Tony Fauci was just exposed for doing cruel and sadistic experiments on puppies. Now, he’s coming for our children.
George Stephanopoulos: Let’s talk about kids. Pfizer reported on Friday its vaccine is safe and effective for the younger children ages five to eleven. FDA is meeting next week. So should we expect kids to start getting vaccinated in November?
Tony Fauci: I would think so, George. You never want to get ahead of the FDA in their regulatory decisions, nor do you want to get ahead of the CDC and their advisers on what the recommended would be. But if you look at the data that’s been made public and announced by the company, the data looked good as to the efficacy and the safety, the FDA and their advisory committee will be meeting next week on October the 26th. And then their regulatory decision will be handed over to the CDC, likely November 2nd or 3rd. So if all goes well, and we get the regulatory approval, and the recommendation from the CDC, it’s entirely possible if not very likely, that vaccines will be available for children from five to eleven within the first week or two of November.
Oh, okay. Since Fauci said Pfizer’s data looked good, everyone should be cool with them using their kids as guinea pigs in their science experiments.
You know, because it worked out so well for Maddie. (sarcasm)
Also don’t forget that Big Media, like ABC, is bought to you by Pfizer.
Fauci also said the efficacy of Pfizer’s vaccine for kids looked good. Sound familiar? That’s because he said the same thing before, but then that story changed dramatically over time.
And to back up the fact that the vaccine’s efficacy isn’t what they advertised with the ‘safe and effective’ narrative.
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