Denmark outlaws the COVID vaccines for children

Source: Hot Air

Yesterday, we learned that the CDC is basically pulling the plug on the pandemic and telling everyone to just get on with their lives. When NPR covered the story, they gave the impression that there wasn’t going to be as much of a push to get people vaccinated, either. But that’s just here in the United States. Across the pond, the changes to official government policy are coming in a more fast and furious fashion. It was just announced in Denmark that vaccinations for children are ending entirely. We’re not talking about removing mandates. Denmark is effectively outlawing the vaccination of children for COVID, saying it will “no longer be possible” for children under the age of 18 to receive first shots immediately and second shots will be banned in September. (Dennis Prager)

So, here’s a headline, a statement from the Danish government titled, “Vaccination of children and young people under the age of 18. Children and young people only very rarely become seriously ill from Covid-19 with the Omicron variant. Therefore, from 1 July, 2022, it will no longer be possible for children and young people under the age of 18 to get the first jab. And from 1 September, 2022, it will no longer be possible to get the second jab. Quite a few children with a particularly increased risk of serious course will have the option of vaccination after an individual assessment by a doctor.”

Did you hear the words? “Will no longer be possible.” The Danish government is outlawing this so-called vaccine to children under the age of 18 in all of Denmark.

There will be exceptions for children who are at the greatest risk due to having severely compromised immune systems if the exception is approved by a doctor. But other than that? No vaccines for kids.

I don’t think it’s unreasonable to expect that some very big news may be coming about the vaccines. If the shots were simply “not needed” for kids, wouldn’t you just make them optional? Flatly outlawing the vaccines for children at least suggests that Denmark’s government believes they are potentially harmful in some fashion. Of course, they haven’t come out and said that thus far, so we’re still reading the tea leaves to a certain extent.

But this isn’t the first alarm bell that’s been going off regarding the vaccines in recent days. Just this week I watched an interview with liberal megadonor Steve Kirsch, who has given at least $20 million to the campaigns of Democrats. He is now so disgusted with the Democratic Party that he’s bailing out on them. And the reason he gave for this was the party’s unswerving insistence on vaccinating everyone. Kirsch claims that the research he’s seen suggests that the vaccines are inuring or possibly even killing many people.

In the face of claims by the Food and Drug Administration, Centers for Disease Control, and National Institutes of Health “that these vaccines were safe and effective,” Kirsch began to see his friends “die and be injured.”

“And when I started looking at the data, there was no question that this vaccine is the most dangerous vaccine ever created by man. It is a thousand times more deadly than the smallpox vaccine,” Kirsch said.

The entrepreneur said he attempted to speak about his concerns regarding the COVID “vaccine” safety with Democratic representatives, to no avail.

To be clear, Kirsch has no background in medicine that I was able to find. And he’s not quoting any sort of university study or peer-reviewed science journal. For all I know, that’s just something that he read in a conspiracy theory forum on Reddit. American medical authorities have stuck to their claims that cases of young and otherwise healthy people dropping dead after being vaccinated were not caused by the vaccine.

But this decision by the government of Denmark still gives me pause. When you combine that with the CDC’s decision to basically declare that the pandemic is over, the timing seems curious at a minimum. NPR was trying to convince everyone that the changes in the CDC’s guidance were “not a huge overhaul,” but Eric Weinstein wasn’t having any of it.

As always, I’ll remind you not to take your medical advice from me. I’m not a doctor. I’m just trying to point you toward reliable sources of information so you can ask good questions and make informed decisions in consultation with your own doctor. But if you haven’t been vaccinated yet and were thinking about doing it now for some reason, this news should serve as a good reason to go ask those questions and take a look before you leap.