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Why are we vaccinating children against COVID-19?

Discussion in 'News & Current Events (Articles Required)' started by JustSomeBloke, Oct 8, 2021.

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  1. renniks

    renniks Well-Known Member

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    The so called " facts" from the so called " experts" change all the time.
    Facts are actually apparently quite fluid.
     
  2. ArmenianJohn

    ArmenianJohn Politically Liberal Christian Fundamentalist

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    What are just some of these "lots and lots of individual testimony"??? From who? From politically biased liars? The "lots and lots of individual testimony" doesn't exist.
     
  3. renniks

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    Of course they do. I'm talking about the individual reports not anything political.
     
  4. renniks

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    So if you go into vaers and try to search good luck reading it all.
     
  5. ArmenianJohn

    ArmenianJohn Politically Liberal Christian Fundamentalist

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    Right, which is why you have no source or proof of any such reports. You just make it up and say it and hope people blindly believe you. So, so many reports but you can't provide a single one, let alone a few. LOL
     
  6. FireDragon76

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    That's why we need vaccines for children. So horrors like that don't have to happen.
     
  7. KCfromNC

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    This is typically the kind of post I see when the "facts" don't actually support what the post wishes they did.
     
  8. renniks

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    You don't know about VAERS?
     
  9. renniks

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    The facts seem to support whatever control in being enforced at the time. Very convenient.
     
  10. KCfromNC

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    Doesn't seem that way to me. And since there's nothing more than a feeling provided to back the claim, I don't see much reason to give it much additional consideration.
     
  11. pitabread

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    We all know about VAERS. We also know there are limitations with VAERS data and treating the reports at face value:

    When evaluating data from VAERS, it is important to note that for any reported event, no cause-and-effect relationship has been established. Reports of all possible associations between vaccines and adverse events (possible side effects) are filed in VAERS. Therefore, VAERS collects data on any adverse event following vaccination, be it coincidental or truly caused by a vaccine. The report of an adverse event to VAERS is not documentation that a vaccine caused the event.

    VAERS - Guide to Interpreting VAERS Data
    This also isn't to say that vaccines don't cause adverse reactions. Absolutely that is a possibility. The question is what kind of reactions and what frequency of occurrence. This is where things like clinical trials are more relevant than things like VAERS data.
     
  12. mama2one

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    yes, self-reporting, unverified
    for example:



    Our rating: False

    The claim that a 2-year-old girl died after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is FALSE, based on our research. The CDC said the report was removed from the VAERS database for being "completely made up." VAERS allows anyone to submit an unverified report, and the data can contain inaccurate information. Clinical trials of the Pfizer vaccine in that age group had not started at the time the report claimed the vaccine was administered to the child
     
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  13. loveofourlord

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    People don't get it, were not saying the all the deaths are false, just they need to be verified to mean anything.
     
  14. renniks

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    I trust people's testimony more than clinical trials.
     
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  15. pitabread

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    Seems you're seeking confirmation bias as opposed to objective information.
     
  16. ArmenianJohn

    ArmenianJohn Politically Liberal Christian Fundamentalist

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    I know about it - what does that have to do with anything? Are you saying the "individual reports" you've been talking about all this time are exactly what I said - unverified reports from random people? What does that prove? LOL it's like you want more and more anecdote and less science.
     
  17. ArmenianJohn

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    And there it is - anecdote to be trusted over science. But that's nothing new, that seems to be what the political right's preference is.
     
  18. Sunshinee777

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    Because Bill Gates, Fauchi and friends are obsessed about the idea that -everyone- need to get jabbed.
    Red flags all over the place if you ask from me...
    There has never been as forceful push of any drugs before like this.
    It says on pfizer documents that mrna jab should not be used in humans. And testing mrna jabs in children should not be done. It’s all there. But not in the msm obviously.
     
  19. ArmenianJohn

    ArmenianJohn Politically Liberal Christian Fundamentalist

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    Well if someone rejects Romans 13 in God's Word which tells us Christians to subject ourselves to the earthly governmental authorities then I suppose what those who are official government advisors say are going to be "red flags".

    As for me, I believe in God's Word and what He tells me in His Word and I trust the government is His minister for me to good, and that for me to reject their authority is to bring damnation on myself, so I trust in the Lord and what He tells me.
     
  20. renniks

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    I doubt there's any such thing as objective information.
     
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