Dr. Ben Carson dealt a devastating blow to the left’s vaccine narrative during his speech at CPAC.
Dr. Carson said that parents absolutely should be skeptical of vaccines for their children.
He said it “makes absolutely no sense” to give kids the vaccine due to the fact they are at low risk of dying from COVID.
He added, “we have no idea of the long-term effect of these spike proteins are going to be.”
It was nothing but love for Carson at CPAC on Feb. 25. Between bursts of enthusiastic and prolonged cheers, the retired pediatric neurosurgeon spoke in his signature quiet way at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando. During his 15-minute talk, he described what he says have been dangerous effects of COVID-19 policies on children.
Without question, Carson, 70, is well-qualified to speak on children’s health. A highlight of his career as a doctor was performing the first successful separation of conjoined twins attached at the back of the head in 1987.
At the sold-out, four-day CPAC event, Carson told the audience of conservatives that risking possible long-term negative effects to children from the COVID-19 vaccine “makes absolutely no sense.” That’s because the risk of healthy children dying from the virus is 0.025 percent.
“But we have no idea of the long-term effect of these spike proteins are going to be,” Carson said, referring to the controversial vaccine now approved in children. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now recommends “everyone ages 5 years and older get a COVID-19 vaccine to help protect against COVID-19.”
Here is Ben Carson’s full CPAC speech:
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