The Covid Fight Now Turns To Boosters

On Friday, An FDA advisory panel overwhelmingly rejected the Biden administration's plan to have everyone over 16 get a Pfizer booster shot.

The panel did recommend that those who are 65 and older, and at high risk, get a booster.

"Where are the studies?" said Dr. Brian Joondeph who also writes for American Thinker, "The vaccine has only been out for what 8 months now? We don't have long term studies, and it's not keeping people from catching Covid or transmitting it."

That's what the science says, but Dr. Joondeph told KTRH he believes that soon enough, the science will say that everyone needs to start getting Covid booster shots. "It hasn't been out long enough for there to be science. The FDA is skeptical, and I think it's politics. Their hell bent on vaccinating everybody, and giving everybody boosters. Where does it end?"

Maybe that is the key point. It's not supposed to end.

The Biden administration has been criticized for calling for the boosters -before- the FDA panel made their recommendation. "If the booster is the same as the original vaccine, than what is the benefit?" said Dr. Joondeph, "We were told initially by those in charge that if you get your vaccine, and life returns to normal. Get your vaccine, and you don't have to wear a mask. Well, we're finding that's not the case."

Expect those boosters to be mandatory in the coming weeks.

Vials of booster vaccine on conveyor in pharmaceutical factory

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