August 14, 2022

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Inform the FDA to Get Their #HandsOffOurChildren

This quick video is a poignant illustration of the kids who’ve been injured or killed by the mRNA jab. Some have died, whereas others live in power ache, with seizures, tics and an incapability to stroll or eat independently.

In line with information from the CDC1 there have been 1,086 deaths in youngsters aged beginning to 17 years from 2020 to June 2, 2022, involving COVID-19. This was 1.33% of deaths from all causes in the identical age group. In line with the American Academy of Pediatrics,2 the cumulative hospitalization price in youngsters by February 3, 2022, was 0.7% and the cumulative loss of life price was 0.01%.

Though any loss of life is tragic, it’s obvious from these numbers that COVID-19 has not affected the pediatric inhabitants to any nice extent. Research3 have additionally proven that almost all wholesome youngsters both have gentle signs or no signs. Signs in wholesome youngsters are like these of a chilly or flu-like sickness.

Taking this one step additional, a examine4 printed in July 2021 by the Division of Pediatrics at Duke College Faculty of Drugs discovered youngsters who had gentle or asymptomatic circumstances of COVID-19 additionally developed a sturdy antibody response.

The jab isn’t innocuous. In line with an evaluation by Steve Kirsch, an engineering graduate from MIT who’s himself doubled vaxxed with the Moderna shot,5 as of December 12, 2021, the jab had killed practically twice as many youngsters because the sickness.6

The FDA Has Declared Warfare on Youngsters

On this three-minute video Mary Holland, president and basic counsel of Youngsters’s Well being Protection, makes an impassioned plea to the general public and the U.S. Meals and Drug Administration to cease the battle towards our kids.7 With out sturdy proof to assist the assault, the FDA has begun a marketing campaign to make use of emergency use authorizations (EUAs) that may topic essentially the most weak in our inhabitants to pointless dangers from a genetic experiment.

The FDA scheduled 4 conferences of the Vaccines and Associated Organic Merchandise Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) to debate — and probably approve — EUAs that will cowl the inhabitants from cradle to grave in COVID pictures. The itinerary started June 7, 2022, and is scheduled to finish June 28, 2022.

The deliberate discussions embrace including the Novavax COVID shot for adults and amending Moderna’s EUA for the first sequence in youngsters and adolescents aged 6 by 17 and kids 6 months to five years. The conferences additionally embrace an modification to Pfizer’s major sequence to incorporate youngsters 4 months to 4 years.

Toby Rogers Ph.D.,8 has a grasp of public coverage diploma. He’s known as the June conferences a “blitzkrieg” designed to “create psychological shock and demoralizing chaos.”9

Youngsters’s Well being Protection10 mobilized a grassroots effort to tell the FDA and CDC officers, elected representatives and VRBPAC members that the general public desires them to reject proposals from Pfizer and Moderna, and requests that authorities companies comply with science to guard public well being. It’s attainable to make a distinction when customers are armed with actual information and take motion. The details Youngsters’s Well being Protection makes for customers embrace:11

There isn’t a COVID emergency for kids — Youngsters youthful than 18 with out comorbidities have a 99.995% restoration price and the CDC information present over 74% of all youngsters beginning to 17 years have sturdy pure immunity.

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mRNA pictures supply little safety — In 2020, regulators set a minimal commonplace effectiveness for EUA approval — vaccines should meet a threshold of fifty% effectiveness. Nonetheless, preliminary information present the jab was solely 44% efficient within the youngest youngsters and 37% efficient in youngsters as much as 5 years.

Along with failing the minimal commonplace, the effectiveness of the vaccine towards the Omicron variant dropped to 12% after seven weeks in youngsters 5 to 11 years.

Jab accidents in youngsters are catastrophic — The Defender factors out that as of Could 20, 2022, the Vaccine Opposed Occasion Reporting System (VAERS) recorded over 48,500 stories of adversarial occasions in youngsters. In 14 days, as of June 3, 2022,12 this quantity jumped dramatically to a complete of 49,283 adversarial occasions.

This included 114 deaths, 457 youngsters who’re completely disabled and eight,811 who haven’t recovered from their vaccine damage. Vaccine accidents have included encephalitis, Bell’s palsy, new onset diabetes, aneurysms or cerebral hemorrhage and Guillain Barre or transverse myelitis leading to paralysis.

