There is no scientific evidence that the COVID vaccine work to protect children against hospitalization or death from COVID-19. Yet the federal health agencies are recommending it for babies as young as six months.
In the recent hearing, where a quadrupled-vaxxed Dr. Fauci testified via live video because he had just tested positive for COVID-19 and needed to socially distance himself, Senator Rand Paul took on the vaccine-pusher and demanded scientific evidence showing that the COVID booster jabs offer young children protection. As it happened, Fauci had none to offer and admitted it.
In April, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published a study claiming to have found that 87 percent of children aged 5 – 11 years hospitalized with COVID during the “Omicron surge period” in United States were unvaccinated. But a closer look at the study reveals that the agency admitted lack of confidence in its own study. The study admitted that it counted partially vaccinated children (those who had one COVID shot) as unvaccinated. It also admitted being not sure whether the hospitalization of the children was due to COVID or some other health problem.
Of the five limitations (weaknesses) listed in the study, the fourth one states:
Fourth, primary reason for admission was not always clear, and medical charts might not completely capture underlying conditions, potentially resulting in misclassification.
The study in question has also serious financial links to COVID vaccine manufacturers like Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson.
But with no evidence to back claims of vaccine effectiveness in children and despite the potential to seriously harm children with the shots, the CDC went on to approve both Pfizer and Moderna COVID jabs on June 18, 2022, for children ages 6 months to 5 years. Corporate media was mobilized to call it an achievement and most states readily caved to the medical establishment led by the CDC.
The one exception is Florida. Thanks to its daring conservative governor Ron DeSantis, the government of Florida refused to pre-order COVID jabs for children 6 month to 5 years of age. The corporate media, as one would expect, bashed DeSantis for defying the medical establishment and called him out for “anti-scientific repudiation of vaccines.” The corporate media’s leading grievance of the day about Florida is that it remains the only state to refuse to pre-order COVID shots for infants and preschoolers.
The effectiveness and safety of COVID shots remain subject to question as health agencies like CDC, FDA, and NIH have repeatedly shown inconsistencies and contradictions in their narrative as well as having financial stakes in the COVID-19 vaccination business.
Interestingly, when Biden was recently asked about the funds he needed for buying vaccines for children, he digressed in answering and said, “We do need more money to fan for the second pandemic.” It was not clear what Biden meant by “fan for the second pandemic” (seemingly he meant to say “plan” and due to his issues with pronunciation, he uttered “fan”) but the fact of him repeating there’s goanna be another pandemic has filled the air with a suspicious stench.