The Make-A-Wish foundation reached a new low when they chose to use terminally ill children as a weapon to force more people to get vaccinated. The covid-19 vaccine is still in the experimental stages and has not officially been cleared for everybody by the FDA. There are no laws on the books that state the American people have to get the covid-19 vaccine. The FDA has only granted emergency use authorization.
In the recently posted video Davis said, “while we won’t ask for proof of vaccination, we’ll ask for any adult participant to sign a letter of understanding that certifies that they, and any minors participating in the Wish are vaccinated and understand the risk of traveling at this time.”
Until they reach the age of 18 terminally ill children are eligible to have a wish granted by the Make-A-Wish foundation. The FDA only recently approved Pfizer and Biontech’s request to allow their covid-19 vaccine to be administered to children as young as 12-years-old on an emergency use basis. If the statement made by the Make-A-Wish foundation’s CEO is taken at face value we are to understand terminally ill children who do not meet the age requirement to be able to receive the vaccine will not have wishes that involve travel or large gatherings granted.Medical Blackmail: Make-A-Wish Will Only Grant Wishes of Fully-Vaccinated Kids. – The Simpson Post