Adults choosing to get the jab is one thing, but mandating children to comply with experimental mRNA vaccination is a different story, warns Oscar-winning actor Matthew McConaughey.
“Right now, I am not vaccinating mine, I’ll tell you that,” McConaughey told writer Andrew Ross Sorkin in a 40-minute long interview during The New York Times’ Deal Book summit on Tuesday. “I couldn’t mandate having to vaccinate the younger kids. I still want to find out more information.”
“I’m vaccinated. My wife’s vaccinated. I didn’t do it because someone told me I had to — [I] chose to do it,” the father of 13, 11 and 8-year-old children continued, adding that he got vaccinated because, “We have a high-risk person in our household, my mother who’s 90 and she’s immune-compromised.”
While the actor made clear that he is against forcing children to receive covid vaccines, he insisted that he wants to “trust the science” and called warnings about the vaccine’s detrimental effects “conspiracy.”
“Do I think that there’s any kind of scam or conspiracy theory? Hell no,” he said. “We all got to get off that narrative. There’s not a conspiracy theory on the vaccines.”
As the Gateway Pundit has reported, the number of vaccine-related fatalities has skyrocketed during the administering of experimental BioNtech Covid vaccinations.
According to the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, 18,409 people have died from vaccination in 2021, while just 420 people died from vaccination prior to Covid inoculation mandates in 2020. Meanwhile, the actual number of Covid vaccine complications and deaths may be much higher than is currently being reported, Dr. Mollie James, an Intensive Care Unit Doctor in New York City, warned in an interview with the Gateway Pundit in September.
Immediately after McConaughey came out against covid vaccines for children, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy made an appearance on CNN to push back against the actor’s message.
“Many kids have died. Sadly, hundreds of children. Thousands have been hospitalized, and as a dad of a child who has been hospitalized several years ago for another illness, I would never wish upon any parent they have a child that ends up in the hospital,’ Murthy said, adding, “the vaccines have shown in these trials for children 5 through 11 they are more than 90 percent effective in protecting our kids from symptomatic infection, and they are remarkably safe as well.”
Despite children accounting for less than 0.1 percent of virus deaths in the United States, more than 360,000 children under the age of 12 have received at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine as of November, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention data.
Biden calls the CDC’s authorization of the vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 “a giant step forwards to further accelerate our path out of this pandemic.”
“The bottom line is: We’ve been planning and preparing for months to vaccinate our children. Our program will be ramping up this week and more doses (will be) shipped out each day so that we have it fully up and running by next week,” the illegitimate president told reporters at the White House on Nov. 3. “We’re going to do everything we can to make these vaccines easily available and raise awareness of the importance of getting vaccinated. So, parents of children ages 5 and over: please get them vaccinated.”