In a political stunt, grocery chain Publix announced that its pharmacies in Florida will not be offering Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” to children under the age of five.
Publix operates supermarkets all across the South, it turns out, but for some unknown reason – the company refused to comment when asked about this – it is only halting the shots for five-and-unders in Florida.
“At this time,” were the words the company used in a statement to the Tampa Bay Times about the apparently temporary nature of its decision.
It turns out that Florida was the only state in the country that did not preorder Fauci Flu shots for children under five, which could explain why Publix will not be administering them.
Maybe Publix thought it could appeal to customers who oppose the shots to make it appear as though it is taking a stand against injecting babies for covid, when the reality is simply that it cannot get the shots because Florida never ordered them?
In a statement explaining why the shots were never ordered, the Florida Department of Health said that the Sunshine State does “not need to be involved in the convoluted vaccine distribution process, especially when the federal government has a track record of developing inconsistent and unsustainable Covid-19 policies.”
Doctors in Florida who elect of their own accord to inject babies for the Fauci Flu can still “order vaccines if they are in need,” clarified the department’s Jeremy Redfern.
“There are currently no orders in the Department’s ordering system for the COVID-19 vaccine for this age group.”
The news comes after federal agencies just announced that children as young as six months old should get jabbed for the China Virus.
Even though the shots do nothing and are exceptionally high-risk, especially for babies, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) believe that it is still worth it.
Walmart, meanwhile, is planning to offer the shots for children aged three and older. Why the retail behemoth has decided to exclude children aged six months to three remains unknown.
“Given my personal experience with the jab, I would not have confidence that it’s safe for young children,” wrote a commenter at Breitbart News. “The FDA and CDC have zero credibility in this household.”
“Rand Paul got Fauci to admit that they had no formal trials with children under five,” another responded. “Giving this untested drug with known dangerous side effects is child abuse.”
Someone else chimed in that the people pushing covid injections on babies are the very same ones who want everyone’s children to take irreversible puberty blockers and undergo permanent, life-altering surgical procedures to their genitalia.
“They certainly don’t care about any harm a failed vaccine will cause,” this person added.
Others were not all that impressed by Publix’s publicity stunt, which makes it seem like the company is trying to protect young children when that does not appear to be its true motivation.
“Why do I think the same parents who would vax a toddler are the ones who would immediately approve that same child’s gender transition surgery at the first sign of sexual confusion?” someone else asked.
“Because they are all sharing one thing in common and that’s being consumed by Satan,” responded another.
The general consensus among independent media consumers is that the shots are a bad thing for babies, children, and really everyone, regardless of which corporations decide to offer them.
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