Chris Rock said he was vaccinated 3 times for CoVid and caught the virus; but only after Rachelle Walensky and the CDC changed the definition of vaccine after reports proved they don’t prevent disease

Americans need to watch the distrustful Pinko's who have Biden surrounded, under control and being manipulateed like a puppet with dementia in our White House

CLEVELAND, OH – If what entertainment businessman Chris Rock told Kelly Ripa is true he’s received all three vaccines manufactured by Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson.  The latter – Johnson & Johnson – being the “food stamps” of vaccines.

On September 19, 2021 Rock tweeted that he has CoVid.  “Hey guys I just found out I have COVID, trust me you don’t want this. Get vaccinated.”

Chris Rock didn’t ask the question of how he developed CoVid if he was supposed to have been vaccinated against developing CoVid.

If EJBNEWS readers assume Rock’s claim of being administered all three “vaccines” were true then he shouldn’t have CoVid.   That’s according to the Center for Disease Control’s website on November 1, 2007.

Disease prevention is the key to public health. It is always better to prevent a disease than to treat it. Vaccines prevent disease in the people who receive them and protect those who come into contact with unvaccinated individuals. Vaccines help prevent infectious diseases and save lives. Vaccines are responsible for the control of many infectious diseases that were once common in this country, including polio, measles, diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough), rubella (German measles), mumps, tetanus, and Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib).”

Rock admitted to CBS host Gayle King he only has a 9th grade education after dropping out of high school before he completed the 10th grade.  He’s in therapy 7 hours a week, Rock told King.  His wife of 20 years allegedly walked away with $40 million out of his $100 million in earnings.  Before Saturday Night Live and jokes about white people Rock was working at Red Lobster and planning to get a Commercial Drivers License to truck like his “Dad.”

The New Jersey funnyman who lives near Eddie Murphy in a palatial home told King in January 2021 he couldn’t wait to take the vaccine.  Its ingredients didn’t matter.  He didn’t know what was in Tylenol but he takes it.  The same with a Big Mac.  Understood but he’s not a physician with the credibility to promote a vaccine that didn’t prevent the disease he caught.

What Rock missed in encouraging his fans to take the vaccine is the evidence in his own words that none of the three he claimed to have taken works.  A vaccine, according to the CDC on November 1, 2007 was supposed to “prevent disease in people who receive them.

Rock would be “cancelled” in this “cancel culture” for saying the vaccines making billions of dollars for Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson and Moderna – millions of dollars for click bait news media owners promoting them – don’t work.

For this story EJBNEWS sought the definition for the word “vaccine.”  There’s the dictionary definition.  The better definition is within the medical community’s information sources and publications.  The National Center for Biological Information under the National Institute of Health (NIH) is where I visited to confirm the CDC’s “vaccines prevent disease” mantra in 2007.

What I found were the three different types of vaccines being manufactured today according to NIH.  Not a single vaccine was described as an annual booster shot or a treatment that needed to be repeated often.  One shot and done is the concept behind vaccines for every other preventable disease but CoVid.

Whole-Pathogen Vaccines.  Traditional vaccines consist of entire pathogens that have been killed or weakened so that they cannot cause disease. Such whole-pathogen vaccines can elicit strong protective immune responses.

Subunit Vaccines.  Instead of the entire pathogen, subunit vaccines include only the components, or antigens, that best stimulate the immune system. Although this design can make vaccines safer and easier to produce, it often requires the incorporation of adjuvants to elicit a strong protective immune response because the antigens alone are not sufficient to induce adequate long-term immunity.

Nucleic Acid Vaccines.  Another investigational approach to vaccination involves introducing genetic material encoding the antigen or antigens against which an immune response is sought. The body’s own cells then use this genetic material to produce the antigens. Potential advantages of this approach include the stimulation of broad long-term immune responses, excellent vaccine stability and relative ease of large-scale vaccine manufacture. Many such vaccines are in the research pipeline, although none are currently licensed for human use.

Vaccines based on messenger RNA (mRNA), an intermediary between DNA and protein, also are being developed. Recent technological advances have largely overcome issues with the instability of mRNA and the difficulty of delivering it into cells, and some mRNA vaccines have demonstrated encouraging early results. For example, NIAID-supported researchers developed an experimental mRNA vaccine that protected mice and monkeys against Zika virus infection after a single dose.

The definition for vaccines in 2007 was clear and as everyone in America understood them. They prevented disease.

When I visited the CDC’s website on September 19, 2021 I observed that the Russian physician President Joseph Robinette Biden appointed to head the agency, Rachelle Walensky, has changed the definition of “vaccine.”

Vaccine: A preparation that is used to stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases. Vaccines are usually administered through needle injections, but some can be administered by mouth or sprayed into the nose.

Vaccination: The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce protection from a specific disease.

The “Pinko” Biden hired to oversee the CDC is now promoting the idea that vaccines DO NOT PREVENT DISEASE in the people who receive them. Vaccines now just “stimulate” the “body’s immune response against disease.”  This editorial “correction” came between the months of August and September 2021 and Walensky didn’t share the change with Congress.

The CEO of Pfizer is a Greece-born veterinarian. Seriously. The guy leading the corporation manufacturiing vaccines for humans is an animal doctor. NBC news man Lester Holt knows as a Baby Boomer like me that vaccines were supposed to be one and done. He wanted to know why the animal doctor leading Pfizer is pushing an annual vaccine instead of a one and done treatment that prevents the disease. More specifically, if CoVid vaccinated people are still getting the common cold and flu then the treatment should not be called a vaccination.  It should simply be called an annual treatment for the common cold (coronavirus) and flu (covid) like Nyquil or Tylenol.

Deceptions like the one Walensky is involved in is why Americans with American Revolution and pre-Civil War ancestry who served as presidents and members of Congress included Russians with the Chinese in the Chinese Exclusion Acts beginning in 1882.  They can’t be trusted as Americans to be loyal to this nation and it’s flag … exclusively.  We were taught not to lie.  It’s a George Washington … thing.  The Czars of Russia had a different consciousness than our Presidents.  Honesty wasn’t a cultural characteristic.

President David Dwight Eisenhower “purged” the “Pinko’s” from the federal workforce in 1954. The nation’s first Irish Catholic president, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, started bringing the Pinko’s back.  Pinko was the term we were taught to describe people living in the United States of AMerican who expressed love for the Soviet Union and its failed Communism.  Time magazine first used the street word in writing in 1925.  Pinko’s have over run the Biden administration.

Rock’s got a great story to tell about how what politicians are calling a vaccine they want everyone to take is not.  Three vaccines were “allegedly” injected in his body.  That includes the food stamp version offered by Johnson & Johnson for his back in the hood DNA.  And he still got CoVid because all he received according to Walensky, was a stimulated immune system.  They didn’t tell Rock that vaccines are like Viagra.  They only work for a few hours.

The definition for the word “vaccine” changed between August and September 2021 on the CDC website; and there’s more than one member of Congress who wants to know why.

Given a choice between a hard dick from the Viagra and the CoVid he got from his three vaccines, Rock’s a “Brother.”  He’d have gone for the hard dick.  “Let it flop.”

Rock’s tweet implies he wasn’t vaccinated.  So maybe the two interviews where he said he was anxious to take them, and had already done so, was for the public he didn’t want cancelling his career because he didn’t.

Eric Jonathan Brewer

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