When do we take out the trash?
First the FDA "approves" an Alzheimer's drug that, on the data, does not work -- but it sure as Hell is expensive. At least one and perhaps two of their advisors quit over that one.
Now the CDC is going to meet on the "extremely rare" myocarditis risk to kids getting tard shots. Extremely rare my ass; you never see if you don't open your eyes, and given the reports in the news and social media there is no way this is "extremely rare." How many people have heart attacks every day yet that doesn't make the news unless they're a celebrity or somesuch.
So when nobodies start being reported on, well, folks, it's not rare.
To be "reported" at all you have to wind up in the hospital or similar, so the presumption that these are "mild" is horsecrap. nobody with a bit of discomfort goes to the ER; you go to the ER if you have chest pain, and that's not minor.
The big unknown is whether the damage done in these cases is permanent. Nobody knows. But, I remind you, a grand total of eighteen, more or less, kids have died with Covid all the way back to March of 2020.
Now tell me exactly how many of the hundreds of those myocarditis events being reported, and that's an undercount where Covid was an overcount, are acceptable if they produce permanent damage?
If your answer is anything other than zero you're a ghoul.
If you gave these shots to kids, or advised kids to get them, well... you ought to have a problem.
A big one.
And so should Biden, Trump, all public health departments and every single corporation and social media firm that has been advocating these things for young people.