New York Times columnist David Leonhardt published a piece recently for the mainstream rag admitting that the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) is hardly the threat to children that Tony Fauci makes it out to be.
Hospitalizations and deaths are basically zero for children who test “positive” for the Fauci Flu. At worst, Leonhardt wrote, it “looks like a normal flu, if not a mild one.”
This is based on actual statistics from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), by the way. Leonhardt was not simply giving his opinion on the matter.
Based on all this, many are now asking why children should be forced to get “vaccinated” for Chinese Germs at all, seeing as how the plandemic poses no real risk to them.
Dr. Paul Alexander, a consultant for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), says that “there is no basis for vaccinating children from COVID-19” because the risks are low.
The latest data from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), which was reported on by Life Site News, found that children account for 0.19 percent of all deaths that occur in people who test “positive” for the Wuhan Flu. That figure goes as low as 0.00 percent depending on how it is calculated, the AAP further found.
In essence, the Fauci Flu is basically just seasonal influenza under a different name, many experts now admit. And there is no longer any basis for covering up this truth by continuing to repackage it under new “variant” names.
Stanford University epidemiologist John P.A. Ioannidis looked at 36 different studies as well as an additional seven preliminary national estimates, which led him to conclude that the hospitalization and death risk for older people is much the same as it is for children.
For those around the world under 70 years of age, the risk of dying from Chinese Germs ranges from 0.00 percent to 0.57 percent. The younger the person, the lower the risk, he determined.
Children also spread the Wuhan Flu at a very low rate, Alexander further found. Citing a “high-quality robust study” in the French Alps that followed one infected child who visited three different schools and interacted with other children, teachers and adults, researchers found zero instances of secondary transmission.
What this means, of course, is that school restrictions like holding class outside and forcing students to wear masks indoors are based on superstition, not science. The best and safest approach to the plandemic is to simply hold school as normal and let children live as they did prior to all this nonsense.
Another study published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) that tracked nearly two million schoolchildren in Sweden where there have never been any mask mandates came to the same conclusion: Children are not catching or spreading Chinese Germs.
“A study published in Nature found no instances of asymptomatic spread from positive asymptomatic cases among all 1,174 close contacts of the cases, based on a base sample of 10 million persons,” Alexander further wrote about the myth of “asymptomatic spread.”
He further concluded that there is “no emergency in children regarding COVID-19.”
“Their innate immune systems are so very potent that they can vanquish this pathogen with ease in most instances,” he says. “So why would Pfizer and Moderna Inc. engage in trialing this vaccine on children with a death rate in this group of 0.003%?”
“They must show us why it is not dangerous to put this vaccine in children, and they have not.”
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