Do you know the difference between adult MRNA “vaccines” and child MRNA “vaccines”? Well, for starters, the CDC has changed their definition of vaccine altogether since May of last year. They have also decided that “protection” instead of “immunity” was a better choice in defining precisely what a vaccine is supposed to do. We don’t know about you, but all these semantics strike us as extremely chaotic, and misleading to the public.
Back to the original question… What’s the difference? Well, according to Pfizer, the addition of tromethamine was used as a “PH Buffer” in the child version of the dose. Interestingly enough, tromethamine is also a medication used to stabilize heart attack victims, although I am sure it has nothing to do with the scores of young healthy athletes who have suffered heart failure and died on the field. National data from 2016 to 2019 also show that social risks increase the likelihood of mental, emotional and behavioral health issues in children. Children have experienced a rise in both factors throughout 2020 and 2021.
Recently, Stacy Lance, a Canadian public school teacher of 15 years wrote about her high school students behavior in the past two years. Mrs. Lance cited disengagement, shame, a fundamental alteration in their understanding of themselves, learning loss, and an unwillingness to continue “living like this”. Not all educators are interested in protecting the mental health of their charges, as demonstrated by one principal at Garrison Elementary School in Washington, D.C., who is proud of the shaming he does as a vaccine “advocate” for his school, which boasts an 80% shot rate.
One U.K. Freedom of Information Act request showed there were 3 deaths caused solely by COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic in children under 17, as compared to the 38,966 injuries and 79 deaths in the same age group reported in VAERS. Many of these injuries are debilitating, and can drastically reduce the quality, and duration of life.