Is the Death of a Two Year Old Why the FDA Paused Approval of the Pfizer Jab for 6 Month to 4 Year Olds?
Finding the two year old disappeared in VAERS Sometimes one is enough.
A disturbing report in VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) detailed a two year old boy who began bleeding from the eyes, ears, nose and mouth six hours after getting a Covid jab on November 18, 2021 and who died that same night. The report was then disappeared from the system, with the CDC saying that they have no record of it.
Two year olds are not yet approved for EUA of any Covid jabs. Pfizer withdrew the emergency use authorization for this age range until they've evaluated the effects of a booster, as the first two doses did not supposedly produce a robust immune response. They've lowered the dosage to 3 micrograms in that age range (down from 30 micrograms in adults and 10 micrograms in 5 to 11 year olds). I think they're trying to thread the needle here: if really bad adverse events were happening in the adult trials what would they do? They'd make the dose really small in the kids trials so really bad adverse events don't happen, which raises the odds that the jab does not produce antibodies (check). They would also make the number of participants enrolled very small, so that rare "one in a million" adverse events like death don't happen.
There are four possibilities I see here regarding this VAERS report.
The kid was one of those rare cases where over exuberant pharmacists or clueless nurses aides accidentally jabbed the wrong age group.
This child was in the Pfizer jab trial. I was able to find something indicating about 4500 6 month old to 11 year old children were enrolled. If you split that up my guess is only about 1000 6 month to 4 year olds were enrolled in the vaccine arm.
Maybe this was one of the VAERS foreign reports from some country that is jabbing two year olds.
Maybe it was a false report, and the CDC in a rare moment of integrity took it down. And then decided to play dumb about it.
To me it's most likely that this two year old was enrolled in the Pfizer trial. Two years old is nowhere near the just on the line case of a four almost five year old and if this child was illegally jabbed I'm pretty sure the person injecting loses their fig leaf liability cover. I can't find any country that has authorized conjabs for two year olds yet, though Argentina seemed to be aggressively pushing them on 3 and 4 year olds to go to school (evil).
In the case of the CDC taking down a fake report, I think they'd be shouting it from the rooftops if they did so. They've often said that VAERS reports are unreliable because "anyone can file a VAERS report", implying that some anti-vaxxers with axes to grind might be making stuff up. The CDC never mentions that it is a felony to file a false report, that 80% of VAERS reports are filed by medical staff, or that the CDC is tasked with vetting the reports before publishing them (which has led to accusations that they are hiding or throttling some data). Only two VAERS reports out of millions were identified as fraudulent, though some were incomplete. "I saw on television that some celebrity died of something. I read on the Internet that he'd been vaccinated" IS NOT what a VAERS report looks like, folks.
In a small trial A SINGLE CASE can swing results wildly. In the Pfizer adult trial, for instance, one person died of COVID in the vaccine arm while two people died of COVID in the placebo arm. What was widely touted was the 100% reduction in Covid deaths if you get the jab, not that it was based on a single extra case.
On the other side of the equation a really bad adverse event in a small trial arm can change the risk calculus in unacceptable directions. This was the case with Maddie de Garay, a 12 year old who was paralyzed after being in the 1200 person Pfizer conjab trial for 12 to 15 year olds. A one in 1200 chance of becoming paralyzed from the jab might look like an unacceptably high risk for an age group that has a 99.999% survival rate for the disease the "vaccine" is purported to prevent. Pfizer got around this in an interesting way. Maddie de Garay's adverse event was listed as "stomach pain," which obviously sounds a little less severe than "permanent paralysis." It's pharma mafia tactics.
So if this two year old was in the Pfizer trial and died on the same day as the jab, authorities would have a very compelling need to hide the body before releasing that data. My guess is pressure (probably in the form of monetary compensation) would get put on the family to not talk about what happened. Then the child could be thrown off into the "protocol deviation" group not included in the final analysis. They could also try to fold the kid into the placebo arm, though I'm pretty sure the child's status would have been unblinded in cases of a severe adverse event (and death the same day is pretty severe). My guess is that a one in 1000 chance of a horrific death for your child might outweigh the one in one million possibility that the same child might get protection from Covid.
What do you think?