It’s All About Securing Indemnification
So I’m guessing everyone is wondering why the FDA voted unanimously to give not one — but THREE shots of the C@ViD to the youngest of children when there’s N emergency.
It is IMPERATIVE they have this approval.
R. obert K. ennedy Jr. tells us why: pic.twitter.com/denjlTchMF
— NEWSNANCY (@NewsNancy9) June 15, 2022
The stark truth we now face is that the FDA and CDC are no longer in the business of protecting public health. They are securing profits for the drug industry, and getting EUA for infants and young children is a crucial step toward securing permanent legal indemnity for the drug makers.
As explained by Robert F. Kennedy Jr., in the short video clip above, they need this last remaining age group to be included under the EUA, because once the emergency is finally declared “over,” the next phase of liability shielding requires that the shots receive approval by the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP).
This is the group that decides which vaccines are to be added to the childhood vaccination schedule. Once the vaccine is on the childhood vaccination schedule, the vaccine makers are permanently shielded from liability for injuries and deaths that occur in any age group, including adults.
You can learn more about this indemnification process in “The Real Reason They Want to Give COVID Jabs to Kids,” which features my interview with Alix Mayer, board president of the Children’s Health Defense’s California chapter.
So, the reason the FDA and CDC are acting so irrationally and ignoring safety signals is because they are not working to protect you. They’re working for the drug industry, and they’ve just sold out our children.
The end goal is to give drug companies permanent immunity against liability for injury and death from the COVID shots in all age groups, and to get there, they first need the EUA to cover all children.
After that, the ACIP approval becomes more or less a matter of rubber stamping. This is what they’ve become, and I see no future in which these two agencies survive. All we need is enough people to understand what they’ve done, and that day is coming.
Sources and References
1, 4, 5, 11 WSJ July 4, 2022
2 FDA June 17, 2022
3, 12, 14, 16, 18 Tablet July 5, 2022
6 CDC Provisional COVID-19 Death Counts
7 Medpage Today September 15, 2020
8 Science Based Medicine November 5, 2021
9 NBC September 15, 2020
10 CDC COVID-19 Epidemiology in Children Ages 6 Months-4 Years
13 KFF May 4, 2022
15 Hart Poll January 2022
17 OpenVAERS Reports through July 1, 2022
19 Twitter Technical Judicial June 28, 2022
20 Endpoints May 9, 2022
21 Rumble June 17, 2022