Governor Brad Little and Dave Jeppesen, the financial strategist Little chose to run Idaho’s Department of Health and Welfare (IDHW), both say “Covid-19 Vaccines” are safe. Yet reports from the Centers for Disease and Control (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) tell us a different story. According to multiple reports, more adverse events have been reported due to the Covid-19 “vaccines” than all other vaccines combined since data started being collected in 1990.
Making matters worse, IDHW continues to promote the “vaccines” as safe for young children and teens, yet myocarditis sits atop the list of injuries suffered by those aged 12-17.
In a recent Standford study by epidemiologist Professor John Ioannidis, children under 20 have a 99.9987% chance of recovery if they catch Covid-19. In other words, they are more likely to get killed in a car accident than die from catching Covid-19. With that information, one must wonder the motivation of Governor Little and IDHW for pushing parents to have their children “vaccinated.”
Said another way, the risk for under-20’s of having a lifelong debilitating disease after getting “vaccinated” is much higher than the risk of dying from Covid-19, so why do Little and Jeppeson continue to push for young children to be “vaccinated?”
One possible motive is money. Billions in federal aid continues to come into to Idaho ($17.5 Billion in 2021), so long as Governor Little maintains his agreement with FEMA and has a declared state of emergency in place. What most Idahoans do not realize is that with federal money comes federal strings. If Idahoans knew the conditions under which the state receives federal aid dollars, one must wonder if they would be supportive of Governor Little’s actions.
Considerations for Parents
Parents should consider the following: The risk of getting a lifetime debilitating disease is greater for a child getting a Covid-19 “vaccine” than it is for the chance of death if a child gets Covid-19. Then parents should ask: Is the risk worth it?
Facts to consider:
Organizations claiming to be “fact-checkers” state no proof exists of a correlation between “vaccines” and a reported increase in all-cause mortality, but the number of deaths as well severe disabilities are higher than they have ever been. And, the timing of these events correlate exactly to the time that “vaccines” were started.
- The primary age-range of people dying is 18 to 64 (working age people who would have been “vaccinated” in order to keep their jobs).
- The number of Covid-19 deaths in 2021 has diminished significantly over 2020, so COVID-19 as the cause of the increase in deaths can be ruled out.
- Deaths are being reported from a wide variety of medical causes, so a specific pathogen can be ruled out.
Much evidence is yet to be uncovered, but this video provides interesting information that should be of interest to parents.
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