Bishop Fulton Sheen tweeted, “As Religion fades, so will freedom.” His observation that religious conviction and the moral conduct it promotes is both integral and essential to free society echoes that of founder/framer John Adams who observed in 1798, “Our...
Gambling with the Lives of Children to Protect Adults
Never in modern medicine have we ever considered mass vaccination of children with an investigational biologic product with no proven efficacy or safety. Fortunately, studies demonstrated that children could not asymptomatically spread the virus. SARS-CoV-2 causes a very mild upper respiratory tract infection in children, and last year, more children died of influenza than COVID-19.
Now the issue of vaccination has been brought forward for children with limited studies demonstrating COVID-19 antibodies after vaccination. These registrational studies for the mRNA vaccines demonstrated no clinical benefit. Conversely, data from the VAERS system demonstrates that more children will be harmed with the mRNA vaccines than will benefit from immunization against SARS-CoV-2.
In the end, it appears that the vaccine stakeholders: Pfizer, Moderna, JNJ, NIH, CDC, FDA, those entities that stand to benefit from a “needle-in-every-arm” want children to become vaccinated not for the benefit of the children, but for the perceived protection of others.
In this week’s edition of The McCullough Report, we are honored to have former Minnesota State Senator Scott Jensen, MD, who is now a candidate for Governor, Dr. Avery M Jackson III of the Michigan Neurosurgical Group, and Dr. James “Jack” Lyons-Weiler, Ph.D., former University of Pittsburgh scientist and now a leading independent research leader in the COVID-19 pandemic. We will spend appropriate time on childhood vaccination and move on to learning about treatment and how better to apply SARS-CoV-2 diagnostic test data to the statistics we see in everyday life. Now it’s time for earbuds in and let’s get real, let’s get loud on America Out Loud Talk Radio—this is The McCullough Report.
The McCullough Report: Sat/Sun 2 PM ET Encore 7 PM – Internationally recognized Dr. Peter A. McCullough, known for his iconic views on the state of medical truth in America and around the globe pierces through the thin veil of mainstream media stories that skirt the major issues and provide no tractable basis for durable insight. Listen on iHeart Radio, our world-class media player, or our free apps on Apple, Android, or Alexa. Each episode goes to major podcast networks and can be heard on-demand anywhere in the world.
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