Throughout the pandemic that is apparently still going on, the Biden administration has promoted the COVID-19 jab as one of the only ways to defeat the virus. That, on top of mask mandates and lockdowns. But nothing appeared more important to the Democrats and Joe Biden than getting Americans to take the plunge and get the jab.

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While the American workforce bucked at the idea, the Biden administration has also pushed for children attending school who are five and older to also be subject to the COVID-19 jab mandate. And even with the FDA approving the drug for children, and trials pending on babies as young as six months, one MIT scientist is sounding the alarm on the potential, deadly side effects of the so-called miracle drug. 

While Dr. Anthony Fauci might be at the forefront of the virus, advising the nation on how to prepare, many Americans are still confused as to how the COVID-19 jab even works. Although the Biden administration has promoted the jab and offered outlandish incentives, hoping to coax people into getting the shot, the main focus has been convincing, not educating.

In the video above, Senior Research Scientist at MIT, Stephanie Seneff, not only warned about the potential side effects of giving the drug to children but using simple terms, she explained how the jab worked step by step. Being able to track the drug throughout the body, Seneff came to a startling conclusion about the dangers of giving the jab to children, especially multiple times as the government is now offering two shots with an additional booster.   

Below is the full presentation from Dr. Stephanie Seneff.

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