Democrats engaged in the political equivalent of a white van with “free candy” written on its side
Source: Kelen McBreen
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday that children ages 5-11 who are now able to receive the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine qualify for a $100 “bonus” from the city.
Citywide pop-up sites and school vaccination squads will be giving kids pre-paid debit cards loaded with one hundred dollars if they take the experimental jab.
New York City kids who are now eligible for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine shot are also eligible for a lucrative array of incentives—including $100 prepaid debit cards at city-run sites, Mayor de Blasio said on Thursday. https://t.co/VIAglJqAlG— Gothamist (@Gothamist) November 4, 2021
“Everyone could use a little more money around the holidays,” the mayor said, adding, “it buys a whole lot of candy.”
“Every school with kids in the 5-11-year-old range will have a site at least one day,” de Blasio told New Yorkers.
Will the parental consent be strictly verified by the workers of these school vaccination sites?
A UN document making its rounds online instructs health care workers to “allow older children and adolescents to provide assent to the vaccination,” in situations where a parent is not present.
Using money to bait young people into engaging in experimental medical procedures is a textbook definition of predatory behavior.