Boosters For Kids Ages 5 to 11 Recommended
Amid rising reports of vaccine-related deaths in young people
Yesterday, Thursday, May 19th, the CDC’s panel of “independent” experts recommended that children ages 5 to 11 get a third dose of the Pfizer vaccine to protect them against COVID-19.
The idea is for children to get a “booster” at least five months after they’ve had their first two doses.
The justification for this recommendation is that cases of COVID-19 are on the rise across the country and the vaccine-induced immunity wanes after five months.
Does this make logical sense to you?
At least 221 million Americans, some 67 percent of the population, have been vaccinated. Yet COVID-19 cases are rising.
And even the most mainstream accept-and-repeat-the-narrative experts are now saying that COVID-19 vaccines only provide protection for five months.
But instead of recognizing that this for-profit untested medical intervention has failed to stop COVID from spreading, our government officials want us to get more vaccines and give more vaccines to our children.
They don’t work! So do more of them!
In other words, if at first you fail, fail and fail again!
Oops. I forgot. From the point of view of financial gain, the vaccines have been a stunning success for the elite.
According to Forbes, the world has gained a new billionaire every 17 hours during the pandemic.
Pfizer alone made almost $37 billion last year and is projected to make on the order of $102 billion in 2022.
If these vaccines were benign, I guess it wouldn’t really be a big deal that our government officials are recommending we do more, more, more.
After all, why begrudge those billionaires their golf courses, private jets, trips to outer space, remote islands, super yachts, Monet paintings, and 8,000-square foot houses?
They’ve worked hard! They deserve them!
But at the same time that the Seedy C is now urging a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine for children in America, stories about vaccine-induced deaths are pouring in from around the world.
Here are just a few examples.
Vaccine-Induced Deaths in Young People
On May 13, Japan's health ministry reported that an 11-year-old girl died of cardiac arrest after receiving coronavirus vaccines on April 7 and April 28.
Jack Hurn, 26, experienced catastrophic blood clots in his brain and died two weeks after getting the AstraZeneca vaccine in Redditch, England. He’d just brought his girlfriend home to meet the family and was secretly planning to ask her to marry him, according to the local paper. Jack had his whole life ahead of him. Now he’s dead.
Dawn Wooldridge, 36, a mom of two, died 11 days after taking her first Pfizer vaccine, on June 15, also in England. She left behind a 5-year-old son and 2-year-old daughter. The pathologist that reviewed her autopsy and other medical records recently concluded that the cause of death was the Pfizer vaccine.
Jessica Berg Wilson, 37, a mom of two in Seattle, Washington, died from “COVID-19 vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia,” according to her obituary.
Lauren Morgan Tweedale, 47, of Portland, Oregon, died 8 days after the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine, as I recently reported for The Epoch Times.
Two Japanese men in their 30s died after taking the Moderna vaccine last August. In response, Japan suspended those lots.
Then there’s the story of 9-month-old Eleanor, who drowned in three inches of bathwater after her mother passed out the day after receiving the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine. The mom, Lawyer Louise Atkinson, was giving Ellie a bath. Her husband came home to find his baby dead in the bathtub and his wife unresponsive.
How likely is it that you will die or be harmed by a COVID vaccine? We don’t really know. But most news sources that report on these deaths insist they are “rare.” It’s almost as if the reporters are required to follow a script. But as of May 6, 27,968 deaths have been associated with the vaccines. That number will be updated later on today.
Swine Flu Vaccine Program Ended After 300 Claims Filed
In 1976, 60 Minutes reported on neurological damage—Guillain-Barre—caused by the swine flu vaccine. According to the report, 300 Americans filed claims against the government on behalf of loved ones who died or were injured after getting that vaccine.
Instead of dismissing or ignoring these catastrophic side effects, the world paid attention. People, including government officials, quickly realized that the suffering caused by the vaccine, however “rare,” was more dangerous than the swine flu itself.
So, in December of 1976, the swine flu vaccine program was halted, after only some 20 percent of Americans were vaccinated against it, according to the BBC.
You tell me. When a vaccine doesn’t work and causes severe side effects, especially in young people, should we:
A) Give more of it
B) Find other, safer ways to combat the disease