This study covered 365,000 vaccinated NY state children and over 900,000 unvaccinated children, aged 5-11, and it revealed in exquisite detail that the vaccine doesn’t work. No wonder CDC’s partner Twitter tried to stop people reading it. No one who understands what this study reveals would ever vaccinate their child. The fact that FDA decided to wait 4 months after being briefed on the study — postponing their review of the vaccines for under 5 year old kids TWICE should tell you something: they wanted the heat generated by this study to die down, hoping everyone would forget about it by now.
FDA will hold advisory meetings on June 14 and 15 and then hopes to authorize these worthless vaccines in babies starting at 6 months, for a disease that is generally no worse than a cold and requires dangerous boosters every 4-5 months (according to Pfizer and Moderna) to even give a whiff of renewed efficacy.
Twitter Quietly Removes Warning Added to a CDC Study
June 9, 2022
Updated: June 9, 2022
Twitter has removed a warning that it had added to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as part of its campaign to limit what it claims to be “potentially harmful and misleading content.”
Twitter and other social networking giants are known to have worked closely with the CDC in controlling the narrative
during the pandemic, including suppression of alleged misinformation,
in emails obtained by Judicial Watch through a Freedom of Information
Act (FOIA) in July 2021.
In one of the emails, Twitter offered the CDC free advertising on its
Promoted Trend and Promoted Spotlight Trend, with an estimated value of
$75,000 and $150,000 respectively.
While in a different email dated March 26, 2020, a CDC representative
asked the social media network for assistance in getting its partner
organization verified status so that “the COVID-19 messaging they are posted gets the same resonance as other verified accounts.”
Phil Kerpen, president of American Commitment, posted about the recent blunder on Twitter, saying
that the network had “slapped a warning on the **Journal of the
American Medical Association** for the wrongthink crime of publishing
data showing rapid waning of COVID vaccines in children.” Kerpen had
posted the study back in May to his account.
The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) is a
peer-reviewed medical journal that published the CDC study on May 13,
When clicking on the link provided on Kerpen’s post on June 8, a message appeared, stating “Warning: this link may be unsafe.”
Twitter, JAMA, and the study’s main author did not respond to The Epoch Times’ email for comment.
The CDC study examined the effectiveness of the two-dose Pfizer
COVID-19 injection in children (ages 5 to 11) and adolescents (ages 12
to 15) between December 2021 and February 2022 during the Omicron
The authors found that the estimated effectiveness of the Pfizer shot
declined significantly in the two groups by the second month after dose
two: 29 percent in children and 17 percent in adolescents. When the
mRNA shots were issued emergency use authorization prior to any
predominant variant, the effectiveness of two doses was 100 percent in
children and 91 percent in adolescents.
“Among children and adolescents, estimated VE [vaccine effectiveness]
for 2 doses of BNT162b2 against symptomatic infection was modest and
decreased rapidly,” the authors wrote.
In the graph provided in the study, near the fifth month after dose
two, the vaccine’s effectiveness was negative in the adolescent group,
meaning the vaccinated were more likely to have symptomatic COVID-19
than the unvaccinated.
Data beyond two months was not available for children as the
vaccine’s effectiveness was only assessed for that short period of time.