Wednesday, April 12, 2023

The CDC Keeps Pushing COVID Boosters On Kids Despite Real Health Risks; Texas Senate Passes Bill to Prevent COVID Restrictions, and other C-Virus related stories

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The CDC keeps pushing COVID boosters on kids despite real health risks:
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Dr. Anthony Fauci keep pushing hard for all healthy children to have four doses of the COVID vaccine despite the lack of clinical outcomes data to support the recommendation.
If public-health officials get their way, every healthy 12-year-old girl in America will get 70 COVID-vaccine doses in her average lifespan, with a risk of heart damage (myocarditis) after each shot.
Instead of following the science, US officials continue to propagate old myths that vaccines prevent transmission and that myocarditis is more common after COVID than after the vaccine — not true.
Myocarditis is four to 28 times more common after the vaccine in a cohort of young males, a recent JAMA Cardiology study found.
In a University of Basel study, asymptomatic heart damage occurred in 2.8% of people after the COVID booster as measured by a Troponin test.
You may have missed these studies because we now know Big Tech was censoring any “vaccine-hesitant content,” even medical research.
It’s unethical to expose children to the risk of vaccine-induced myocarditis when nearly all children have already had COVID.
Children have circulating antibodies that neutralize the virus, but they are antibodies the government does not recognize. --->READ MORE HERE
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Texas Senate passes bill to prevent COVID restrictionsl
Texas senators passed a bill Monday that prevents local governing bodies from adopting coronavirus prevention measures.
Senate Bill 29 prohibits them from implementing or enforcing mask requirements, vaccine mandates or business or school closures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
It was authored by state Sen. Brian Birdwell, R-Granbury, and co-authored by 18 other senators of both parties.
“(Three years) after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, cities across the nation continue to impose a hodgepodge of restrictive COVID-19 mandates. I’m glad to have passed out of the Senate the first step in codifying (Gov. Greg Abbott’s) executive orders to stop patchwork COVID-19 mandates upon Texans,” Birdwell said in a Tweet.
Birdwell also previously stated that SB 29 only applies to COVID-19 restrictions and variants, and would not apply to a different virus outbreak. --->READ MORE HERE
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