Politicians and “experts” are scrambling to climb down from the mountain of lies they have been telling. That’s progress of sorts. Expect to see a steady stream of “unsaying”, couched as clarification or “new data”—whatever weasel excuse or rationalization it is called.
For the past 18 months we've reported how a large percentage of those 'hospitalized with Covid' were actually admitted for other ailments, only to test positive after admission during routine screening - meaning 'Covid hospitalizations' for the purposes of policymaking (and fear mongering) were vastly overstated in many (if not most) cases.
Public health officials have largely avoided this important distinction, while pushing the false narrative over hospitalizations - until now.
In a Thursday appearance on MSNBC, America's top Covid official, Dr. Anthony Fauci, admitted to a distinction between the number of children hospitalized with Covid as opposed to "because of Covid."
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"And what we mean by that: If a child goes into the hospital, they automatically get tested for COVID and they get counted as a COVID-hospitalized individual, when, in fact, they may go in for a broken leg or appendicitis or something like that. So it’s over counting the number of children who are, quote, hospitalized with COVID as opposed to because of COVID," said Fauci.
And of course, despite Fauci's admission, he still recommends that parents vaccinate children, telling NewsNations's "Morning in America" that while it's true that "the numbers are very low," parents have to consider that "when it's your child, it's a very high number."
So - an appeal to emotion by 'the science' in order to get kids jabbed.
WIND: what about adults? Same deal (though with many real cases too). The narrative stinks of rotting lies to high heaven.
Vaccinating children is child abuse of the worst order, a gross violation of medical ethics. A massive experiment that may ruin lives forever) because no one knows what an mRNA vaccine might do to a rapidly growing body’s DNA, and a body that needs pathogens to develop a healthy immune system.