- They redefined gender.
- They redefined vaccines.
- They redefined recession.
- Are you catching on yet?
- GOOD V EVIL
- COVID-19 vaccine uptake for children under five years old is not taking off like the Biden administration hoped it would.
- Despite intense efforts from President Joe Biden himself on down to officials like Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) director Rochelle Walensky to sell parents on the shots, more of them say they will never get their kid vaccinated against the coronavirus than have already done so, according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation survey.
- Just 7% of parents surveyed said their child under five years old has already been vaccinated, more than one month after the CDC and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized and recommended a vaccine for that age group. Forty-three percent say they will never get their kid vaccinated against the virus under any circumstance.
Fauci Gets Defiant When Asked About Potential Republican Investigation into His Pandemic Response – Claims His Actions Saved “Millions of Lives,” Tells Detractors to “Go Ahead” and Investigate – (VIDEO)
- the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) director announced that he would be retiring from his post by the end of Biden’s first term.
- Thankfully, Senator Rand Paul (KY) is pushing hard to make sure Fauci doesn’t just slither off the hook.
- “One way or another, if we are in the majority, we will subpoena his records and he will testify in the Senate under oath,” Paul has claimed. g
- Following his sudden change of heart last week, Fauci appeared on CNN’s “New Day” on Tuesday and was questioned about Sen. Paul and other Republicans threatening him with investigations over his handling of the pandemic if they were to take back control of the Senate.
- Like a true megalomaniac, Fauci defiantly told his detractors to “go ahead” and investigate. His records are apparently “an open book” – said the man who has suppressed information religiously since day one of the Covid pandemic.