelines have been revised and COVID rules have been relaxed. The new guidance lifts the requirement to quarantine if exposed to the virus, deemphasizes screening people with no symptoms and updates COVID-19 protocols in schools. https://t.co/YJ4RBxeDGN
— NPR (@NPR) August 11, 2022
In effect, the change means that unvaccinated who were exposed to the virus and developed natural immunity are equal in status to those who have been vaccinated.
Anyone that suffered due to those governments, institutions, businesses, or people who militantly enforced the ineffective and dangerous experimental jabs is rightly upset about the situation.
So the last 2.5 years were for nothing? Suddenly it’s safe to do whatever
— mhm (@empeefive) August 11, 2022
No, the answer is it is less safe than ever. Thanks #CDC
— RJ Letts (@rj_letts) August 12, 2022
A legion of doctors has spoken out against the experimental jabs ever since their release, including Dr. Robert Malone, one of the inventors of mRNA vaccines, and Dr. Peter McCullough, one of the most prestigious doctors.
Dr. Naomi Wolf recently revealed that in the 300,000 Pfizer vaccine trial documents, 44% of women pregnant who participated in trial lost their babies.
No doubt more backpeddling will take place the adverse effects of the vaccines are revealed.
Justin Deschamps is an epistemologist, researcher, and public speaker, passionate about omniology. He discusses a wide range of topics for the betterment of mankind in and through the enhanced capacity to think critically, discern wisely, and expose corruption. He hosts Vigilant News and Knowledge Based on Badlands Media, and writes, produces, and hosts the show Into The Storm on Rise.tv.
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