PRE-PLANNED: Weeks before covid appeared in U.S., Congress redefined the word “vaccine” to include mRNA injections

Up until December 2019, the official government definition for the word “vaccine” did not include the mRNA (messenger RNA) technology that is now being injected into people’s bodies for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19). That changed, though, just weeks before the first “cases” of the Chinese Virus appeared on American soil.

Just in time for “Operation Warp Speed,” the United States Congress quietly redefined the word “vaccine” to include the drug injections that would soon be unveiled by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna – almost like they knew well in advance that a plandemic was coming.

Right before the turn of the year into 2020, the federal government signed a contract with Moderna that specifically referred to the company’s soon-to-be jab as an “mRNA coronavirus vaccine” that was “developed and jointly owned” by both Moderna and the federal government.

That same month, Congress changed the definition of “biological product” in federal laws that pertain to vaccine labeling, emergency use authorization (EUA), and approval. Now, the federal government considers vaccines as “biological products,” which was not the case prior to that.

“A basic summary is as follows: without the December 2019 change to U.S. law defining ‘biological product,’ the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines may have been required to be labeled as something other than a vaccine,” reported LifeSiteNews about the change.

“Stated slightly differently, the U.S. federal government’s definition of ‘biological product’ which was used up until a few weeks before the reported outbreak of COVID-19 may have prohibited the mRNA COVID-19 products from being labeled as vaccines.”

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