Vaccine Salesman of the Year: WHO Chief Says COVID Boosters “Are Used by Countries to Kill Children” – Fake Fact-Checkers Freak Out

Vaccine Salesman of the Year: WHO Chief Says COVID Boosters “Are Used by Countries to Kill Children” – Fake Fact-Checkers Freak Out

A video went viral this week of failed World Health Organization Chief, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, talking about vaccinating children.

In the video, Tedros tells international health experts that countries are using COVID booster shots to kill children.

Tedros Ghebreyesus: “If it’s going to be used it’s better to focus on those groups, who have risk of severe disease and death rather than as we see some countries are using to give boosters to kill children which is not right.”

For some strange reason the fake news mainstream media did not report on this. The media totally ignored this shocking statement.

Why is that?

It has been clear since April of 2020 that children rarely, if ever, suffered severe complications from the COVID19 virus. Yet, Big Pharma and Dr. Fauci pushed the experimental vaccines on healthy children around the world. Today thousands of kids are suffering severe heart problems after receiving the vaccine.

Is that what

The fake fact-checkers were quick to respond.

Reuters completely rewrrote Tedros’s statement in order to defend shooting up kids with the COVID vaccine.

These are not good people.

A video showing the head of World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, speaking about prioritizing vaccination efforts for poorer countries and more vulnerable populations over giving booster shots to children has been misconstrued online.

Some social media users have pointed to the clip to erroneously claim he “admitted” or “revealed” COVID-19 booster shots are being used “to kill children”.

While the scene highlighted online is authentic, users have misconstrued his message. A WHO spokesperson told Reuters the sentence was the result of a slip of the tongue.

(Article by Jim Hoft republished from TheGatewayPundit)

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