After CDC unanimously votes to add shots to the recommended vaccine schedule
Posted BY: Steve Watson
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Tennessee Governor Bill Lee said he will ignore the CDC in favor of “personal freedom”:
I’ve always said mandates are the wrong approach, & TN has led in pushing back on federal covid vaccine requirements.— Gov. Bill Lee (@GovBillLee) October 20, 2022
Thanks to our work with the General Assembly, TN families won’t be impacted by today’s CDC vote. We'll continue to stand for TN children & for personal freedom.
Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt followed suit:
Regardless of what the CDC says, as long as I am governor, we will never force kids to get a COVID vaccine to go to school.— Governor Kevin Stitt (@GovStitt) October 20, 2022
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey vowed to never mandate COVID shots:
Here in Alabama, the parents make decisions when it comes to their children’s health care. We do NOT mandate the covid shot for kids – nor will we ever. #alpolitics— Governor Kay Ivey (@GovernorKayIvey) October 20, 2022
As we highlighted yesterday, Senator Rand Paul called the CDC’s decision “appalling,” urging that there is no scientific evidence that the vaccines have any advantages for children at all.
This is the same committee that approved booster vaccines for children despite no evidence that COVID boosters reduce transmission, hospitalization, or death among children. Appalling! https://t.co/KWVEM6wI7f— Rand Paul (@RandPaul) October 19, 2022
Paul highlighted how Moderna’s CEO admitted that booster shots are not necessary for younger people, and described the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices as ‘Fauci enthusiasts’:
With even Big Pharma tempering their enthusiasm for mandating COVID vaccines on young people, will Fauci-enthusiasts at CDC still vote to mandate COVID vaxx on kids? https://t.co/dwdkAinebT— Rand Paul (@RandPaul) October 19, 2022
About the CDC
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