12/14/2021 / By Matthew Davis
American physician and virologist Dr. Steven Hatfill said there’s no valid medical reason for the government’s mass vaccination program for kids and young adults.
Hatfill, who served as coronavirus adviser for former President Donald Trump in 2020, specifically stressed that there’s no need for mass vaccination among children in the five to 11 age group because they are naturally resistant to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID 19).
“There are reasons for this. Number one, their immune system is very, very robust. Number two, the receptor for the COVID-19 virus to enter the upper airway is in low concentration in children. So they don’t really pick up a lot of virus,” Hatfill told host Ann Vandersteel during the December 8 episode of “Steel Truth” on Brighteon.TV.
“If they get sick, it’s usually just for a couple of days, it’s considered a mild illness. And many of them are asymptomatic.”
Hatfill pointed out that the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccines are different from traditional vaccines used against measles, mumps, polio and smallpox viruses.
“Within a matter of minutes, a great deal of what’s injected into your arm goes in your lymphatic system. Now it’s in your regional lymph nodes. And it was distributing all over the body. They put a marker on it. It’s going to the ovaries, to the testes, to the liver, to the spleen, to the heart, to the vasculature in the brain. This was not supposed to happen. And they kept it low key,’’ said Hatfill, who accused Big Pharma of hiding the truth.
Describing the spike protein as toxic, Hatfill noted that it damages the vascular system. “This is why we’re seeing such an increase in cardiovascular events. The spike protein looks like a little ball with spikes on it. It is damaging the inside of your tissue, of your veins, your vascular system, your heart.”
Reports of potential link between mRNA vaccines and cases of myocarditis and pericarditis began to emerge in June.
Myocarditis is a condition that involves inflammation of the heart muscle. Symptoms can include fever and fatigue, as well as shortness of breath and a very specific type of chest pain. Patients tend to say their chest hurts more when they lean forward. The pain tends to subside when they lean back. Pericarditis, on the other hand, is the swelling and irritation of the thin, sac-like tissue surrounding the heart.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on June 23 that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) would add a warning to the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines about possible link to myocarditis and pericarditis in teenagers and young adults. (Related: FDA admits covid injections from Pfizer, Moderna cause heart inflammation.)
Dr. Tom Shimabukuro, deputy director of the CDC’s Immunization Safety Office, said in a presentation that data from the Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD) suggests a rate of 12.6 cases per million in the three weeks after the second shot in people between the ages of 12 and 30.
Meanwhile, former Pfizer executive Dr. Michael Yeadon told Real America’s Voice that children are 50 times more likely to die from the COVID-19 vaccine than from the virus itself.
Yeadon explained that the mRNA gene technology used in Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to trigger the body to create viral spike proteins is a “fundamental problem” that researchers have known about for years. Those spike proteins, Yeadon said, can lead to blood clots and other health problems.
Watch the full December 8 episode of “Steel Truth” with Ann Vandersteel and guest Dr. Steven Hatfill below.
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