Dr. Fauci admits no studies back COVID boosters for kids

One day after the nation learned he had tested positive for COVID-19, the government's quadrupled-boosted pandemic adviser was confronted in a Senate hearing by his nemesis, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.
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Rand Paul also confronts on vaccine royalties for FDA panel

Art Moore
WND News Center

One day after the nation learned he had tested positive for COVID-19, the government’s quadrupled-boosted pandemic adviser was confronted in a Senate hearing by his nemesis, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.

Pressed on the safety and efficacy of COVID vaccines, Dr. Anthony Fauci admitted Thursday there were no studies to support the claim that booster shots would reduce the risk of hospitalization and death in children.

And Fauci refused to answer whether or not members of the FDA vaccine advisory board were receiving royalty payments from pharmaceutical companies.

As WND reported in May, over a 10-year period, the National Institutes of Health, agency scientists and executives such as Fauci received a total of $350 million in royalty payments from third parties, such as pharmaceutical companies, according to government documents obtained through a lawsuit. The NIH documents are heavily redacted, and only the number of payments each scientist received is disclosed along with the aggregate amount per NIH agency. The amount of the individual payments is blacked out.

On Thursday, Paul asked Fauci if he could state that he has “not received a royalty from any entity that [he] ever oversaw the distribution of money and research grants.”

“Everybody on the vaccine committee – have any of them ever received money from the people who make vaccines?” the senator continued. “Can you tell me that? Can you tell me if anybody on the vaccine approval committees ever received any money from the people who make the vaccines?”

Fauci interrupted: “Sound bite number one: Are you going to let me answer a question?

“Let me give you some information,” Fauci continued. “First of all, according to the regulations, people who receive royalties are not required to divulge them even on their financial statement according to the Bayh Dole Act.”

The law allows individuals to own inventions derived from government-funded research.

Fauci said that between 2015 and 2020, he personally received only small payments for the monoclonal antibodies his lab created.

“During that period of time, my royalties ranged from $21 a year to $7,700 a year and the average per year was $191.46,” Fauci told the senators.

Paul asked Fauci if he could cite any studies that show COVID booster shots reduce hospitalization and death in children.

Fauci could not.

“Right now there’s not enough data that has been accumulated, Senator Paul to indicate that that’s the case,” he said.

“I believe that the recommendation that was made was based on the assumption that if you look at the morbidity and mortality of children within each of the age groups, you know, zero to 5, 5 to 11 …

Paul interrupted.

“So, there are no studies – and Americans should all know this – there are no studies on children showing a reduction in hospitalization or death with taking a booster,” the senator emphasized.


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Sylvia
Sylvia
2 months ago

Are the real scientific facts finally being unveiled? US needs many more leaders like Senator Rand Paul – he is asking the right questions, has no fear of doing so, and puts people first. Scientists have raised this for some time, but were silenced, cancelled and vilified. You have now made this critical information available to the world.
Thank you so much, Senator Paul.
The time has come for ‘Mr science’ to step aside.

Melissa
Melissa
2 months ago
Reply to  Sylvia

I agree! I would like to see more media outlets questioning the lack of data behind so much of the advice we receive! Public health says to get vaccinated even if you have had covid and recovered (natural immunity), that kids should get vaccinated, and that we should all receive booster doses.

In Washington/Clark County, we see no data from public health on the effectiveness of natural immunity (even as a state mandate is in play!), the vaccine effectiveness against transmission and hospitalization for children, or the effectiveness of boosters for any age group.

Why does Public Health hide that data? And why don’t the media call them out on this? And why does the county council remain silent? High time to start asking questions!

Sylvia
Sylvia
1 month ago
Reply to  Melissa

Great questions! Investigators tend to follow the ‘money trail’. Research has demonstrated the high accuracy of this approach. The case of this abysmal plandemic is no different; if anything, it makes it so blatantly obvious that it all has to do with satisfying the addiction to money and control. The mandated jabs are certainly not “safe & effective”, nor do they stop transmission, breakthrough Covid, hospitalization, and deaths. Countries with high jab numbers also have higher cases of breakthrough Covid. Yet, these jabs keep being touted as the only savior against SARS-Cov2. Why do so many dogmatically support this?
Journalists like Art Moore, and politicians like Sen Rand Paul are among the few who have maintained admirable integrity and ethics. Wish there were many more!

Wolfie
Wolfie
1 month ago
Reply to  Melissa

They hide it because they are getting kick backs from pushing the drugs. This is shedding the light on the fact many medical members, maybe even that friendly family doctor, receive $$$$$ for pushing drugs and vaccines. The media is bought and sold to these folks as well. You just have to follow the $$ trail.

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