Dr. Fauci announces the retirement of “fully vaccinated” (since, in his universe, there’s no such thing)

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Ron DeSantis was ridiculed for suggesting that someday the definition of “fully vaccinated” could change, and people could lose their jobs for not getting a third mRNA shot.

I don’t know why the lizard people bother ridiculing those who speculate about where the dystopia is going, because everything they speculate about winds up coming to pass.

There are already booster requirements all over the place.

And now we have this from Fauci: we’re not going to use the expression “fully vaccinated” anymore. Why? Because it commits what we laughingly call our public health establishment to determining a definitive endpoint.

He said, “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.”

But with every booster, compliance falls significantly.

With every school closure — nearly two years into this nonsense — more normie parents decide they’ve had it.

With every throttling of a Joe Rogan episode, an audience of (literally) tens of millions gets exposed to previously excluded perspectives.

Does this mean we win?

Well, we have a lot more fighting to do, that’s for sure.

But there are a lot of us. And our numbers are growing, while theirs are falling.

This may seem cheesy to some, but it’s my approach right now:

I am planting some big flowers — for you:

Tom Woods

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