Conroe ISD uses public resources to push China Virus vaccine on children aged 12 and older, despite abounding safety questions

Conroe ISD uses public resources to push China Virus vaccine on children aged 12 and older, despite abounding safety questions

Image: Conroe ISD flyer pushing China Virus vaccines on children 12 years and older.

The Golden Hammer Staff Reports

Conroe, June 8 – Conroe Independent School District (CISD) has utilized school resources to push students 12 years and older to receive injections of the China Virus vaccine, despite abounding safety questions regarding that drug therapy. Konner Earnest, President of Turning Point USA at The Woodlands High School, led a citizen protest against CISD’s use of public funds to push the questionably-safe vaccines this past Saturday, June 5, 2021, but school officials and three City of Shenandoah Police officers ordered the students to leave the political protest or face arrest.

CISD issued the following flyer to students and parents across the school district over the past weekend:

“Conroe ISD has partnered with Kelsey-Seybold Clinic to provide students 12 years and older to receive COVID-19 vaccines on select Saturdays in June. If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity for your child, please see the flyer linked below. NOTE: Conroe ISD follows the vaccine guidance of the Department of State Health Services. COVID-19 vaccines are optional and are not included in the immunization requirements for school aged children.”

In related news, 117 Methodist Hospital System employees were terminated yesterday for refusing to succumb to taking the China Virus vaccine. Jennifer Bridges, who is a medical and surgical intake nurse, explained “There’s not enough research yet and not enough data for the COVID vaccinations. They’re not even FDA approved yet. I work in a hospital and I’ve seen so many patients and co-workers, who have gotten very bad reactions after taking the shot.”

The Methodist nurse disclosed that “doctors at our hospitals are being told not to document adverse reactions to the COVID-19 vaccine…I’ve seen people that have severe headaches, ringing in their ears, and longlasting fatigue, even though they were perfectly healthy at the time they received the shot.” Bridges also confirmed that she has seens “severe blood clots,” “hemorrhaging,” and “miscarriages” when patients had been “perfectly healthy otherwise before they got the vaccine.” She explained that local physicians have been surprised how many blood clots have formed after the shots, particularly in babies in pregnant women. “We’ve seen many cases where people can’t feel or move their legs after getting the shot and also experience other neurological problems,” Bridges said.

One Methodist employee has died from the China Virus vaccine, Bridges told this newspaper.

In addition to the vaccine’s lack of safety, there are serious questions about its efficacy.

A total of 10,262 SARS-CoV-2 vaccine “breakthrough infections” – defined as coronavirus infections in fully vaccinated people – were reported to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) from 46 U.S. states and territories between January 1 and April 30, 2021, according to a report which the CDC released by on May 28.

About 10% (995) of the patients who became ill after vaccination before April 30 were hospitalized. The agency said it had received reports of 160 fully vaccinated patients dying from the infection.

Just days later, the CDC website reported that 3,016 patients fully vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine had developed a “breakthrough infection” and had been hospitalized or died. “Breakthrough” deaths climbed to 535 as of June 1 compared to 160 reported deaths a month earlier.

Specifically, the CDC has acknowledged in writing, “There will be a small percentage of fully vaccinated people who still get sick, are hospitalized, or die from COVID-19.”

With questions about safety and efficacy, CISD’s use of public resources to push children to receive the injections seems reckless.

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