The Biden administration has presented a dangerous new plan which could lead to a wave of child fatalities and other vaccine related issues.
The White House, facing issues much more serious than COVID-19, has dedicated resources to crafting a plan to get children under five years-old vaccinated.
“COVID-19 vaccines remain the single-most important tool that we have to protect people against COVID-19 and its most serious outcomes. Next week, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will consider whether to authorize and recommend the first COVID-19 vaccines for kids under the age of 5,” a statement read.
The statement continued, saying that a “historic milestone in the nation’s fight against the virus” would be met if the FDA and CDC approve at least on the vaccines for these children.
It added that this “would mean nearly every American is eligible for the protection that vaccination provides”
“Today, the Biden Administration is announcing an operational plan that will ensure that vaccines—if authorized by FDA and recommended by CDC—are readily available for our youngest kids and that we continue the critical work of ensuring that all families know the benefits of getting their children vaccinated against COVID-19”, the White House said.
This push to vaccinate young kids comes as disturbing trends have started to show a spike in deaths among the highly vaccinated.
In Australia for example, vaccine data researcher Alex Berenson, noted that a sudden spike in deaths could be related to the experimental jab.
The federal government also reported late last month the whole of Australia has seen a 21 percent uptick in overall deaths this year.
“Even excluding Covid deaths, deaths were more than 10 percent above normal,” the former New York Times reporter and author adds.
The Australian state of Victoria, which reportedly has fresher data than the federal government according to Berenson, has also shown a 27 percent increase in deaths compared to 2020 and 2021.
“Australians eagerly accepted Covid vaccinations and are vaccinated at rates significantly higher than Americans. 95 percent of people 16 and over in New South Wales, the country’s largest state, have been vaccinated. 64 percent have been boosted.”