CDC Holds Meeting on Whether or Not to Include COVID-19 Vaccinations in Their Recommended Pediatric Immunization Schedule

Posted originally on the conservative tree house on October 19, 2022 | Sundance

The CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) is scheduled to decide Thursday whether or not to include COVID-19 vaccinations in their pediatric immunization schedule.  For most parents this quietly organized committee meeting is coming as a surprise.  [ACIP Agenda Here]

Many states require following the CDC guidance as part of their school vaccine requirements.  The substantively untested mRNA vaccine for children is quite controversial; however, as noted by some alternative media sources there is a benefit to Big Pharma in the approval.  Mandated immunizations provide liability protection for the pharmaceutical companies that manufacture them, and the CDC is essentially a government arm of those same companies.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson used his widely watched broadcast to raise awareness of the meeting. {Direct Rumble Link} – WATCH:

Clark County Today – Armed with information from dissenting health scientists, parents in a number of states convinced their health board to reject bids to add the COVID-19 vaccine to the list of required shots for public schoolchildren.

And parents across the nation are demonstrating their lack of trust in the experimental mRNA vaccines issued under emergency use authorization, with only about 2% of children under 5 and less than one-third ages 5 to 11 having been fully immunized.

Nevertheless, the CDC is poised to address the “vaccine hesitancy” and the pharmaceutical companies’ lack of permanent liability with one vote.

On Thursday, the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices is scheduled to decide whether or not to include COVID-19 vaccinations in their pediatric immunization schedule.

Approval not only would make it more likely that states will mandate COVID-19 shots to attend public school, it could grant permanent legal immunity to vaccine makers Pfizer and Moderna along with another profit windfall, health scientists are warning. (read more)

While the CDC guidelines for pediatric vaccination schedules doesn’t technically force states to follow the federal guidance, many states defer to the CDC and require their school districts to follow the guidelines.   As a result, adding the mRNA COVID vaccine to the federal immunization schedule would mean many parents would have to give their child the vaccine in order to comply with state requirements.

There are several studies and a growing number of pediatric doctors who are concerned about the safety of the mRNA vaccine in a childhood group who are not at high risk from the virus itself.    For children and young adults, the benefit of the vaccination is potentially outweighed by the harm it may cause.   Mandating the COVID-19 vaccine in children is extremely concerning, albeit beneficial to Big Pharma.

Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake was asked about the issue on Wednesday and responded that she would not support adding the mRNA vaccination to the state requirement. {Direct Rumble Link} – WATCH:


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