Although there are multiple dilemmas on every front, President Joe Biden has decided that the most important problem America is facing is COVID-19. Since the first mask mandate was put into effect, the Democrats have been full steam ahead regarding COVID-19 readiness and, most importantly, the vaccine. While President Biden is eager to make the vaccine mandatory for all Americans, including children, a new study by the University of California reveals some horrible side effects in teenagers who received the COVID-19 vaccine.
Biden says parents should get their children 12 and older vaccinated for COVID-19: "They get vaccinated for a lot of things. That's it. Get them vaccinated."
For children under 12, he says "every parent, every teenage sibling, every caregiver around them should be vaccinated" pic.twitter.com/CmvWzd6CZc
— CBS News (@CBSNews) September 9, 2021
Since January, the study, led by medicine doctor Tracy Hoeg, found that teenage boys were six times more likely to suffer from severe heart conditions after receiving the experimental mRNA drug than being hospitalized from the COVID-19 virus. During the testing, doctors noticed that after receiving their second dose of the vaccine, children between 12-17 started showing signs of heart inflammation and chest pain.
It should also be noted that while young males are prone to catching the COVID-19 virus, the need for hospitalization is highly unlikely. The publication of the findings noted, “Evidence from studies show it is unlikely for boys to suffer either heart problems from the vaccine or be hospitalized by Covid. The risk of a healthy boy needing hospital treatment owing to Covid-19 in the next 120 days is 26.7 per million. This means the risk they face from heart complications is 6.1 times higher than that of hospitalization.”
Hoeg hopes her team’s findings will lead to more research surrounding the vaccine, but she did admit that not everyone is acceptable to science and data. According to Hoeg, her research was deleted by Facebook, causing her to leave the platform eventually.
In a post, Hoeg said, “Part of the reason I have (for the most part) left Facebook is they delete my post/responses that are factual, which I triple check. I was responding to a question about the number of pediatric deaths due to COVID in April. I don’t feel like directly citing numbers from CDC and AAP should be deleted as spam, but maybe that is just me. I have moved to Twitter, FYI.”
This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on September 14, 2021. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.
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