6 month old children in Covid vaccine trials, Experimenting on children is what Dr. Josef Mengele did in Nazi Germany, “protecting those around those children” who have been vaccinated???
“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.”…Joseph Goebbels
“More than 6,000 healthy children in the U.S. and Canada will be enrolled in the Moderna Covid-19 Vaccine Study for which the benefits to society are nil and the risks unknown.”...Citizen Wells
“it is my sincere hope that this public letter might stimulate FDA, Pfizer and Moderna leaders to think critically and quickly about the immunological danger the COVID-19 vaccine might pose to those persons naturally infected by SARS-CoV-2 — most especially to those infected who are recently convalescent, asymptomatic carriers, the elderly and frail or those with significant cardiovascular risk factors.”...Dr. Hooman Noorchashm
We all say stupid things.
But the following argument for injecting babies with an experimental vaccine…
Did Nazi Germany’s Dr. Josef Mengele use the same excuse?
“We’re also going to be protecting those around those children, the teachers, the parents at home, the grandparents,” he said. “So that’s the unspoken benefit of this study.”
If those around them are being vaccinated, why do the babies need to be???
Their odds of dying from it are microscopic.
From ABC News.
“Children as young as 6 months old now in COVID-19 vaccine trials”
“As nearly 140 million American adults have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and we inch closer to herd immunity, vaccine makers Pfizer and Moderna have moved on to the next phase of the fight against the virus: studying to see if the vaccine will be safe and effective for children.”
“Today, kids as young as 6 months old are taking part in trials for both companies’ vaccines with their parent’s consent. Dr. Zinaida Good, a research fellow at the Stanford cancer center, enrolled both her sons in Stanford Hospital’s Pfizer trial.
“We thought participating is a really good way to protect our kids,” she said. “So far, because this vaccine has been tested in a lot of teenagers and so many adults and it was shown [to be] very safe, we felt pretty comfortable to participate.”
Her son Soren is one of the youngest in Stanford Hospital’s Pfizer trial at only 7 months old. He received his first shot last week. Good says he’s doing well.”
““We’re also going to be protecting those around those children, the teachers, the parents at home, the grandparents,” he said. “So that’s the unspoken benefit of this study.””
Protect the children.