Taking the Next Step Toward Mandatory Experimental Coronavirus Vaccine Shots for Younger Children, Pfizer and BioNTech Seek FDA Approval of Shots for Children Ages 5-11


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Children have virtually no risk of major sickness or death from coronavirus. And experimental coronavirus “vaccines” such as the one produced by the Pfizer and BioNTech do come with major known health risks of their own. Additional potential side effects of these companies’ and other companies’ shots remain unknown given the shots’ unusually rushed rollout.

Nevertheless, on Thursday, Pfizer and BioNTech sought approval from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for giving their experimental coronavirus vaccine, which is not even a vaccine under the normal meaning of the term, to children ages five through 11. (Approval is already in place for ages 12 and up.) With the Biden administration, from Joe Biden on down, pushing for everyone — including younger children as soon as legally allowed — to receive experimental coronavirus vaccine shots, there will be much pressure on people in the FDA to give an OK to Pfizer and BioNTech’s request.

Last week, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced that California would be the first state to mandate students in kindergarten through 12th grade take experimental coronavirus shots. The mandate is set to kick in for children in lower and lower age groups, all the way down to kindergartners, as FDA approval for shots drops down to lower ages of children.

Expect similar mandates to be imposed by other state governments and by school districts as well. Here is how I warned in a September 11 article how shots mandates for children would likely begin:
A move to require children to be given the experimental coronavirus vaccine shots should come as no surprise. Children across America have long been mandated to receive many vaccines on a prescribed timeline in accord with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) vaccine schedule or similar state vaccine schedules in order to attend school. And many of the mandates are difficult to avoid. In California, for example, the vaccine mandate applies even to children in private schools and only has a very limited exemption.
Anthony Fauci, the most amplified voice regarding coronavirus policy in the US government, has made much the same case for the mandating children receive experimental coronavirus vaccine shots. Peter Aitken relates at Yahoo News comments Fauci made on Sunday in regard to the matter:
‘I have been and I still am in favor of these kinds of mandates,’ Fauci said on ABC’s ‘This Week.’ ‘You can make some exceptions to them, but in general, people look at this like this is something novel and new when … we have made it a requirement for children to get into schools to get different types of vaccines.’

‘To be vaccinated with certain vaccines is not something new,’ he stressed. ‘It’s been around for a very long time.’
Some parents with children in private school or homeschool are overly confident that their children will not be affected. The new California mandate applies to both government school students and private school students. Other states and school districts could impose similarly broad mandates. Can parents really trust that governments that over the last year and a half have let their tyrant flag fly shutting down businesses, mandating mask wearing, and imposing other unprecedented restrictions in the name of countering coronavirus will not also extend experimental coronavirus vaccine shot mandates to homeschool children? Further, even if private school and homeschool students can be spared from the mandate in some parts of America, they can be denied the opportunity to take part in many activities outside school and home that demand the presenting of vaccine passports as a prerequisite for participation.

* Originally published at the Ron Paul Institute

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