COVIDictators: CDC Panel Votes Unanimously To Add ‘The Jab’ To Children Immunity Guidelines

Written by Wes Walker on October 21, 2022

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Even California is admitting we are moving out of the Crisis phase of the global pandemic. But that isn’t stopping CDC from setting the table for COVIDictators to put yet another gun to the heads of parents.

Covid is creating many ‘new normals’ and that includes childhood vaccines.

There’s a reason we keep vaccination cards for children. But it has to do with the old kind of science that relied on data, not the new kind of science that relied on political influence and money.

The rationale is pretty simple. Some diseases are so dangerous that children require vaccination before they can be accepted in class. Generally, these diseases are highly transmissible and carry very serious side effects.

Obvious examples include polio, measles, mumps, rubella, diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis. Serious cases of infection from these diseases can cause pneumonia, paralysis, brain swelling, coma, or even death.

The purpose of these vaccines is to provide the patient with artificial immunity to the specified diseases so that, if the patient is exposed to the actual pathogen, his or her immune system will be able to fight it off. Ideally, this will stop the patient from becoming sick and it will also break the chain of transmission to others.

Until 2020, this was the commonly understood explanation for why anyone would want any vaccine. It would prevent the person from getting sick and/or break the transmission chain to prevent the next person from getting sick.

Flu shots were a special category because it was something of a crapshoot as to which of several flu strains would gain dominance in a given year. Some batches are better at minimizing the spread and symptoms than others.

Why the Wuhan Chinavirus is different

The virus that made Fauci famous has serious health consequences for a certain subset of our population. But those people tend to congregate in retirement homes, not in public schools… and things don’t really break bad until you add comorbidities.

Children are, in fact, statistically the least likely of any group to either get seriously ill from COVID or to transmit it to others. The risk profile children face for COVID is not unlike that of the ordinary flu.

For people who like stats and charts, here’s the CDC:

If you’d rather hear reporting, here’s Reuters citing the CDC’s own numbers as a percent.

The health agency [CDC], in a statement to Reuters, said it made adjustments to its COVID Data Tracker’s mortality data on March 14 because its algorithm was accidentally counting deaths that were not COVID-19-related.
The adjustment resulted in removal of 72,277 deaths previously reported across 26 states, including 416 pediatric deaths, CDC said.
The reduction cut the CDC’s estimate of deaths in children by 24% to 1,341 as of March 18.
Children accounted for about 19% of all COVID-19 cases, but less than 0.26% of cases resulted in death, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, which summarizes state-based data.
-Reuters, March 2022

COVID has a fatality rate in children of about a quarter of one percent. For context, there have been years in some states where flu mortality in children has exceeded that figure.

The CDC has voted, unanimously, to recommend the Covid vaccine for children

Advisers to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday unanimously voted to add COVID-19 vaccines to the 2023 schedule of childhood and adult immunizations.
Why it matters: The 15-0 vote by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices creates streamlined guidance for what shots people are able to receive and at what age.
–Axios

The vote wasn’t held until Thursdsay. That’s weird. If you had looked at the vaccine schedule for children on Wednesday, when we took this screenshot, on the website you would have already seen this, right at the very top of the page.

Strictly speaking, a recommendation carries no legal authority. Decisions about implementation are made at the state and local level. But we all know how this game plays out, don’t we?

The CDC makes a recommendation. Many public school administrators will line up behind the guys in labcoats, nod like lemmings that they ‘believe the science’, and will craft policy based on a political belief that the CDC can and should give guidance about this issue.

How long do you think it will take before the school systems get that authoritarian itch and refuse entry to the school for any little darling who doesn’t have COVID marked down on that little card of theirs?

We’re talking about the same institutions that were making little Johnny eat his lunch alone, outside in December because ‘COVID is scary’, or demanded everyone get a shot to show up for work, and in some cases tied masks to the faces of disabled children even when the official state guidance was that children had a right to not wear masks if they so chose.

We need look no further than DC, where Democrats hold all the power. They instituted mandatory vaccine mandates for students. But that ran into a buzzsaw when it became clear that some 40% of black kids had not received the jab and would be excluded from attending public school. (Oops!) As of last week, there is a motion before council to roll back that mandate for at least another school year while schools grapple with how to resolve that issue.

But what are the risks?

When giving a rationale for getting the jab, they tell us that severity and hospitalization are reduced by getting the jab. (We have less confidence in that particular statement than they do, clearly.)

But doctors are morally obligated to provide something to their patients called ‘informed consent’.

Informed consent is the cost-benefit analysis of different courses of action. ‘If you don’t get treatment x, you might see outcomes ranging from a to g; but if you DO get treatment x, you might see outcomes ranging from h to q. On the whole, this, this, and that outcome are the most likely in each scenario. ‘

In recommending the vaccine, they have remained silent on the risks associated with the vaccine. In fact, until recently, anyone mentioning the fact that there even ARE risks associated with a vaccine were denounced as anti-vaxxers, chastised for causing ‘vaccine hesitancy’, and systematically silenced and de-platformed online… with Big Tech acting as the government’s leg-breaker for anyone foolish enough to publicly dissent from political orthodoxy.

But many of the very things skeptics were once ostracized for saying are now accepted as ‘common knowlege’.

No, the vaccine does not actually create immunity or prevent transmission. ‘Get it anyway.’

Yes, the vaccine does have a track record of some serious injury complaints… including damge to the heart especially among young people. ‘Get it anyway.’

Yes these negative consequences are far more common than first admitted. ‘Get it anyway.’

This comes from the same people who, even now, are telling us in the context of the abortion quetion that a doctor’s office is far too narrow for a doctor, a woman, and the government.

The moment we realized the jab can neither stop transmission nor stop infection, the entire logic behind an obligatory mandate fell apart. But the problem with authoritarians is ages-old. Once they’ve got their bony fingers on power, they HATE to give it up again.

That’s why it’s up to free citizens to take that authority back.

Dear Christian: Your Fear Is Full of Crap

by Doug Giles

Beginning in March 2020, many Christians went into lockdown-freak-out mode. Uncut, irrational, unbiblical, and not to mention, unconstitutional, fear gripped many churches and church leaders. Forced to choose between obeying the Word of God or the edict of man, most Western Churches buckled. We even saw it here in First Amendment-protected America.

The Apostle Peter buckled to fear on the night of Christ’s crucifixion. But he learned his lesson and lived the rest of his life bold as a lion. How can the church ‘go and do likewise’?

Read the book and find out!

Get your copy of Dear Christian: Your Fear Is Full of Crap now. Better yet, grab an extra copy for any petrified pastor who dutifully put obedience to the unconstitutional edicts of Mayor McCheese ahead of obedience to the explicit commandments of the LORD God Almighty.