For the longest time, vaccines were ubiquitously praised as a medical miracle — only a little more than 1% of American children had no immunizations as of 2019.
But after the COVID debacle, sentiment has quickly changed, including among doctors who were previously pro-vaccine.
One of those doctors is Peter McCullough, a revered internist, cardiologist, epidemiologist, and one of the most prominent critics of the Covid-19 response. He says, “I’m extremely worried — particularly this whole history of vaccines.”
These vaccines are almost like a talisman! It’s almost as if, through the course of time, people felt like their bodies were frail, and they needed some type of external biotechnology support for a human body to move forward. And now the band-aid has been ripped off the vaccines, and now people are critically examining all the vaccines — myself included.
And we’re finding the absence of properly-controlled trials. We’re seeing vaccines being administered for easily treatable illnesses now, like diphtheria and pertussis. And we’re seeing now an absolute assault! We’re seeing children, without question, receiving something like over 70 injections. When I was born, and I was a small child, there were only three!
And there’s probably been inappropriate attribution of success. So even some of the early successes that were claimed to vaccines; they were probably more attributable to sanitation — other forms of medical care.
So what’s happening now is there used to be a rate of what’s called “vaccine hesitancy” in the United States. That rate used to be — roughly 2.5% of the population said, “I just don’t want to do this,” or for other reasons.
I did a great interview with Dr. Sherri Tenpenny on my podcast, and it was interesting. I was a fully vaccinated doctor. I took all the vaccines — my mom took me in, and she was a completely unvaccinated doctor. So she had never taken a single vaccine in her life.
So, we had two different perspectives. But what we agreed upon is that vaccines, like any medical therapy, deserve reevaluation over time. Nothing has a permanence. Nothing is a talisman. Nothing has an accept-based-on-faith type of existence in medicine. Everything has its day.
The medicines we’re using now are not the same ones we used in yesteryear. And medicines get retired — vaccines should get retired, and everything should undergo critical appraisal. And the COVID-19 vaccine disaster has ripped the band-aid off this. And now recent estimates are about 30% of parents now are very concerned about the entire vaccine schedule.
And when you look at this chart, provided by the CDC, you can see the shift favoring “definitely WILL NOT get child vaccinated” vs. “definitely WILL get child vaccinated.”
About 27% of parents in July said they “definitely WILL get child vaccinated” or already have. Four months later, the number budges from only 3% to 10%. What happened? Either CDC’s poll is bunk, or parents must have woken up.
So, it wouldn’t surprise me — if even more than 30% of parents now have concerns about the entire schedule. Dr. Joseph Mercola recently interviewed Barbara Loe Fisher, who estimated that number to be around 50%.
We’ve seen Covid-19 vax mandates come then largely become a thing of the past, thanks to brave freedom fighters who had the courage to say “no.” And perhaps, if we’re lucky — and fight like heck, in years’ time, conventional vaccine mandates will crumble, too.
So, if you’re still in a tough spot with C19 vax mandates or want to avoid conventional jabs for your child, you can request a medical exemption here.
Red Voice Media would like to make a point of clarification on why we do not refer to any shot related to COVID-19 as a “vaccine.” According to the CDC, the definition of a vaccine necessitates that said vaccine have a lasting effect of at least one year in preventing the contraction of the virus or disease it’s intended to fight. Because all of the COVID-19 shots thus far available have barely offered six months of protection, and even then not absolute, Red Voice Media has made the decision hereafter to no longer refer to the Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson substances as vaccinations.