How the government and Chinese flu vaccine pushers plan to escape responsibility for the deadly jab.
On Wednesday, the CDC unanimously voted to recommend adding COVID vaccinations to the national children’s immunization schedule.
“The immunization schedule is the ‘gold standard’ meant to help clinicians determine which vaccines they should recommend and when,” according to Dr. Julie Morita, executive vice president of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
In completely unrelated news Pfizer is set to quadruple the price of the vaccines they produce.
Even after millions of dozens had to be trashed in the US and Europe due to a lack of demand.
Now, why would a company make a decision to quadruple the price of their product if based on previous-quarter sales they’re not going to be able to sell much of it anymore?
I’m going to go with “they might have found a way to generate demand.” Reliable demand, not the “we’re going to change the packaging and see if they bite.”
Now, how can one generate more demand?
The decision comes from CDC’s advisory committee (ACIP).
ACIP’s fifteen members are, like the rest of our medical overseer apparatus, not elected or even particularly chosen for their merit in treating patients.
Dr. Fauci, for example, has never treated a patient. He’s as much of a doctor as Jesse Jackson’s a reverend.
The 15 members of ACIP are cut from the same cloth. They are chosen by the secretary of the US Department of Health and Human Services, Xavier Becerra. Who by the way is no doctor and couldn’t play one on TV. He’s a hack politician from California.
Those ACIP members are chosen and can be discharged at any point if their behavior displeases Mr. Becerra.
How far would you trust a mechanic doing the pre-purchase check on a car you want after finding out he’s paid by the dealership selling that car?
Children do not get affected by the Chinese flu. When you’re seeing the stats they’re “creatively adjusted.”
A child who goes into a hospital for any reason is tested for COVID-19. Almost none of them show symptoms. Almost all of them are designated COVID-19 positive after tests. They’re the mysterious “asymptomatic” COVID-19.
From that point, they’re treated as COVID-19 patients (the $ 44,000 a hospital gets per COVID-19 patient doesn’t hurt).
The symptoms they went into the hospital for are listed as consequences of COVID-19.
Remember the old joke about a guy who broke his neck and died from COVID?
The number of COVID-19 cases in children is overcounted by at least 50 percent.
The death rate in under-20s has been shown to be 0.0003%. In under fives – much, much lower.
On the other hand, the effect of COVID-19 ‘vaccines” on children is pretty obvious.
1 out of 500.000 people under 18 is hospitalized from covid 19.
1 out of 500 is hospitalized after an injection from the “vaccine”.
1 in 200 has symptoms and damage lasting longer than 2 months (length of the study).
1,599% increase in deaths of children following an injection.
So why push it on our kids?
Well, reason one: see Pfizer’s inventing marketing approach up above.
Reason two is a touch more complicated.
You can’t sue anyone after injuries caused by an Emergency Authorization-approved vaccine.
Not the manufacturer. Not the hospital. Not the talking head that sold you on it.
The CARES and PREP Act insure that.
Now, an FDA-approved vaccine, sure. You’re welcome to sue everyone.
Pfizer, Moderna, and such have written in clauses in their contracts guaranteeing them that they can’t be touched.
But the doctors that lied to you (yes they knew, no, they didn’t give a damn), hospitals that got paid for putting you on remdesvir protocol and ventilators with an 87 percent death rate, the politicians that misled you, the pharmacies, the individuals that patented the products… the list is long. Those SOB’s you can take to the bank. If you’ll find a court that’ll take your case.
Nothing says “Trust the science” like the “You can’t sue us” clause.
But there is a caveat here. A tiny little door for the scumbags to weasel through.
If a vaccine or treatment is recommended for use on children it automatically gets the same liability protection as it had when it was under emergency authorization.
Are things a little clearer now?