Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to force school-age children to provide proof of vaccination or be excluded from society. Thank God he’s leaving office soon!
We have known from the very beginning of the pandemic that the risk of death or even serious illness from the SARS-CoV-2 virus for children under the age of 17 is extremely low, but Mayor de Blasio isn’t going to let some facts get in the way of forcing the jab into kids.
It’s kind of creepy, really.
On Tuesday, de Blasi was asked if he will be extending the city’s proof-of-vaccine mandate to include children aged 5-11 now that the FDA has approved a lower-dose Pfizer vaccine for that age group.
He said that is something that “we need to focus on now” but knows that it will take a while to get kids vaccinated.
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio says he wants to require children ages 5-11 show proof of COVID vaccine to access businesses
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) November 9, 2021
Does this mean that children will need to be vaccinated for the coronavirus to attend school? Why wouldn’t it? Mayor de Blasio has already forced teachers and school staff to be vaccinated or face unpaid leave.
Besides, it would be completely hypocritical to say that kids can’t go to a Chuck E. Cheese for an hour once in a while without showing proof of vaccination but can sit in a classroom for 8 hours every day, 5 days a week. And how would kids be able to go on class trips without being vaxxed if indoor spaces in NYC require vaccines passports?
Maybe it’s just a ridiculous idea since we’ve seen that children aren’t really vectors of spread since they carry a much lower viral load.
Here’s the full question and the follow-up answer by de Blasio.
REPORTER: At what point will you ask restaurants, gyms, all of those organizations and institutions that are requiring vaccinations for adults and teenagers — at what point will you ask them to also start checking for vaxx cards for 5-year olds?
DE BLASIO: That’s a very good question, and, honestly, one we need to focus on now. We want to get to the day where we actually could vaccinate the youngest New Yorkers and get that rolling. We know it will take a while. I mean, right now to use the example of the 12- to 17-year olds — very good news, we’re almost at 79 percent of them. That’s fantastic, but it did take a while. So, it’s a great question, Elizabeth, it’s one I don’t think we’re going to settle immediately because it will naturally take a number of weeks for that age group to get vaccinated. But it’s a question that we need to answer for the weeks ahead and we’ll come back to on that.
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— Moshe Schwartz (@YWNReporter) November 8, 2021
This question was after he announced a cash-for-jabs incentive for the same age group on November 4.
At the time, the Mayor said that $100 “buys a whole lot of candy.”
Children between the ages of 5 and 11 are eligible to receive $100 to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in New York City, Mayor de Blasio announced Thursday.
The kids will need to have their parent or guardian’s consent to get vaccinated, and de Blasio cautioned that the shot can hurt a little.
But once it’s over, $100 in sweet dough awaits them, de Blasio said in his daily briefing from City Hall.
“It buys a whole lot of candy,” he smirked.
Source: New York Daily News
Interesting that Mayor de Blasio, who thinks that the SARS-CoV-2 virus is such a threat to children, doesn’t mention obesity as a significant risk for hospitalization and death when infected with the virus while he suggests that kids drop $100 bucks on candy.
But then, most public health “experts” don’t really talk much about obesity, lack of exercise, and Vitamin D deficiencies as factors that increase risk of serious illness and death due to the coronavirus, do they?
Still, while kids can get infected and may even feel sick for a few days, the vast majority will never become seriously ill. Moreover, many children have already had the coronavirus.
Perhaps that’s why de Blasio has resorted to bribery and ostracism — he’s using a carrot and a stick.
What’s lost in all of this, is that these are not like the traditional childhood vaccines that are mandatory — these “vaccines” don’t stop illness, the efficacy wanes quickly, and there is no long-term data to see how these medications affect growing children.
Dr. Toby Rogers, an expert in risk/benefit, posted on his Substack his analysis of the available data about vaccinating kids for the coronavirus. Now, this is one guy’s assessment of the data, but he said that with the reported adverse reactions of the mRNA vaccines, it’s possible that “for every one child saved by the shot, another 117 would be killed by the shot.”
This doesn’t mean that the vaccines don’t benefit some people — but that they are being weaponized by medical tyrants who are holding “normal life” hostage until everyone is vaccinated for a virus that has a better than 99.9% recovery rate for the vast majority of people while also ignoring natural immunity.
Mayor Warren Wilhelm de Blasio might think that he’s on the “right side of history” by pushing vaxxing the kids — and in deep blue NYC, there are going to be many parents eager to jab their children — but there are going to be a lot of parents that push back against this. He might have just pulled a Terry McAuliffe by saying that children must show proof of vaccination in order to participate in society.
Keep up the crazy, Dems! It’s going to work out so well for you in the long run.