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As more data about the so-called COVID-19 vaccine comes in, scientists are seeing troubling demographic clusters. Yesterday, the FDA announced it would be adding a warning to its vaccine fact sheets. Church Militant's Kristine Christlieb investigates how this is impacting vaccine mandates on college campuses.
The CDC is acknowledging a link between all COVID-19 vaccines and heart muscle inflammation in young men.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA chief: "There is a preponderance also in men versus women. It's about 80/20 in favor of men. So 80% of the cases have been in young men versus young women. That's another observation that we need to take into consideration."
Despite evidence of risk, especially to men under 30, the CDC still claims the vaccine is safe. Israel, noted for its tyrannical propagation of the vaccine, first reported the link in early June.
News report: "In Israel, 275 cases were reported between December 2020 and May 2021."
But universities requiring all students to be vaccinated are not backing off from the mandate.
Notre Dame parent of incoming freshman: "It should be 'my body, my choice.' There's [sic] serious medical ramifications of forcing this on children in the lowest-risk age group. Just setting religious objections aside, just the medical risk is unbelievable for some of these students."
Parents are worried, but they're reluctant to speak out, fearing their children will experience overt or covert retaliation by the universities.
Notre Dame parent:
The way that students were treated in the second semester at Notre Dame was very authoritarian, especially different for students that had not been 'vaxxed.' They were assigned individual stalls in the bathroom and were only allowed to use those stalls. Everywhere they went around campus, they had to have a QR code and scan in where they were sitting throughout the university.
Students at Notre Dame who requested exemption were subject to humiliating segregation.
Notre Dame parent: "The students who didn't get vaxxed were getting daily email and text messages saying, 'Why haven't you scheduled to be vaxxed?' And, when you get that kind of treatment as an 18- or 19-year-old, you're very hesitant, and that really weighs on mental health."
Not all faculty at Notre Dame agree with the vax mandate. In a Wall Street Journal op-ed last week, Notre Dame law professor Gerard Bradley said college students "aren't guinea pigs."
Catholic University of America, along with other universities, is allowing freedom of choice, noting that most students are already vaccinated. They're also invoking anti-discrimination laws that protect the unvaccinated.