‘Future Framework’ Doubles Down on a Failed Technique

The ultimate assembly is scheduled for June 28, 2022. Its focus can be a proposed “Future Framework” for COVID-19 jabs.13 In line with The Defender, by June 1, 2022, over 500 million doses of the jab had been distributed and injected throughout a 17-month interval. Sadly, there was no discernible impression and much more individuals have died for the reason that pictures had been launched.

In line with CDC information,14 on the finish of 2020 there have been 385,666 individuals whose deaths had been recorded involving COVID-19. The jab was launched in December 2020. By the tip of 2021, the jab had been distributed for 12 months. Folks had additionally begun efficiently treating COVID at residence with quite a lot of protocols, together with these from Dr. Vladimir Zelenko15 or the Entrance Line COVID-19 Essential Care Alliance.16

Regardless of figuring out extra concerning the virus after 12 months and profitable at-home remedy protocols, 77,103 extra individuals died in 2021 than in 2020 for a complete of 462,769 deaths in 2021.17

The proposed Future Framework is a approach for pharmaceutical firms to make use of data captured by regulatory companies to get reformulated pictures permitted with out endeavor new scientific trials. The Defender calls this “doubling down on a failed technique.”18

In a slide presentation19 produced for the April 2022 VRBPAC assembly, the choice course of for the influenza vaccine pressure was reviewed and known as profitable. Nonetheless, as The Defender reported,20

“Lisa Grohskopf from the CDC’s Influenza Division stories that final yr the flu shot was someplace between 8% and 14% efficient (primarily based on information from seven websites that take part within the U.S. Flu Vaccine Effectiveness Community).”

These abysmal effectiveness percentages are what the FDA and CDC name success. The presentation goes on to establish a number of challenges to adapting the influenza mannequin to new COVID-19 vaccines.21 The reply to those issues seems to be the Future Framework.

Proposed adjustments would enable the regulatory course of to approve future COVID-19 pictures with out scientific trials, no matter how drastically the formulation adjustments. If the adjustments are carried out, they may solely want to satisfy the usual of being “biologically related.”22

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The assembly is scheduled for June 28, 2022, so there’s nonetheless time to inform the FDA to get their #HandsOffOurChildren by utilizing the Youngsters’s Well being Protection motion web page, the place you’ll be able to rapidly and simply ship emails to the FDA, VRBPAC committee, CDC officers and elected consultant.

FDA Reviewed Pfizer’s Take a look at Outcomes Based mostly on 10 Youngsters

The U.S. Meals and Drug Administration amended its EUA for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 shot to permit a booster dose for kids ages 5 to 11.23 The FDA’s “analysis of security” for the booster dose in younger youngsters was primarily based on a examine of solely about 400 youngsters, and though that quantity is exceedingly low, it’s far higher than the ten youngsters within the take a look at for kids 6 months to five years.24

In a press launch, Pfizer introduced the EUA they had been in search of from the FDA for kids 6 months to beneath 5 years is “primarily based on 10 symptomatic COVID-19 circumstances recognized from seven days after the third dose and accrued as of April 29, 2022.”25

The examine included 1,678 youngsters who obtained three doses of the formulation. Nonetheless, the 80.3% efficacy that Pfizer introduced relies on simply 10 circumstances. The quantity is so low that even outspoken vaccine advocate Dr. Paul Offit expressed dismay, saying:26

“I imply, 10 youngsters — you’re speaking about 10 youngsters. It’s a small quantity, so it’s actually exhausting to remark o[n] this as one thing extra basic because you don’t know as a result of the numbers are so small.”

The trial reportedly evaluated “the protection, tolerability and immunogenicity of three doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine.”27 This declare of 80.3% effectiveness in youngsters got here on the heels of information launched by the New York state Division of Well being examine28 that confirmed efficacy in youngsters ages 5 to 11 years fell to 12% in two months after vaccination.

