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What the CDC’s Addition of the COVID Shots to the Child Vaccine Schedule Really Means

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The CDC me this week and voted to add the experimental, emergency-use mRNA COVID shots to the regular childhood vaccine schedule. There’s a lot of speculation about just what this move will mean. Some are worried that it will lead to public schools in some states mandating COVID shots for attendance, and that’s a valid concern. But the real reason why they’re about to do this is probably far more sinister.

Every state mandates some shots for children in order to attend public school. Many state agencies are just plain lazy, so their base their shot schedule on whatever the CDC recommends. So, yes, some states will automatically start requiring a shot that children absolutely don’t need for school attendance, since COVID poses no danger at all to them. Seriously, have you heard of even one healthy child who died from COVID in the past two years?

One bit of good news is that the 400+ public comments on Regulations.gov are almost universally opposed to COVID shots being added to the vaccine schedule. Many of those commenting are doctors and nurses. Here’s what Dr. Sheila Furey, who has been a practicing physician for 25 years, stated:

“I am seeing Covid vaccine injured patients every day in my practice. New onset hypertension, stroke, neurologic injury, autoimmune disease, miscarriage, dysfunctional uterine bleeding and cancer. I have never seen this rate of disease. The patients were all medically stable prior to their Covid shots … Please stop the Covid shots and do not expose our children to these genetic experiments.”

 

The CDC’s vote to add the shot to the childhood vaccine schedule has already sparked pushback. Less than 2% of children in the age 0 to 5 group have been vaccinated. Only 4% of Americans rushed out to get the third booster shot, because almost everyone is on to the scam now – even if they won’t say so publicly. A lot of states will end up not mandating the shot for kids because of the pushback – as is their right – because parents will be speaking out against it.

So, why is the CDC doing this if it’s likely to be a huge embarrassment when parents all threaten to take their kids out of public schools?

That’s simple. To protect Pfizer and Moderna.

The shots are still under Emergency Use Authorization. One of the benefits of the EUA for Big Pharma is that they cannot be sued under normal liability laws. The federal government through the CDC granted authorization because of an emergency, so the companies that stepped up an “helped” by developing the shots can’t be sued.

Joe Biden just extended the COVID emergency again. That keeps the product liability in place for Pfizer and Moderna, even though most Americans are now either vaccinated or have natural immunity after catching COVID. Joe Biden himself stated, “The pandemic is over.” He’s extending the emergency because Pfizer and Moderna would immediately be facing class-action lawsuits with hundreds of millions of vaccine-injured Americans or families of people who died from the shots.

If the emergency is lifted, Pfizer and Moderna have to sell the shots. Right now, the shots are “free” because taxpayers are footing the bill. If Pfizer and Moderna sell it to you – they are liable if the product then harms you. That’s how our liability laws work.

But now that the shot is added to the regular childhood vaccine schedule, Pfizer and Moderna get to keep their liability protection, even if they sell the shots to adults. Sound crazy? Unfortunately, that’s how our drug regulations work. And that’s why the CDC voted to add the COVID shots to the childhood vaccination schedule.


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