Children’s hospitals are clogged in certain parts of the country right now. Kids are being hospitalized with something called the respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV. It’s a virus that causes infants and children to catch a form of bronchitis. It causes common colds in adults and pneumonia in the elderly. A big and obvious question the last few weeks has been, why are so many kids suddenly catching this?
One theory is because of the lockdowns. Kids didn’t get flu shots during that time period, so now they’re more likely to catch RSV. But… now we have some new evidence, and it’s probably not going to surprise anyone.
RSV is surging right now in both the US and Canada. The theory mentioned above sort of made sense when we talked about this issue a couple of weeks ago. Maybe children’s immune systems were weakened by the lockdowns, and now they’re paying the price because of that? But presented with new evidence, there’s a more obvious culprit – and that’s the COVID shots.
Before we even get to that evidence, we should consider where kids are suddenly filling up the hospitals. This phenomenon of unprecedented numbers of RSV infections is happening in Democrat-controlled cities and states. Chicago children’s hospitals are totally clogged right now with kids who have bronchitis. At one school in San Diego, they had such a bad wave of RSV-related bronchitis that 40% of kids were missing class in late October, according to the LA Times.
The truth is that hospitals are filling up in blue cities and states where parents are more likely to have vaccinated their kids against COVID. It’s not the lockdowns that are causing kids to get sicker now. It’s the fact that their parents were scared of COVID because of all the media and government lies about it, so they got their kids jabbed.
Both Pfizer and Moderna have released clinical trials that they conducted on children with the mRNA shots – and sure enough, vaxed kids had higher incidence of RSV infection when compared to their respective placebo groups.
In Moderna’s 2- to 5-year-old trial group, 0.4% of shot recipients developed an RSV infection within 28 days of getting jabbed. 0.1% of kids in the placebo group got infected. The vaccinated kids caught RSV infections at 4X the rate of unvaccinated kids.
In Moderna’s 6- to 11-year-old trial group, 0.3% of jabbed kids developed an RSV infection, versus 0% of kids who received a placebo shot. The Moderna shots clearly increase the risk of vaxed children catching an upper respiratory tract infection. Your child is less likely to get sick if you skip the Moderna shot entirely.
What about Pfizer?
Pfizer released the results of what happened when they jabbed a group of 6-month-olds to 4-year-olds:
“SAEs (serious adverse events) reported in the BNT162b2 group included RSV bronchiolitis (5 participants).
“SAEs reported in the placebo group included bronchiolitis or RSV bronchiolitis (3 participants).”
So, both trial groups saw increased incidents of RSV infections of kids within 28 days of vaccination. It happened across the board in all age groups that we know about.
It looks like it’s safe to throw that theory about lockdowns weakening kids’ immune systems out the window now, doesn’t it? The massive spike in RSVs began after we started vaccinating kids. The awful thing about RSV infections is that when a person gets them as a baby, these infections tend to get progressively worse as that person ages. Kids catching bad RSV infections now are going to have rough lives with more infections than the average unvaccinated person. This current wave of RSV infections in kids is worse than any previous spike that doctors have seen. And once again, it looks like the main cause is the COVID shots.
Joe Biden is still walking around bragging that the USA is the only country on earth that is now vaccinating kids 5 and under. Hooray for us? He says it as if we’re somehow smarter and better than other countries that are looking at the evidence and coming to the obvious conclusion: These shots are bad news. Multiple countries have now banned the shots for healthier and younger people, including the UK and Australia. How much longer are we going to have to put up with this in America? Probably until 2024.