These information are in step with a report29 from Britain that confirmed effectiveness towards symptomatic an infection dropped 22.6% after two months in adolescents aged 16 to 17 years. Within the press launch, Pfizer wrote the shot was “well-tolerated amongst 1,678 youngsters beneath 5 years of age with a security profile much like placebo.”30

Nonetheless, in response to the American Academy of Pediatrics,31 as of June 8, 2022, 36% of 5- to 11-year-olds had obtained no less than one dose and 29% had obtained two doses and, in response to VAERS, there have been 11,773 complete stories of adversarial occasions in youngsters 5 to 11 years by June 3, 2022.

If you happen to extrapolate the adversarial occasion numbers utilizing 36% of the pediatric inhabitants that obtained no less than one dose, there can be 32,702 adversarial occasions reported in youngsters aged 5 to 11 if 100% got the shot.

It appears extremely unlikely, primarily based on the variety of adversarial occasions in youngsters reported to VAERS after no less than one injection, that pictures in youngsters aged 6 months to beneath 5 years would have resulted in solely “gentle or reasonable”32 occasions, or that the shot might have “a security profile much like placebo.”

Youngsters’s Vaccine Approval Essential to Shield Huge Pharma

Obtain Interview Transcript

It’s essential to know what’s driving the push behind getting youngsters vaccinated when there seems to be no scientific motive to do it. On this interview with Alix Mayer, we focus on the nefarious the explanation why youngsters are being aggressively focused. Regardless that VAERS33 has proven many vaccines have a questionable security profile, information collected from 2021 and 2022 exhibit the COVID jab presents a extra critical danger than all of the earlier vaccines mixed.

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Lack of transparency has been a power situation throughout the business, however the present challenges with the COVID pictures have highlighted the problem. The jabs had been launched beneath EUA to provide the pharmaceutical firms authorized immunity towards legal responsibility for vaccine damage.34

As Mayer factors out within the interview, what you could not understand is that though the FDA appeared to approve and license BioNTech’s Comirnaty,35 the shot remains to be administered beneath the EUA.

One important motive is that when the product is absolutely licensed, the corporate is chargeable for accidents.36 For a vaccine and the producer to have immunity that’s not administered beneath an EUA, it have to be positioned on the childhood vaccination schedule.37,38 This enables state governments to mandate the shot (the federal authorities solely makes suggestions; states situation the mandates). Mayer notes:39

“That is the holy grail for those who’re a vaccine producer of a COVID vaccine proper now. You need it to be absolutely licensed, however not advertise till you get it on the kids’s schedule.”

Will Pediatricians Refuse Care if Mother and father Refuse the Jab?

Parental issues over vaccinations usually are not a brand new situation. A examine40 printed in 2005 discovered “many” pediatricians mentioned they might discontinue care if a household refused vaccination. One other examine41,42 printed in 2020 surveyed U.S. pediatricians and located 51% mentioned they might dismiss a household in the event that they refused vaccinations.

Medical commerce associations and a number of other states have additionally stepped in to drag parental rights out from beneath households who wish to train knowledgeable consent on behalf of their youngsters.

In 2020,43,44 the District of Columbia handed a permitting minors as younger as 11 to consent to a federally-recommendation vaccination with out their dad and mom’ consent or information. Since then,45 Alabama, Oregon, South Carolina, North Carolina and Rhode Island have handed laws particularly for the COVID pictures. The legal guidelines enable medical doctors to influence youngsters from 14 to 16 years to take the jab with out telling their dad and mom.

In Could 2022, California, which already has a legislation allowing minors as younger as 12 to get an HPV or hepatitis B vaccination with out their dad and mom’ information consent, filed a invoice including the COVID shot to it.46

17,000 Docs and Scientists Warn Mother and father

In his interview with podcaster Joe Rogan,47 Dr. Robert Malone offers a historic perspective on the credentials that make him uniquely certified to know and converse concerning the mRNA know-how used within the present COVID-19 genetic jabs.

Rogan’s podcast is hosted completely on Spotify48 however you’ll be able to see this explicit one and skim the transcript on the web site of Texas Congressman Troy Nehls’, R-Texas, with out downloading the Spotify app.49

Malone is the first inventor of the mRNA gene switch know-how that underpins the jab. The very nature of the know-how used to create the jab transfers genetic materials from the shot into your cells, creating genetic remedy.

The data Malone shared throughout the three-hour interview was so damaging to the COVID narrative that Google manipulated the search outcomes50 and simply days earlier than the interview Twitter banned Malone.51

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