Senator Rand Paul absolutely hammered the COVID doctor about government recommendations regarding COVID-19 booster shots for children and any dirty money he may have received for his ‘services’.



Fauci admitted that there wasn’t ‘enough data’ to support boosters for children and did not mention a single study to back up the benefits he claimed the extra jabs could have.

“That’s not science, that’s conjecture, and we should not be making public policy on it,” Paul said after asking whether children needed as many as 100 booster shots. Children ages 0-17 comprise about 0.1% of deaths from COVID-19, according to data from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Fauci told Paul that studies showed that receiving vaccines following a COVID-19 infection provided “the optimal degree of protection” for people.

“You can’t answer the question I asked,” Paul said. “The question I asked is, how many kids are dying, and how many kids are going to the hospital who’ve already had Covid? The answer may be zero. But you’re not even giving us the data. Because you have so much wanted to protect everybody from all the data. Because we are not smart enough to look at the data.”

Paul moved to crackdown on vaccine pushers and the royalties they receive from vaccine makers. Paul explained that he requested the information from NIG but received a redacted form that told him nothing.

Paul asked Fauci to tell the courts how much money he has received from vaccine manufacturers or companies related to the research. Fauci ran up Paul’s time by answering questions of his own.

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