COVID shots for kids: Reckless, irresponsible, no benefit, says doctor

COVID shots for kids: Reckless, irresponsible, no benefit, says doctor

COVID shots for kids: Reckless, irresponsible, no benefit, says doctor

People and politicians want kids ages 5 to 11 to get COVID shots, but not everyone is on board with the idea.

Jane Orient M.D. with the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) says there is just no evidence that it is safe.

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"There is considerable evidence that some extremely serious side effects are neither rare nor mild, in particular myocarditis, which seems to be worse in young boys," she continues. "The instance of that is greater at younger ages than it is, say, if a man is 20, 30, or 40. This can lead to sudden death, but it can also just lead to lifelong crippling from cardiac insufficiency."

Dr. Orient says kids with heart failure cannot run or exercise, and they cannot look forward to a normal life expectancy.

"I think that this is much underdiagnosed," she laments. "The results are worse after the second shot than after the first, but doctors are not doing tests after the first one to see whether their cardiac enzymes are up or whether their ultrasound is abnormal."

Dr. Orient wonders why so many are ignoring the heart attack risk five- to 11-year-old children will face.

"Not to mention all the neurological problems caused by blood clotting," she continues. "We're not checking for the things in the blood that will indicate that some clotting might be going on so that we can possibly treat it early if it occurs, [so] I think that is just reckless and irresponsible to subject children to a shot from which most of them are not going to benefit."

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Twila Brase, RN and president co-founder of Citizens' Council for Health Freedom, agrees that it is unwise to give children COVID shots.

"I don't believe that it's safe, I don't believe that it's proven to be safe, and what we certainly know from everything else that's happening with the age group above them is that certain children are experiencing serious side effects," she reiterates.

In terms of whether parents should have a say, Brase says that should always be the case.

"Parents always need to be in control of what's happening to their children, and that includes with any kind of injection of any kind of substance, including this medication, this genetic drug," says Brase.

So she says parents are "absolutely" the bottom line when it comes to their children.

"The schools are not their parents. The parents are their parents, and so it's up to the parents to decide what happens with the children," she insists.

Related video from One America News
An interview with health expert Gary Heavin (founder of Curves)
about vaccine for children

11/11/2021 - OAN video added.