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(Paul Alexander) – A national health organization survey on COVID vaccination in young children found that 43 percent of parents with children under 5-years-old said they will “definitely not” have their child jabbed against the coronavirus.

The Kaiser Family Foundation “COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor” survey spells huge trouble for Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla and Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel, for public health officials Anthony Fauci, Francis Collins, and Rochelle Walensky, the malfeasants galore.

Parents are telling the government no to the vaccines, not in my kids! A combined 40 percent told KFF they would prefer to “wait and see” before giving their child the jab, or “only if required,” bringing the total to 83 percent of parents who oppose the shot in some way for their young children. Yet this should be 100 percent, all parents must say no.

“When asked in their own words for the main reason why they will not vaccinate their eligible child under 5 ‘right away,’ parents cite concerns about the newness of the vaccine and not enough testing or research, concerns over side effects, and worries over the overall safety of the vaccines,” the survey reported.

C/O: Kaiser Family Foundation

“Concerns over the safety of the vaccines and potential side effects are widespread among parents of unvaccinated children ages 6 months through 4 years old,” the survey continued. “Eight in ten parents of young unvaccinated children say they are ‘very’ or ‘somewhat’ concerned that their child might experience serious side effects from the COVID-19 vaccine (81%) and that not enough is known about the long-term effects of the vaccine in children (81%).”

“Notably, even among parents who are themselves vaccinated but have not yet vaccinated their child, large shares express concerns about side effects (79%) and unknown long-term effects (74%) when it comes to vaccinating their young children.”

Survey tells me we are winning, keep pounding.

Reprinted with permission from Paul Alexander.

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