On Feb. 15, members of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee — each and every one of them riddled with conflicts of interest — will decide whether to authorize the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID shot for infants and toddlers.
A “yes” vote — which media propagandists are positioning as a foregone conclusion — would permit use of the jab in children 6 months through 4 years of age on an “emergency” basis — despite the demonstrable absence of any COVID emergency whatsoever in children, and conversely, considerable potential for both short- and long-term vaccine-related harm.
Political economist Toby Rogers, Ph.D. described Pfizer’s and FDA’s zeal to jab the very youngest as a plan to “shoot up kids first, get the data later” — a crime against humanity that would violate the Nuremberg Code’s prohibitions against illegal medical experiments.
When there is so patently no health rationale for giving children under 5 — or, for that matter, children of any age — the inordinately risky shots, why are government agencies trying to steamroll this next authorization?
One explanation, not made explicit by public health authorities but outed by Rogers and others, is that doing so would lay the groundwork for subsequently folding COVID shots into the childhood vaccine schedule — thereby ensuring “liability protection forever.”