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This week, Mary Holland, Children’s Health Defense (CHD) president, and Polly Tommey, co-producer of “Vaxxed,” cover the latest COVID headlines, including evidence the COVID vaccine spike protein can travel from the injection site and accumulate in organs and tissues, news that Pfizer skipped critical testing on its COVID vaccine and a report implicating Dr. Anthony Fauci and other public health officials in a potential conspiracy to hide the origins of COVID.
Mary and Polly also discuss genetically engineered self-spreading vaccines, the new White House science advisor who wants the next pandemic vaccine ready in 100 days, and former British prime minister Tony Blair’s push to segregate the vaccinated and unvaccinated.
Here are a few of this week’s highlights:
- The UK approved the Pfizer COVID vaccine for children 12 to 15 years old, saying it’s safe and the benefits outweigh the risks. “That’s simply not true, they are lying,” said Mary. “They did not do rigorous studies or good lab practices.”
- More than 6 million kids in the U.S. between the ages of 12 and 17 have had at least one dose of the COVID vaccine. New York City is launching “pop up” vaccine centers at schools to vaccinate students.
- Joe Biden declared June a “national month of action” to push Americans to get vaccinated by July 4. “There’s a lot of resistance,” said Mary. “Despite all of the incentives, it’s harder and harder for them to get people vaccinated.”
- A recent study found seven teenage boys were hospitalized for heart inflammation after getting the second Pfizer vaccine.
- Israeli health officials say the Pfizer vaccine is “probably” linked to inflammation in young men 16 to 30 years old.
- There have been 5,165 deaths and 294,801 adverse events following COVID vaccines, according to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. “They have other data,” said Mary. “They probably know far more than we do about the actual nature of the harm that’s going on.”
- Houston is awarding $5,000 college scholarships to students under 18 who get the COVID vaccine.
- Students from overseas may need to get “revaccinated” with a COVID vaccine that’s approved by the World Health Organization in order to attend college in the U.S. Milloni Doshi, a student from India who is supposed to attend Columbia University this fall said, “I am just concerned about taking two different vaccines.” Polly said, “That’s just dangerous.”
- Children’s Health Defense is preparing a legal challenge against Rutgers University’s student-only COVID vaccine mandate for on-campus learning this fall 2021, and is seeking Rutgers students who oppose the mandate to become potential plaintiffs. “We do intend to sue them. We believe there’s a basis to sue,” said Mary. “From our perspective, you cannot mandate an Emergency Use Authorization vaccine. The law on that is very clear.”
- AstraZeneca is negotiating with the U.S. government to shift production of its COVID vaccine from a troubled plant near Baltimore to a factory owned by pharma company Catalent.
- The EU is pushing a digital wallet that doubles as a vaccine passport. The “digital COVID certificate” stores medical information including COVID vaccine status for citizens in 27 countries. It can also log driver’s licenses, professional qualifications and financial details.
- Stay tuned for the July release of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. ‘s, new book, “The Real Tony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health.” The book will illustrate how Fauci and Gates, asserting biosecurity rationales, worked together to finance and promote the very gain-of-function experiments in Wuhan that may have released the COVID-19 pathogen.
Watch “This Week” with Mary + Polly: