Senator points out that there is “no evidence that COVID boosters reduce transmission, hospitalization, or death” in children

Posted BY: Steve Watson

Senator Rand Paul reacted Wednesday to the news that the CDC has approved COVID vaccinations for all children under the age of 19, calling the decision “appalling”.Paul tweeted a link to a Post Millennial story detailing the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voting by 15-0 to add the Covid-19 vaccine to the Vaccines for Kids program. Paul urged that the same committee approved booster shots for kids despite there being no scientific evidence that they have any advantages at all.

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The CDC will vote today on whether to add the shots to children’s immunization schedules.

Earlier Paul highlighted how Moderna’s CEO admitted that booster shots are not necessary for younger people.

Paul wondered whether ‘Fauci enthusiasts’ at the CDC would still mandate the shots for kids:

Paul also highlighted further details on the Boston University gain of function revelations:

The Senator also retweeted Dr. Makary’s call for data on the Omicron vaccine in children to be released:

Finally, Paul also pointed his followers to a Bill Maher segment in which the Real Time host discussed the damage lockdowns have had on society:

As we highlighted last week, a new study by researchers in Ireland has concluded that babies born during the COVID lockdown were less likely to be able to speak before their first birthday than children born previously, adding to other voluminous evidence that lockdowns and masking, in particular, have had massively detrimental impacts upon children.

Fauci continued to pathetically attempt to rewrite history Sunday by declaring that schools closing and remaining closed during the pandemic were “nothing to do with” him.