by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News
Tens of thousands of children age 5 to 11 were injected with the Pfizer bioweapon gene therapy shot over the past couple of days.
This is truly one of the darkest days in the history of our nation.
The pharma-owned corporate media hailed this day as a great achievement.
Here is our report, where we deleted the audio of the talking head reporters and health officials, and changed the music to more accurately represent this day.
Do you Have Blood on Your Hands?
Do you have blood on your hands? Most of these parents have been deceived, and do not know the truth.
For those of us who do know the truth, we have a responsibility to warn others. If they reject the truth after sharing it with them, then the blood of their children is solely on their hands, and the hands of those promoting the shots.
When the FDA gave emergency use authorization for these shots to be injected into children this young, they provided a Vaccine Information Fact Sheet which lists the potential risks of the shots, and is required to be given to parents prior to their child receiving an injection.
But most parents never see this. It is found here on the FDA website. You can also download and print out the expanded version given to healthcare providers here.
What we are seeing in some of the corporate media reports is that these shots are being scheduled ahead of time in only 5-minute slots.
5 minutes is hardly enough time to read through everything the FDA says is required to know prior to making a decision to receive this shot. Most places will not even give it to the parents, unless they request it.
You can also share articles published here at Health Impact News that report accurate information from the FDA and CDC safety monitoring system called VAERS, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System.
This information is not being reported in the pharma-owned corporate media because they know it will discourage people from wanting to get the shots, but it is accessible to the public. Here is the most recent report that I wrote earlier this week: