While many adults fight with the Biden administration over the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, the FDA recently approved the vaccine for children aged 5-11. Already a hot topic in America, the decision to allow vaccine makers to promote children being vaccinated has caused many parents to lash out, claiming the government has no authority over their children. And although children have a greater chance of dying in a car crash or drowning than from COVID-19, vaccine maker Pfizer recently released a video aimed at not only thanking children for being human guinea pigs but that getting the vaccine gives them superpowers.
On top of drowning and car accidents, more children have been shot this year, in Chicago alone, than have died from the coronavirus across the entire nation. But know that there are billions of dollars at stake, Pfizer hoped to convince children, who most likely still believe in Santa Claus, that by getting the vaccine, they will have superpowers. The video, which can be watched below, proves that vaccine companies will do whatever it takes to make a profit. Only if they would have spent more funds on the video quality.