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Candace Owens Compares Child Vaccination Efforts to Hitler and Stalin Youth Programs


This week, advisers to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) backed Pfizer and BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine in children ages 5 to 11, saying its benefits outweigh the risks.

An advertisement Pfizer released this week featured children who had participated in clinical trials for the jab and called them "super heroes" for helping develop knowledge of the effects of the jab among the young.

Fox News host Rachel Campos-Duffy asked for [Candace] Owen's reaction, referring to the offer by New York City mayor Bill de Blasio of $100 incentives for children who get their first vaccine dose at a city-run vaccination site or public school site.


"There's something about this that feels like a child predator," she told Fox News, comparing it to allowing a stranger come up and offer candy.

"That's not a good incentive," [...] "adults should not be coming to you and trying to bribe you to do anything, especially when we're talking about medical decisions that belong to the parents."

She said that she believed there was an undercurrent to the jab push among the young which appeared "evil" and "sinister"

"We can always look to history to see where these things come from, she added, saying it reminded her of when she "studied Stalin youth programs, Hitler youth programs. When you are talking about schools and the government issuing these brain-washing doctrines.

"It is because they are trying to raise up children to do whatever the state wants unquestioningly," she added [...]

"It's time for parents to take control of their children and realize the government is trying to step in as the parent [...]"

Owens also went on to say that the CDC said that the coronavirus "does not harm children" and condemned the move by San Francisco to require children aged over five to show proof of vaccination to enter some indoor public venues.

"This is a dystopian nightmare," she added.




So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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