WASHINGTON, D.C. — On Wednesday, the Centers for Disease Control’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) will vote on whether to make COVID-19 vaccines part of the mandatory childhood immunization schedule.
If the committee votes in favor, vaccine makers’ liability for injuries will transfer from the corporations to the federal government’s National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) – effectively shifting the financial responsibility for the shots to the tax payer.
Pfizer and Moderna have so far been temporarily shielded from liability through the PREP Act, but that protection will end in 2023.
Adding the so-called COVID-19 vaccines to the childhood immunization schedule – thus making them mandatory for children to attend public school – would be a remarkable decision given reports of highly questionable effectiveness as well as injuries and deaths caused by the experimental substances.
The Florida Standard has previously reported on Florida Surgeon General Ladapo’s recommendation against the vaccines, after discovering an 84 percent increase in heart-related deaths among 18 to 39-year-old men.
“Once described as the cure to the coronavirus, the novel mRNA shots have resulted in catastrophic failure, with a side effect profile exponentially higher than advertised. Thanks to a fraudulent, deceptive marketing campaign, assisted by top federal officials and high-profile pharmaceutical executives, the drugmakers and the federal government convinced millions of Americans to take shots that were much more dangerous (especially for young men), and much less effective than advertised,” investigative journalist Jordan Schachtel wrote in reference to the upcoming CDC meeting.
The narrative pushed by government and drug makers around the effectiveness and functioning of the COVID-19 has changed over time. Early in the vaccine rollout, the public was told that being vaccinated would protect others from catching the virus. This in turn formed the basis for a plethora of authoritarian measures, such as vaccine passports, being pushed on society.
But Pfizer has recently admitted that this claim was never tested for in vaccine trials. Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has consistently flip-flopped and engaged in deceptive language on the actual workings of the company’s COVID-19 vaccine.