How can it be said objectively any other way?
Drug companies and the Biden administration continue to use America’s children as young as six months old as human guinea pigs by injecting them with COVID “vaccinations,” in response to which serious side effects have occurred on occasion, WHO partner Gavi reported, including a rare inflammatory disease, while potential other side effects remain unknown.
That is not a hyperbolic statement.
Now we learn that Pfizer and BioNTech again delayed releasing ongoing trial results of children ages 6 months to under 5 years old, after the companies found that the two-dose regimen didn’t generate a strong enough immune response in some children, the companies announced Friday.
Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer is altering plans and testing three doses of its COVID-19 vaccine in babies and preschoolers after two shots didn’t appear strong enough for some of the children.https://t.co/KBY3xwJZN9
— Sky News Australia (@SkyNewsAust) December 18, 2021
So naturally, dammit — “dammit” is how I envision Pfizer and BioNTech reacting — they’re already kicking it up to a three-dose regimen. Incidentally, just one more example of why I’m glad my kids are adults.
Almost as bad, as reported by NBC News:
The change to the trial protocol means that the companies won’t have data to submit to regulators until the first half of 2022. That’s a change from earlier this month, when Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said the company could have data on young kids by the end of this year.
Incidentally, as we reported earlier this month, Bourla has suggested the “pandemic” will last until the end of mankind. [sarc]
Meanwhile, parents, these companies will continue to pump COVID “vaccine” into your kids — if you let them — until they get “the desired results,” at which point they will congratulate themselves.
And our intrepid president — who obsessively lies about everything COVID and vaccine-related on a near-daily basis — will congratulate himself, for the millionth time, as he confusingly stands at a White House podium and lies and fearmongers some more about something he knows zero about.
In a news release posted Friday, the companies said that while two doses of the vaccine generated a strong immune response in kids under age two, comparable to what was seen in a trial of 16- to 25-year-olds, it did not in kids ages six months to under five years. But there’s more. And it doesn’t make sense.
While the study is ongoing and remains blinded, a pre-specified immunogenicity analysis was conducted on a subset of the study population one month following the second dose. […]
The decision to evaluate a third dose of 3 µg for children 6 months to under 5 years of age reflects the companies’ commitment to carefully select the right dose to maximize the risk-benefit profile.
If the three-dose study is successful, Pfizer and BioNTech expect to submit data to regulators to support an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for children 6 months to under 5 years of age in the first half of 2022.
Pfizer and BioNTech also plan to evaluate a third dose of the 10 µg formulation in children 5 to under 12 years of age.
So although the two-dose regimen has generated a strong immune response in kids aged six months to two years, Pfizer and BioNTech are going to kick them up to three doses, along with all kids up to age 12.
Kathrin Jansen, Pfizer’s head of vaccine research, said:
Therefore, we have decided to modify each of the pediatric studies to incorporate a third dose to the series and seek licensure for a three-dose series rather than a two-dose series as originally anticipated.
I can imagine being a parent already leery of the two-dose regimen for their young kids but decided to trust “the science” — not to mention Biden and Fauci — and how they might now react to a three-dose version.
— The Hill (@thehill) December 17, 2021
One voice of informed reason is Dr. Isaac Bogoch, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Toronto, who nailed it. With the earlier emergence of the delta variant and the rise in breakthrough infections, Bogoch said, noted NBC News, it’s clear that the Pfizer vaccine should be a three-dose vaccine for adults.
But — and it’s a yuuge but. (Double entendre?)
But when it comes to kids getting three doses, Bogoch said, “I have no idea. As always, we cannot treat kids as little adults.”
Ah, Dr. Bogoch, but that is exactly what they continue to do. Kids as young as six months old.
And hapless Joe Biden continues to cheer them — every “booster” along the way.
Story cited here.