On July 7th, MedPageToday published (1) that Florida pediatrician, Lisa Gwynn was removed from the board of a private insurance company for children last week, because of her stand on accessibility of COVID vaccines for children.
Children are not dying of COVID and to consider mass vaccinations against this germ seems appalling to me, as the vaccination itself might be considered more dangerous than a COVID infection.
I quickly commented on this article by stating this;
“Will more infants and children have their lives spared by taking this vaccine, or will COVID vaccine ADE’s injure more infants and children? Unlike active immunity, has it now been established that these COVID vaccines do not confer immunity to COVID? Every physician owes a fiduciary obligation to inform their patients of the current facts surrounding COVID and COVID vaccines. Exit politics and enter 2022 science.”
Of course, MedPageToday is a medically run news service and I knew that my comment might fail to be published, and it did fail. But at least I got my true feelings off my chest.
There was a story of a man who saw an injured snake in the road and nursed it back to health and that story reminds me of this article. After recovering, the snake bit the man who was shocked that his kindness was repaid in such an offensive way. “Why did you bite me?” The snake simply said, “you knew I was a snake when you picked me up.” Simply put, snakes bite, and pediatricians vaccinate! We are all different and we all have free will. Many people demand that their children be COVID vaccinated and a pediatrician’s office is the perfect place to get that done. Others have concerns about this vaccine and need time to absorb facts before making their decision. Certainly, getting a pediatrician’s opinion might a good place to start. But as this article points out, the opinion you get in a pediatrician’s office will be a biased one, in favor of dozens of vaccinations. This is your child. Think.