Before you storm off and quit reading: the title of the article is not what it seems. It’s tongue-in-cheek dark humor, meant to lure unsuspecting parents who may be on the fence to read the cold-hard truth about these jabs.
For example # 3:
3) You weighed the zero-mortality rate and microscopic risks of serious complications from COVID to children and thought, why not increase the likelihood of being hospitalized by 74 percent, being injured by twenty-five times, and dying by twenty times?
Overall, the data, source linking, and dark humor is on point, and I suggest everyone give it a thorough read.
In the spirit of Margeret’s article, I decided to add ’29 MORE Reasons to Inject Your Child.’ I recommend all other doctors, journalists, and media experts to join the cause and publish their own compilation of reasons.
58.) You would like to use your child as a human shield to “protect grandma,” going against the norms of civilized Western societies for generations, where those who have lived out their lives take such risks to protect future generations.
61.) You trust Elmo to push these products on your children behind your back, telling them that they’re a “hero” if they get their “super-duper hero bandages.”
62.) Omicron boosters coming to market are based on data in MICE, not humans. You don’t seem to mind that the Omicron booster was only tested in mice. You’re fine skipping trials for your medication. And a shot for your child based on a Wuhan spike that went extinct two years ago.
66.) It doesn’t bother you that Bill Gates, who has a large influence and a large stake in these shots, once said, “If we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that [the population] 10 or 15%.”
He wouldn’t dare hope that these injections would reduce the fertility of people without their knowledge, right?
67.) Women’s reproductive and sexual healthis being negatively impacted by the experimental gene serum, but you would prefer to put your child’s sexual health directly in harm’s way — rather than to leave them “unprotected” against something akin to the common cold.
68.) Your child has already contracted and recovered from COVID-19, and you’re curious what a hyperimmune response looks like.
73.) You have a serious case of Stockholm syndrome, and you would like to be more sympathetic towards those psychologically abusing you than your own child.
74.) You believe Joe Biden when he says, “We finally beat pharma!” To celebrate, you stick it to pharma by injecting your child with a product that directly enriched pharma with taxpayer dollars.
75.) You’re unaware that eugenicists like Ted Turner founded CNN. So you trust CNN’s advice and jab your child.
“The world population ought to be between two and two and a half billion people … global warming or climate change is just one symptom of a sick planet because of too many people using too much stuff.”
76.) Like Yuval Noah Harari, you believe there is no such thing as free will. You didn’t choose to inject your child. It was already predetermined for you to do so.
77.) Doctors don’t know what’s best for the health of your child; bureaucrats do. And you agree with California AB 2098 to make it illegal for doctors to give informed consent regarding these COVID jabs.
78.) On January 18, 2021, Dr. Andrew Hill published his paper, allowing outside forces to alter his recommendation from FOR to AGAINST the use of ivermectin in treating COVID-19.
If ivermectin were approved, the vaccination campaign would have stopped in its tracks as an emergency use authorized product cannot co-exist when a safe and effective generic product already exists.
But outside forces are kind of “cool.” You don’t mind outside forces meddling with scientific studies and choose to inject your child as such entities want you to do.
79.) Your child has been healthy for two and a half years — probably already had COVID and handled it just fine. But what the heck! Let’s go forth with the experiment. And bonus points, you get to enjoy them making this face.
Want to see this list make it to 100? Leave me some good ideas in the comments! Much thanks to Wackenhut for helping out with peer-review and a handful of ideas. Subscribe to his newsletter.
Or, if you are a fellow writer, link Margaret’s article as well as mine and take it upon yourself to extend this list! I would love to see more doctors and writers composing such pieces.