Just before giving testimony during a Senate Health Committee surrounding the coronavirus and the ongoing efforts to push the COVID-19 drug on American citizens and children, famed Dr. Anthony Fauci, who has been a strong supporter of the supposed vaccine, tested positive for COVID-19. Not letting it stop him, the doctor appeared in front of the committee via the internet. However, fighting the virus didn’t deter Republican Senator Rand Paul from questioning Dr. Fauci over the data that has allowed companies like Pfizer and Moderna to request injections for children under the age of five.
Speaking with Dr. Fauci, as can be seen in the video below, Senator Paul asked, “Dr. Fauci, the government recommends everybody take a booster over age five. Are you aware of any studies that show reduction in hospitalization or death for children who take a booster?”
Surprisingly, the doctor answered, “Right now, there’s not enough data that has been accumulated, Senator Paul, to indicate that that’s the case. I believe that the recommendation that was made was based on the assumption that if you look at the morbidity and mortality of children within each of the age groups, you know, zero to five, five to eleven.”
Continuing his questioning, Paul stated, “So there are no studies, and Americans should all know this. There are no studies on children showing a reduction in hospitalization or death with taking a booster. The only studies that were permitted, the only studies that were presented were antibody studies. So they say if we give you a booster, you make antibodies. Now, a lot of scientists would question whether or not that’s proof of efficacy of a vaccine. If I give you 10, or if I give a patient ten mRNA vaccines and they make protein each time, or they make antibodies each time – is that proof that we should give ten boosters. Dr. Fauci?”
Although Dr. Fauci claimed that the statement was an exaggeration, the Republican added, “So that is the proof that your committees use that. That’s the only proof you have to tell children to take boosters because they make antibodies. You’re already at like five boosters for people. You’ve had two or three boosters. It’s like, where is the proof?”
Senator Paul also pushed for information on how the NIH has continuously refused to release information on their royalties. “The NIH continues to refuse to voluntarily divulge the names of scientists who receive royalties and from which companies. Over the period of time from 2010 to 2016, 27,000 royalty payments were paid to 1800 NIH employees. We know that not because you told us but because we forced you to tell us through the Freedom of Information Act. Over $193 million was given to these 1800 employees. Can you tell me that you have not received a royalty from any entity that you ever oversaw the distribution of money in research grants?”
While Dr. Fauci did everything within his power to defend the COVID-19 agenda and government, a video was uploaded showing numerous times the CDC, President Joe Biden, and Dr. Fauci suggested that getting the jab would protect an individual from the virus. Take a look.
Red Voice Media would like to make a point of clarification on why we do not refer to any shot related to COVID-19 as a "vaccine." According to the CDC, the definition of a vaccine necessitates that said vaccine have a lasting effect of at least one year in preventing the contraction of the virus or disease it's intended to fight. Because all of the COVID-19 shots thus far available have barely offered six months of protection, and even then not absolute, Red Voice Media has made the decision hereafter to no longer refer to the Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson substances as vaccinations.