Dr. Paul Offit, a top vaccine expert and member of the FDA Vaccine Advisory Committee has admitted that many people may want to proceed with caution when it comes to the newest round of booster shots.
During an appearance on CNN, a left-wing news anchor tried to use Offit to push people into getting the latest booster shot, but the doctor offered a warning which the network was not expecting whatsoever.
Offit warned that the new boosters, which underwent no human testing prior to approval, can carry serious risks and their efficacy is questionable at best.
“Who really benefits from another dose?” Offit said. He explained that new jab comes with little assurances and major risks.
“A healthy young person is unlikely to benefit from the extra dose,” he said.
Dr. Offit went on to say, “When you are asking people to get a vaccine, I think there has to be clear evidence of benefit.” “You’d like to have, at least, human data,” he said. So far, the only tests on the new shots have been conducted on lab mice—and only a few at that.
“Right now they’re saying we should trust mouse data,” he said, “and I don’t think that should ever be true.”
Even the CDC has started to admit that vaccine-side effects like myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle, and pericarditis, an inflammation of the heart’s outer lining, exist and are occurring mostly in young men.
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