Why Flip-Flop Fauci remains silent over the sudden death of 13-year-old vaccinated boy

People are wondering what happens with flip-flop Dr. Fauci and why he remains silent over the sudden death of 13-year-old vaccinated boy. Dr. Fauci was one of many who claimed the vaccines are safe, vaccines are effective. Vaccines are both safe and effective. Fauci was one among the many claiming that every man and women aged 12 or more should get fully vaccinated.

Over the months, Fauci continued claiming that every adult should receive the shot since all the vaccines are inarguably the only way to beat the Covid-19 pandemic. Then he continued that every young man, woman and children above 12 should get the shot. Fauci claimed this is the only way every family to be completely safe. Well, apparently, this doesn’t apply for Clynick family from Michigan.

As Detroit Free Press reported earlier this month, the 13-year-old boy Jacob Clynick died in his sleep three days after getting his second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine in mid-June. The county coroner already reported the case to the state and to the feds, meanwhile, the Centers for Disease Control and Health is investigating the case looking for links between the vaccine and Jacob’s death.

“Get over it. Get over this political statement. Just get over it and try to save the lives of yourself and your family.” this is what Dr. Fauci said to vaccine-hesitant Americans in his recent MSNBC interview.

Parents, reasonably, are not very happy with the vaccination of their children, especially those aged 12-16. Several weeks ago, NBC7 wrote that FDA will add “Warning to Pfizer, Moderna vaccines after CDC finds ‘Likely’ link with rare heart condition.”

Although the risks are low, but FDA recently added new warning on Johnson & Johnson vaccine bringing with it a potential to develop Guillain-Barre syndrome.

It looks like the people pay attention on these kinds of stuff and respond accordingly.

Fauci remains silent over the facts, again.

Monica Doyle


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