Bombshell Report: Kids Face Masks Cause Cancer — It Says So Right On The Box

( Exclusive) – Back in July, Dr. Anthony Fauci sat down for an interview with all of his sycophant buddies over at MSNBC where he blabbed on and on about giving children the vaccine and then forcing toddler aged kids to wear face masks. Fauci stated that kids older than 2 should be following the CDC guidelines and that kids who are unvaccinated and greater than 2-years-old should be wearing masks.

According to a report from Gateway Pundit, a recent study that came out of the United Kingdom found that 99.995 percent of kids recover from the COVID-19 virus. Believe it or not, the data says that more kids die in car accidents and from drowning every year than from COVID.

But hey, the leftist elites know best, right? Who cares about the other health concerns wearing a mask might pose for children, so long as they know who their masters are and obey.

Well, as it turns out, there’s now proof that masks not only cause kids to have emotional damage, but might cause them to get cancer. And the real kicker is that it says so right on the box (screen shots here, here, here and here).

But masks that cause cancer are not the only thing that the left is trying to push on children without any concern for their actual health and well-being.

Another report from WND reveals that there are White House “influencers” who are trying to press kids to get the COVID vaccine.

“A video that prompted many vaccinated Americans to declare facetiously their wish to be ‘unvaccinated’ after watching it featured White House press secretary Jen Psaki and cross-dressing Instagram star Benito Skinner as an over-the-top, flamboyant ‘Gen Z intern,’” the report said.

“On Tuesday, the Daily Wire reported a ‘confidential’ email surfaced on social media, apparently approved by the White House team, that confirmed a New York Times report last week that ‘Village Marketing, an influencer marketing agency’ was reaching out to social media influencers on behalf of the White House to reach teens. It’s described as ‘a broad, personality-driven campaign to confront an increasingly urgent challenge in the fight against the pandemic: vaccinating the youthful masses, who have the lowest inoculation rates of any eligible age group in the United States.’”

The email that popped up on Tuesday asked the influencers to “do an intimate 1×1 Zoom call with Dr. Anthony Fauci,” in order to help promote taking the vaccine among teenagers.

“The goal is to have (redacted) ask questions on behalf of (redacted) community and educate young people around (sic) the vaccine as there is a massive need to grow awareness within the 12-25 age demo,” the email goes on to say.

“The White House team (and our team) agree that given (redacted) voice and influence within this crucial demo, (redacted) would be great for this special opportunity,” the emails adds.

“Politico reported Monday that several European countries, including the U.K. and Sweden, have expressed concern about children as young as 12 getting a COVID vaccine,” but that doesn’t seem to matter much to the U.S. government, does it?

Right now, in both the U.K. and Sweden, only kids who are in the 12 to 15 age range who are at risk of having severe illness from COVID are allowed to get the vaccine.

A lot of these guidelines are coming from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but there’s a lot of reasons we should be very cautious about taking any sort of advice from them, which an Indiana physician has revealed to the world.

According to WND, Dr. Dan Stock recently handed over a thumb drive to his board over at Mt. Vernon Community School Corp., which contains a number of studies about the coronavirus, and said that the problem right now is that folks aren’t using facts to fight COVID.

“I would suggest the reason we still have a problem is because we’re doing things that are not useful and we’re getting our sources of information from the Indiana State Board of Health and the CDC who actually don’t bother to read science before they do this,” he went on to say.

First off, he made it clear that masks don’t work, saying, “No one can make this virus go away.”

“You will be chasing this the remainder of your life until you recognize that the Center[s] for Disease Control and the Indiana State Board of Health are giving you very bad scientific guidance. And instead read the articles that are coming in the email and on this flash drive and listen to the people in this audience here tonight who actually have recognized the advice they are getting from the CDC and the NIH is counterfactual,” the doctor stated.

He then clarified that he did not blame the board “because I know you aren’t scientists and you’ve thought it was reasonable to listen to the CDC, NIH and the Indiana State Board of Health, but I would encourage that instead, you listen to the people out here in this audience and [review various studies].”

The doctor is a family medical physician and is trained in “immunology and inflammation,” which means he knows a lot about this stuff and is a trustworthy source of information.

“Everything being recommended by the CDC and the State Board of Health is actually contrary to all the rules of science,” he said during his chat.

Viruses, the doctor stated, spread by aerosol particles that aren’t stopped by masks.

“And, he said, three NIH studies document that, ‘even though the CDC … [has] chosen to ignore the very science that they paid to have done.’”

Viruses “circulate all year long waiting for the immune system to get sick through the winter … then they cause symptomatic disease.”

“Equally important is that vaccination changes none of this, especially with this vaccine. And I would hope this board would start asking itself before it considers taking the advice of the CDC, the NIH and the state board of health, why we are doing things about this that we didn’t do for the common cold, influenza, or respiratory syncytial virus?”

Stock then asked why a vaccine “that is supposedly so effective having a breakout in the middle of the summer when respiratory viral syndromes don’t do that?”

Handing out vaccines actually “causes the immune system to actually fight the virus wrong and let the virus become worse than it would with native infection.”

“I can tell you, having treated over 15 COVID-19 patients, that between active loading with vitamin D, ivermectin and zinc, that there is not a single person who has come anywhere near the hospital,” he said.

There you have it, folks.

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