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A reader argues that kids should not be 'bribed' to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Kids should not be bribed to receive shot

Just a quick note of support for a few of the heroes who are finally making their appearance in these dystopian times:  Clackamas County Commissioner Mark Shull, Molalla River School District Superintendent Tony Mann, and Molalla Mayor Scott Keyser, who brought the "bribes for jabs" scandal to light (Aug. 26th Wilsonville Spokesman).   

In doing so, they are protecting parents' rights, and possibly saving a number of teenagers from heart problems, blood clots, and other side effects of these shots, which may include death (Editor's note: These side effects are considered to be rare). 

The science is clear: the risk of COVID-19 to teenagers is dramatically less than for older folks;  99.8% of victims of the virus have been shown to be over 25 years old. Jabbing children with these shots, without informed consent, is a violation of human rights under the Nuremberg Code. Bribing them to sneak around their parents is unconscionable. 

And why is acquired immunity, after recovery from the infection, not being considered, as the shots are pushed on everyone? Based on data from John Hopkins University, the case fatality rate for COVID-19 is 1.6%, but that number might be skewed as many people who contract COVID-19 are never tested. As for fatalities per a population of 100,000, the number is 195 — less than .2%. 

The people are waking up, and the mask/vaccine/passport agenda needs to stop, now.  Enough is enough. Thank God for Mark, Tony, and Scott! 

Dwight Sims

Wilsonville


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