Dr. McCullough issues dire warning about COVID shots for children
(NaturalHealth365) Is the COVID shot necessary for kids? We know most people in nearly every age group are very unlikely to suffer serious, life-threatening complications from a SARS-CoV-2 infection. We also know that children are especially considered at low risk. Finally, we also know that these shots do NOT stop transmission of the virus … so the argument that by vaxxing our kids, we’re protecting our “herd” has only become weaker and weaker throughout the pandemic. Deciding to vax (or not to vax) seems to have finally arrived at the point that medical freedom advocates have been championing all along: it’s a personal health decision, not a public health one.
Of course, if parents want to expose their kids to the known and unknown risks of COVID gene jabs, one can easily argue that it is their parental right to do so. But one well-known medical expert says that these shots simply are NOT medically necessary for kids and that the true safety and efficacy of these shots are not as clear cut as the propagandist machines would like parents to believe.
“We don’t have any assurances that these are going to be safe over the short or even longer term,” McCullough says about COVID shots for kids
On October 20, 2022, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention‘s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) unanimously voted to add the COVID shots to the recommended childhood vax schedule – a stunning move that was called “an act of child abuse on a massive scale” by Children’s Health Defense founder Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. In addition, Dr. Peter McCullough says that based on the data, he’s worried this decision from the CDC group “is off the rails.”
Dr. McCullough is an internationally recognized physician with degrees in medicine and public health and is recognized as a leading expert on cardiology and its relationship to chronic kidney disease, with more than 1,000 publications and 500 citations in the National Library of Medicine. He is also the recipient of the Simon Dack Award from the American College of Cardiology and the International Vicenza Award in Critical Care Nephrology, awarded for his scholarship and research. In addition to his clinical and research roles as an internist, cardiologist, and epidemiologist, Dr. McCullough is also considered a “leading expert on COVID-19 treatment,” according to Children’s Health Defense.
In an interview with NTD News, Dr. McCullough says that he’s seen patients with COVID-19 throughout the pandemic, and part of his clinical work has included “giving advice on younger children.”
“The [COVID-19] disease is characteristically mild and is easily treated,” he says, corroborating reams of research, “and so the vaccines are not medically necessary, they’re not clinically indicated.” He adds that as a cardiologist, he has major concerns about the unknown impact of myocarditis (heart inflammation) on child recipients of these drugs, noting that “we don’t have any assurances that these are going to be safe over the short or even longer term.”
Research does not support CDC’s move to push COVID shots on kids, McCullough says
McCullough is not relying on his clinical and medical expertise alone in his warning against COVID shots for kids. He mentions several evidence-based reasons why he’s against putting these drugs into the arms of our nation’s youngsters:
- These shots have increasingly waning efficacy against new variants
- Evidence – such as one August 2022 paper published by a group of Thai researchers – has shown a rate of at least 2.3% heart damage among kids aged 13-18 following the Pfizer shot
- We have virtually NO data on the long-term safety and impact of multiple COVID shots for kids (or any age group, for that matter), which is pertinent because we now have officials outright admitting that they expect people to roll up their sleeves (or their children’s sleeves) for a COVID “booster” every single year from now on (plus, as McCullough has pointed out, these new “booster” shots currently on the market haven’t even been tested in humans at all, and that they failed in animal models)
- Meanwhile, McCullough says there is no evidence to support the claim that the shots protect against severe disease among kids less than 5 years old, noting that the trials studying this population weren’t conducted with enough power to accurately measure this efficacy
Overall, McCullough is one of several leading healthcare providers to remind us that these injections as experimental, with the entire world population now the unwitting clinical trial participants.
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