The CDC announced a meeting of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) will be held tomorrow, October 19, 2022, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and again on October 20, 2022, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. This meeting is open to the public, will be broadcast on the internet, and will include public comment.
The intention of this meeting is to add experimental covid shots to the childhood immunization schedule, something which should send chills down your spine.
Right now, under Emergency Use Authorization, the makers of covid vaccines are absolved of any liability in the event that someone gets injured as a result of covid vaccination under both the Prep Act and the Cares Act. This liability protection will remain so long as there is still an “emergency” in place. And, of course, the Biden administration just extended the emergency for another 3 months, providing a window for CDC to stuff covid vaccines onto the required childhood schedule.
Once that happens, the vaccine manufacturers will be absolved of all liability for covid vaccines.
Unfortunately, covid vaccines are the most dangerous vaccines in history. The dangers can be easily observed in Steve Kirsch's presentation from the Frontline Covid Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) conference last weekend, as well as in CDC’s VAERS data.
These vaccines have already killed 160 children between the ages of 6 months and 17 (including two teens in Connecticut), injured 56,818 children, and permanently disabled 526 children. A total of 5,245 children had to visit the emergency room, 4,478 children have been hospitalized, and 674 had life-threatening injuries as a result of covid vaccination. Unfortunately, 10,034 children have not yet recovered from covid vaccines injuries.
What kind of injuries are children suffering as a result of covid vaccination?
Well, myocarditis is the most common serious injury, with 1,959 recorded cases so far. A total of 1,650 children have experienced severe allergic reactions, 266 developed encephalitis, 254 developed thrombocytopenia, 229 developed Bell’s palsy, 116 developed appendicitis, 103 developed Guillain Barre, 91 developed diabetes, and 44 children suffered from a brain hemorrhage and/or aneurysm.
Making matters worse, Connecticut lost the religious exemption to childhood vaccination, and medical exemptions to vaccination are hard to come by, especially in light of the fear of repercussions faced by doctors who write medical exemptions.
How can CDC consider adding such a dangerous and deadly vaccine to the required childhood schedule? Are we about to find out how much influence Big Pharma really has over the CDC? And will the strategy of embedding people from a Big Pharma public relations firm in CDC’s vaccine committee pay off and help secure ACIP approval for covid vaccines despite the known dangers?
P.S. It’s not too late to offer your written comments to ACIP about putting covid vaccines on the childhood schedule — comments are due by October 20, 2022. Please take 10 minutes today or tomorrow to offer your comments. Thank you.