Dr. Michelle Perro challenge to physicians: “It is not just a moral obligation. It’s about our oath as physicians. More pediatricians need to speak out.”, “Yes, you can be fearful, but still show the courage to speak out”
“it is universally known that children virtually never die from COVID-19 and given that children have a very strong immune system, they are more likely than adults to have an over-reaction to the shot.”… Dr. Steven Roth
“Because COVID vaccines use experimental technology that may pose serious side effects such as blood clots, Yeadon said, “we should absolutely not be offering them to young, healthy people who are not at risk from the virus.””..Dr. Mike Yeadon, former vice president of Pfizer
“Children do not need the vaccine”, “Children are much more likely to be harmed than helped by the vaccine”… NC Physicians for Freedom
From The Defender.
“Dr. Michelle Perro to Fellow Pediatricians: ‘Rise Up, Take a Stance’ Against COVID Vaccines for Kids
In The Defender’s “Leading the Charge for Change” interview series, Dr. Michelle Perro explains why she advises parents not to give their kids the COVID vaccine and encourages other physicians to speak out against the vaccines.”
“Pediatricians must ‘rise up’ to the oath they’ve taken
With data showing children have an extremely low risk of complications from the COVID virus, and her own clinical experience, Perro openly discusses what pediatricians see, but rarely speak about.
“Young children are at no great risk and do not give COVID to adults,” she said. “So the idea that we inoculate children to stop spreading the disease in adults is wrong and immoral. And it’s well-known these inoculations do nothing to stop transmission.”
Perro is not afraid to speak out about the failure of the vaccines. She said:
“We have people getting their third and fourth boosters, and variants are still ripping through communities. Mostly, those who are transmitting the virus are the vaccinated. Although this is verifiable and quite shocking, most doctors are rolling along with it. There is pressure from all areas, including medical boards to conform. Here in California, doctors are living in a climate of fear from retribution if they voice their concerns.
“It is not just a moral obligation. It’s about our oath as physicians. More pediatricians need to speak out.”
She is very clear on why her colleagues should be more vocal. “I feel that if I know something and I don’t speak out, I am complicit and part of the problem,” Perro said. “How could I look at myself in the mirror? How could I live with myself — why am I a pediatrician?”
Perro told The Defender it’s okay for physicians to be fearful — that fear can accompany altruism.
“Yes, you can be fearful, but still show the courage to speak out on behalf of the vulnerable — those who we’ve been entrusted to care for,” Perro explained. “I say to those who know but are silent, rise up to the oath that you’ve taken, allow your fear to march on with your courage — and take a stance.””