Anthony Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and Rochelle Walensky, the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), are redefining the definition of "fully vaccinated," as they have the definition of "vaccine" and "vaccination." No longer, according them, does a "vaccine" immunize you from a virus or its variants. Unlike vaccines of the past, vaccines today no longer protect us from contracting a virus and spreading it to others, but merely help to lessen the severity of the virus, if and when we contract it. Of course, even this can't be positively proved, since the number of vaccinated people being hospitalized and dying from the coronavirus is dramatically increasing. It is this disconcerting fact that has sent Fauci and Walensky back to the blackboard to chalk up another redefinition. This time, in an attempt to explain away their former guarantee of vaccine efficacy, in the face of its refutation by reality, they're redefining the definition of "fully vaccinated." According to them, the efficacy of the vaccines is irrefutable, but unfortunately rapidly wanes over time, which requires additional vaccines to remain fully vaccinated. Therefore, the definition for fully vaccinated is no longer one shot of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, but two, nor is it two shots of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine, but three. Of course, this redefinition is open-ended. In the future, it can be redefined again and again, even to the point of mandating annual, semiannual, quarterly, or monthly vaccines. In addition, these vaccines could also include, for the sake of protecting the public from future viruses or variants that are both more contagious and lethal, things like digital ID for tracking purposes. The truth is; America is being more anesthetized than immunized, in order to be eventually euthanized by multiple jabs in the back, which will be redefined by Fauci and Walensky as panaceas for all pandemics!