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"We're never going to learn about how safe this vaccine is unless we start giving it" — those were the words Dr. Eric Rubin spewed out of his mouth in late October.
Rubin's a Harvard professor who served on the Food and Drug Administration's panel that approved the COVID shot for American kids. The panel, in late October, green-lighted Pfizer's so-called vaccine for children ages 5–11. The vote went 17–0, with one person abstaining. But not all doctors who favor the experimental shots agree with administering them to children. Dr. James Hildreth, president and CEO of Meharry Medical College in Tennessee, responded to the new FDA approval, saying, "Vaccinating all of the children ... that seems a bit much for me."
Doctors across the country are raising their voices — saying that "vaccinating" children will do more harm than good. Their warning to the nation stems from the fact that, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), "Among children 5 to 12 years of age, there have been approximately 1.8 million confirmed and reported COVID-19 cases and 143 COVID-19-related deaths in the United States through Oct. 14, 2021."
Dr. Elizabeth Mumper cites the CDC to warn against giving teens the experimental COVID-shot as well: "The chance of a child less than 17 years of age dying from COVID-19 is 0.0005%, according to the CDC's own numbers."
The pressure to get the jab is present in every major institution, including sports.
As of late, college coaches have been fired over the mandates, while some NFL players have caved to the unethical protocols. Kyrie Irving, an NBA champion and seven-time All-Star, has even been benched until he gets the shot.
Among Catholics, the COVID shots have been a huge topic of discussion, especially vis-à-vis the morality of their usage.
Almost a full year ago, on Dec. 21, 2020, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) published a document on the morality of using some anti-COVID-19 vaccines.
The CDF stated that, under certain grave circumstances, "it is morally acceptable to receive COVID-19 vaccines that have used cell lines from aborted fetuses in their research and production process."
In late October, Abp. Carlo Maria Viganò wrote a letter to the president of the United States bishops' conference, Abp. José Gómez. In it, Viganò makes an important point about the 2020 CDF statement: "The 'Note on the Morality of Using Some Anti-COVID-19 Vaccines' was issued last year in the absence of complete data on both the nature of the gene serum and its components."
According to the National Catholic Bioethics Center, an abortion-derived cell line was used in the lab testing for the top three COVID shots — (1) Johnson & Johnson, (2) Moderna and (3) Pfizer.
Although Johnson & Johnson's "vaccine" itself makes use of an aborted fetal cell line, the Moderna and Pfizer "vaccines" do not (although internal Pfizer emails have caused some Pfizer employees to think otherwise).
In speaking about the abortion-derived cell lines, Melissa Strickler says, "It's almost like it's in the final vaccine."
Strickler is a now-former Pfizer employee: She was fired for exposing the truth about her own company.
All of this was exposed by Project Veritas, a nonprofit undercover journalism organization that exposes corruption and fraud in America.
The group revealed multiple emails from high-ranking Pfizer employees, including one that reveals, "We want to avoid having the information on fetal cells floating out there. ... The risk of communicating this right now outweighs any potential benefit we could see."
That email was originally sent on Feb. 9, 2021, from Vanessa Gelman, a senior director of worldwide research at Pfizer.
Project Veritas tracked Gelman down after her emails were made public, but she ran away from the questions, giving no comment.
In Viganò's letter to Abp. Gómez, he calls on Catholic bishops to denounce the evil of promoting these experimental, abortion-tainted shots. He ends the letter saying, "I realize that it may be extremely unpopular to take a position against the so-called vaccines, but as shepherds of the flock of the Lord, we have the duty to denounce the horrible crime that is being carried out."
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