What I said was entirely correct. Mutations in a virus do occur when the vaccine is not 100% effective.
And you are also correct in that mutations *also* occur with transmission. There isn't one reason.
Once again, this is why Isreal has the highest hospitalization rates even though they are all vaccinated.
But where you are incorrect is that we now know for a fact that this vaccine does not slow the transmission of this specific virus. There are even studies coming out that state the viral load is much greater in people with the vaccine. Also the vaccine's effectiveness wanes after about 6 months and after that you are considered "unvaccinated" once again (or at least in Canada you are). So your point is moot.
And I am not trying to argue facts with people over the internet, I am not against vaccines. I just want people to make their own choices.
Get vaccinated if you feel compromised or just for peace of mind. But do not go around telling everyone they have to because the reasons people are using is straight up nonsense.
Eat well, workout, take vitamins, live your life.