1. We know TikTok is Chinese, but is Twitter?
A medical school professor at Johns Hopkins University said there is not a “compelling” case at the moment to vaccinate healthy children.
“In reviewing the medical literature and news reports, and in talking to pediatricians across the country, I am not aware of a single healthy child in the U.S. who has died of COVID-19 to date,” Marty Makary wrote in a recent essay at MedPage Today. He is the editor-in-chief of the medical news publication.
“I would not recommend a two-dose vaccine regimen for a healthy child ages 0 to 12 years until we have more data,” Makary said. Though it “may make sense” for teenagers.
The medical doctor and a team of Johns Hopkins researchers conducted a study and found “100% of pediatric COVID-19 deaths were in children with a pre-existing condition, solidifying the case to vaccinate any child with a comorbidity.”
He said there is a “extremely low chance of any benefit for healthy children.” He said that vaccines should instead be sent to poorer countries to use to vaccinate their vulnerable populations first.
3. Hopefully this meeting was recorded and will be published. I couldn’t get in.
Today and tomorrow! pic.twitter.com/EmjfH5iJNX
— @takeactioncanada.ca (@Takeactioncan) June 28, 2021
4. Now here is how you create confidence in your doctors
(In a democracy, it should be an easy win in court opposing mandatory injections of an experimental technology that has already killed 100X the number of the most lethal vaccine previously. So really, this mandatory Vaxx for care workers is actually a democracy test of sorts.)
5. Russia arrests many protestors against the Covid injections
Thank you Richard, M., Johnny U., Sassy, EB., ET., Johnny U., and many more.
Fascinating excerpt from an interview with the recently suicided John McAffee
regarding the "Trusted News Initiative" and censorship of information regarding COVID vaccine safety, please be aware of the link between Pfizer and Reuters. I would call that a journalistic conflict of interest. What do you think? pic.twitter.com/qQCysxnPX6
— Robert W Malone, MD (@RWMaloneMD) June 28, 2021