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Opinion: FDA panel admits vax is one big experiment, but it still rubber stamps approval of jabbing kids

“We’re never going to learn about how safe this vaccine is unless we start giving it. That’s just the way it goes,” said Dr. Eric Rubin.

Rubin is one of the voting members of an advisory committee to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that voted 17-0, with one member abstaining, on Tuesday to allow the Pfizer jab to be given to kids 5 to 11 under an emergency use authorization (EUA).

Zero Hedge reports that now the FDA must grant final approval, which could come within days, and then the Centers for Disease Control will offer an opinion on who should take the shot.

With comments like Rubin’s, its clear that this is nothing but a rubber stamp, and that comment is an admission that this is one big experiment that they want to subject American kids to.

Then there is voting member Patrick Moore who justified his approval with an emotional plea that all kids that have died of COVID-19 “have names” and “all of them had mothers.” Of course, we know kids are at statistically zero risk of being harmed by the virus, but one might wonder if Moore knows the name of Maddie de Garay, the 13-year-old Ohio girl who was once health but is now paralyzed from the waste down and needs a wheelchair and feeding tube after taking part in a Pfizer trial last December. As we know, Comcast doesn’t want Garay’s name known after axing an ad by the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation (VSRF).

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