Thank God! New York Times (NYT) Carroll is going nuts for only 5% or so of US parents have fallen for the fraud of the COVID jab for their kids! Damn Right there is loss of trust! JAILING time Fauci!
by Paul Alexander
Carroll: 'But as of early August, around 5 % of eligible children under 5 had received the first dose of the vaccine series. Worse, the number of them being immunized has been decreasing.' AMEN!
This is sweet for US parents have caught on and are protecting their healthy kids from this fraud and they will see in time, that what they did was save the potent critical ‘innate immune system’ in children. This precious gift kids come with. They have bought time for the innate antibodies in their COVID unvaccinated children to bind to live virus and thus in turn educate and train and instruct the innate immune system, especially the natural killer cells (NK cells) in their role of ensuring the innate immune system of children and young persons can recognize ‘self’ from ‘non-self’. This will ensure these unvaccinated kids do not die of auto immune disease etc. This is a huge victory and all these malfeasants like Fauci and Walensky and Francis Collins and Bourla etc. know this is a fraud and about money and getting kids on the booster treadmill.
Aaron E. Carroll writes:
You would think that vaccination sites would have been swamped with parents rushing to vaccinate their young children against Covid after the Food and Drug Administration authorized the vaccines for the under-5 age group in June. But as of early August, around 5 percent of eligible children under 5 had received the first dose of the vaccine series. Worse, the number of them being immunized has been decreasing.
What does it say, then, that most parents have not vaccinated their children against Covid? Even if, as the data would suggest, they’ve vaccinated themselves at much higher rates?
I fear that it’s indicative of Americans’ loss of trust in the public health system of the United States. Much of that is because of misinformation and disinformation spread about the safety and efficacy of vaccinations. But some of it is the result of inconsistent and often suboptimal science communication by public health experts.