Poor child imprisoned in the home despite being in lowest at-risk Covid age group.Sick example of how globalists have successfully managed to brainwash the public into believing vaccine is their only savior.

Source: Nworeport

A TikTok video captured the sad moment a little girl who’d been kept indoors by her Covid-fearing parents reacted with joy to news of the Covid vaccine being green-lit for kids.

In a video posted by a pro-vax mom attempting to urge people to get vaccinated, the girl revealed she hasn’t been allowed to play with her friends, or even go outside since the fake pandemic started.

Being shown news the vaccine was approved for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) last week for children 5 to 11, the girl becomes emotional when she realizes she’ll be able to rejoin society.

“What does that mean for you?” the mom asks the child.

“I can go with my friends,” she says.

“And?” the mom asks.

“I can finally go outside… go to stores,” she says hugging her mom. “I’m excited.”

The video is a sick example of how the globalists have successfully managed to inculcate an attitude of fear toward Covid in the general public, and have succeeded in brainwashing the public to believe the vaccine is their only savior.

This is despite the fact children are the lowest at-risk age group, and the fact the vaccine does very little if anything to protect against, or prevent the transmission of Covid-19.

Indeed, NIH director of clinical innovation, Dr. Michael Kurilla, raised objections to the EUA during the FDA’s panel last week citing concerns the vaccine could be given to healthy children who don’t need it.

“I think the idea of doing under an emergency use authorization, two doses for everybody without any flexibility around this, I think is just not going to go over very well and I don’t think it’s going to give the health care community the options and parents the options to choose what’s best for their children,” he said.

Kurilla also provided a list of other reasons for his abstention, including the fact trials, only looked at 3 months’ worth of data.

“While there are clearly high-risk groups within the 5-11 age group for which this vaccine would significantly reduce serious disease, I do not expect protection from infection to last more than a few months and this may negatively impact public perception of vaccines,” Kurilla said.

“Taken together, I don’t see the need for ’emergency use’ of this vaccine across the entire age group and would have preferred a more nuanced approach.”

Following the FDA’s EUA approval, the shots could receive CDC recommendation for children 5 to 11, and soon after likely be mandated by school officials, as early as this week.