For all those who predicted the COVID vax efforts would never reach an end – even for the most compliant – prepare to take a bow.
Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, who served in the role from 2017-2019 under the Trump administration, now says he “fully expects” that the CDC’s definition of “fully vaccinated” will soon only apply to those who’ve gotten both shots and a booster dose.
“I think at some point they're going to, but not this year,” Gottlieb told CBS’s Margaret Brennan on Sunday’s “Face the Nation” when she asked, “Should the CDC say you need a booster to be considered fully vaccinated?”
“I think eventually this will be considered the three-dose vaccine, but I would be hard pressed to believe CDC is going to make that recommendation any time soon, in part because of this debate about whether or not younger people who are less risk should be receiving that third dose in states where governors are looking to do this, and I think some local communities will do it,” he went on.
The change would be significant, particularly considering the Biden administration's all-out war on free Americans by attempting to force them to be "fully vaccinated" or risk losing their jobs.
His suggestion likely isn’t far off the mark. In an interview with MSNBC’s Mike Brzezinski over the weekend, NIAID Director Dr. Anthony Fauci – who somehow still has his job – stated, "If you're vaccinated, get boosted. If you're unvaccinated, get vaccinated and then get a boost. It really does protect much, much better."
"If you're vaccinated, get boosted. If you're unvaccinated, get vaccinated and then get a boost. It really does protect much, much better." --Dr. Anthony Fauci pic.twitter.com/A8AZ9hDCt3— Morning Joe (@Morning_Joe) November 22, 2021
Until that booster stops working, and you need another one.
And another one.
And another one.
And another one…..