50 Reasons to Give Your Child the COVID Shot

By Margaret Anna Alice

Are you wondering if it’s a good idea to give your kid the COVID shot? I know there’s an ocean of mis/dis/mal/information out there to navigate, so I’ve compiled this handy list of reasons you’ll want to rush your child to the nearest injection site stat.

1) Your child wants to play a real-life guinea pig.

2) You’re too busy to research the potential risks of a novel gene therapy that lacks long-term safety data.

3) You weighed the zero-mortality rate and microscopic risks of serious complications from COVID to children and thought, why not increase the likelihood of being hospitalized by 74 percentbeing injured by twenty-five times, and dying by twenty times?

4) You’d like to boost your child’s chances of catching COVIDmultiple times.

5) You want to downgrade your child’s natural immunity to antibody-dependent enhancement.

6) You think keeping your child’s vaxxport up-to-date with the latest injection (Germany is encouraging every ninety days—as is Canada) will circumvent the need for masking.

7) You believe informed consent is passé.

8) You Trust The Experts™—not science.

9) You think life is boring and want to spice it up with some tragedy.

10) You’d like to add to the 54,697 adverse event reports received for children (out of 1,394,703 reports) through August 26, 2022, for conditions such as encephalitisBell’s palsyaneurysmscerebral hemorrhagemyocarditisthrombocytopeniaGuillain-Barré syndromeappendicitisheart disease, and death.

11) You wish your child could enjoy a life of chronic illness from a progressively damaged immune system.

12) You think your toddler would benefit from periodic seizures.

13) You believe less than a month of efficacy after the second dose is worth giving your teen myocarditis.

14) You would like to go bankrupt covering the medical bills the government is shielding pharmaceutical companies from.

15) You want to keep protecting manufacturers from liability once their emergency use authorizations expire thanks to Reagan’s 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Act, which gives them a pass as long as the product is administered to kids.

16) You think it would be fun if your child developed turbo cancer.

17) You believe becoming paralyzed from the waist down and relying on a feeding tube like Maddie de Garay would be a good life lesson for your kid.

Maddie de Garay: Highwire, Rigged

18) You’d like your child to go from looking like this:

Milo Before COVID Shot

… to this:

Milo After COVID Shot

19) You wish you could feel like this father did after his son got vaxx-induced myocarditis, which comes with a five-year life expectancy.

Father Calls Pharmacist Where His Son Was Injected, Got Myocarditis

20) You want your child to experience the adventure of a heart attack.

But wait, there’s more: https://margaretannaalice.substack.com/p/50-reasons-to-give-your-child-the

3 thoughts on “50 Reasons to Give Your Child the COVID Shot”

  1. So glad I live in a homeschool friendly place. Until they outlaw that at some point.
    Society is so far gone and anti-child to begin with, even those with kids will still flock to a “vaccine” and be thankful even when their kid has died or been injured.
    The only hope is divine intervention.
    Let us remember, as always, this is all part of the plan. Not if but when they’ll succumb to the effects.

  2. If you’re having health problems, I feel bad for you, son. I’ve got 99 problems, but myocarditis ain’t one.
    In addition to the women who will never have children and families of their own, and whose doctors will probably go to the grave before even suggesting that they shot they were coerced into taking is the cause, I was also praying for the young men who got the shot recently.
    Many of them were told, “You can’t play sports without getting the shot first.”
    And now many of them are being told, “Because you got the shot, and the risk of blood clots in young athletic men who’ve taken the shot is now well-known, you can’t risk being allowed to play sports.”

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