May 18, 2024

Safe States for Children: Here’s UPDATED List of States That Won’t Comply with CDC’s Recommendation for COVID-19 Vaccination of Kids for School

Safe States for Children: Here’s UPDATED List of States That Won’t Comply with CDC’s Recommendation for COVID-19 Vaccination of Kids for School | The Gateway Pundit | by Jim Hᴏft

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officially added the ‘unsafe and ineffective’ COVID-19 vaccine to the recommended childhood immunization schedule for 2023.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officially added the ‘unsafe and ineffective’ COVID-19 vaccine to the recommended childhood immunization schedule for 2023.

COVID-19 was responsible for only 1,460 deaths from individuals 0-17 years of age from January 1, 2020 to February 1, 2023, according to Statista.com.  This accounts for 0.1% of ALL COVID deaths in the United States. It’s worth noting that 0-17 is a sample size double the other groups, which are spread out among 9-year increments.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officially added the ‘unsafe and ineffective’ COVID-19 vaccine to the recommended childhood immunization schedule for 2023.

The immunization schedules are updated annually in the late fall and are used as a guideline by states for school entry requirements and by physicians, and healthcare providers.

State or local authorities frequently consider the CDC’s schedule when establishing their school admission requirements.

The CDC claimed that adding the COVID vaccine to the list of immunization schedules does not mean it will be mandatory for school entry.

“CDC only makes recommendations for use of vaccines, while school-entry vaccination requirements are determined by state or local jurisdictions,” the agency said in a statement during the ACIP immunization schedule vote.

The CDC approved to add COVID vaccine to the routine immunization schedule. Again: the ones who voted to force your children to be the subject of this experiment were not themselves voted into their position by the People of the United States.

There are still no long-term side effect studies.  There is no FDA-approved COVID vaccine available in the United States.  The most recent vaccine booster was tested on just 8 mice.  

In October 2022, following the news that the CDC panels voted to include COVID-19 in the childhood immunization schedule, The Gateway Pundit made a list of Republican governors who publicly stated that they would not comply with CDC mandates and would not force children in their states to take the experimental COVID vaccine.

  1. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (FL-R)
  2. Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin (VA-R)
  3. Wyoming Governor, Mark Gordon (WY-R)
  4. Utah Governor Spencer Cox (UT-R)
  5. Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt (OK-R)
  6. Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds (IA-R)
  7. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey (AL-R)
  8. Tennessee Governor Bill Lee (TN-R)
  9. Missouri Governor Mike Parson (MO-R)
  10. South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem (SD-R)
  11. Montana Governor Greg Gianforte (MT-R)
  12. South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster (SC-R)
  13. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine (OH-R)
  14. Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson (AR-R)
  15. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (GA-R)
  16. Idaho Governor Brad Little (ID-R)
  17. Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts (NE-R)

According to National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP), at least 21 states, including California as the latest state, have banned the COVID vaccines from being included in school mandates as of February 6, 2023. Only the District of Columbia has a student COVID-19 vaccine mandate, and enforcement of this mandate is delayed until the 2023-2024 school year.

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US defense dept contracted with Chinese Communist Party to deploy COVID vaccine against citizens

Fosun Pharmaceuticals, Pfizer and BioNTech entered into an agreement for the co-development and distribution (excluding China) of a potential mRNA-based coronavirus vaccine

US defense dept contracted with Chinese Communist Party to deploy COVID vaccine against citizens – LifeSite

‘The current war is the war of the global governments (plural)’ who ‘are partners and co-investors into ‘joint ventures’ against us, people of the world’ deploying ‘prohibited biowarfare agents for killing and injuring their own civilian population,’ researcher Sasha Latypova wrote.

U.S. government documents reveal that the Department of Defense (DoD) partnered with a pharmaceutical company linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in developing and distributing the Pfizer / BioNTech “biological warfare agents marketed as ‘Covid-19 vaccines,’” according to a prominent researcher.

“It is curious that the US DoD awarded $10 billion … to a venture whose substantial equity (and IP) holder is the Chinese Communist Party,” wrote Sasha Latypova in a December 28 substack article.

Latypova is a former pharmaceutical executive with more than 25 years’ experience in the industry specializing in research and development. She has been a source of several important bombshell reports over the last year.

Lamenting that this association with the CCP had not received broader attention in the media and elsewhere, Latypova demonstrated how government officials sought to conceal this relationship through redactions in documents released to the public as a result of Freedom of Information (FOIA) lawsuits.

Including the image of one heavily redacted text concealing the name of a third party to an agreement with Pfizer and BioNTech for the “co-development and distribution” of a “coronavirus vaccine,” Latypova announced, “I know what is in the redacted part of the above paragraph and it was not hard to figure out.”

“Fosun Pharmaceuticals,” she stipulated, is the redacted entity. The sentence thus reads, “Fosun Pharmaceuticals, Pfizer and BioNTech entered into an agreement for the co-development and distribution (excluding China) of a potential mRNA-based coronavirus vaccine … ”

She confirmed this assertion with another document dated March 16, 2020, from BioNTech announcing that corporation’s “strategic alliance” with Fosun for development and commercialization of the gene-based injections.

Therefore, “Pfizer-BioNTech is really a 3-party R&D alliance: Fosun-Pfizer-BioNTech, and by ‘party’ I mean that one of the three is the Chinese Communist Party,” Latypova wrote. “Fosun is a huge Chinese conglomerate that owns a large number of global companies, and its chairman, Guo Guangchang, is a very high ranking member of the CCP.”

Cited by Forbes as being worth over $4 billion, Guangchang is a member of at least three organizations associated with the CCP, including the 12th Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference that under the supervision and direction of the CCP provides consultation and advisory input to CCP legislative bodies.

Latypova, who grew up in the Soviet Union, further clarified this point in an email correspondence with LifeSiteNews, stating, “In China, every large employer, especially in something strategic like biopharma sector, is controlled by the CCP.” The case was the same “in the Soviet Union, where each workplace had a ‘partorg,’ a representative supervisor from the Communist party, or a whole department of them.”

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