CRIMINAL! PFIZER Pushing For Deadly Injections On Infants – THEY MUST BE STOPPED!

The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) – established in 1990 – was intended to be an early warning system against vaccine related side effects, but its plagued by some major flaws.

VAERS is managed by the FDA and the CDC, and estimates are that only 1% of all adverse reactions to vaccines actually get reported.

The system reports just over 44,000 adverse reactions related to the COVID vaccine amongst children ages 5-17, but the number is actually expected to be 4.4 million.

Adverse reactions such as chronic pain, brain damage, heart disease, and fatalities are rampant.

According to CDC Data, the age range 25-40 has now lost more lives to the vaccine than were lost in the Vietnam War.

Author Toby Rogers estimates that big pharma is responsible for more annual deaths than the sum of those who died in WW2.

Now – Pfizer’s bloodlust is causing them to go after children even younger with this deadly shot.

Pfizer is requesting emergency authorization for children as young as 6 months old – which could open up the floodgates for big pharma to experiment on roughly 18 million children under 5 years old.

Under the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury act Pfizer could introduce these deadly vaccines under complete liability protection.

All of this is occurring as the left pushes for the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson – known for showing leniency to child abusers.

These evil individuals have a plan in mind – and it involves coming after your children. It’s up to you to defend them.

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