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Court Makes Devastating Decision Over ‘The Jab’ … Told Ya So

In a landmark ruling, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has declared that the mRNA COVID-19 jab does not meet the traditional medical definition of a vaccine. This decision has sent shockwaves through the medical community and has significant implications for the ongoing debate surrounding the COVID-19 vaccines.
The court’s ruling is based on the fact that the mRNA COVID-19 jab does not prevent transmission of the virus, but rather only reduces symptoms in the infected vaccine recipient. This is a crucial distinction, as traditional vaccines are designed to prevent the spread of disease by providing immunity to the recipient.
This ruling has significant implications for the ongoing debate surrounding the COVID-19 vaccines. Many have argued that the vaccines should not be considered true vaccines because they do not provide immunity to the virus. This ruling supports that argument and could have far-reaching consequences for vaccine mandates and public health policies.
The court’s decision also raises questions about the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccines. If they do not prevent transmission of the virus, then what is their purpose? The court’s ruling suggests that the vaccines are more akin to a medical treatment than a preventative measure.
This ruling is a significant victory for those who have been skeptical of the COVID-19 vaccines. It provides legal validation for their concerns and could lead to further scrutiny of the vaccines and their efficacy.
However, it is important to note that this ruling does not invalidate the use of the COVID-19 vaccines. It simply states that they do not meet the traditional definition of a vaccine. The vaccines are still considered safe and effective by the CDC and other health organizations.
The court’s decision is likely to be appealed, and the legal battle over the definition of a vaccine is far from over. However, this ruling is a significant development in the ongoing debate surrounding the COVID-19 vaccines and could have far-reaching consequences for public health policy.
In the meantime, it is important for individuals to continue to follow the advice of their healthcare providers and make informed decisions about their health. The COVID-19 vaccines are still considered safe and effective by the CDC and other health organizations, and they continue to play a crucial role in the fight against the pandemic.
As the legal battle over the definition of a vaccine continues, it is important for the public to stay informed and engaged in the debate. This ruling is a significant development, but it is only one piece of the puzzle. The debate over the COVID-19 vaccines is far from over, and it is important for individuals to continue to make informed decisions about their health.
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